Interview with William Tincup, RecruitingDaily

WorkingTech recently had the opportunity to sit down and speak with William Tincup, President of Recruiting Daily, a leader in recruiting, human resources, and talent acquisition news and insights from industry experts. In this interview, William explains how recruiting can act as the center of HR and help build the foundation for a successful company. At the intersection of HR and technology, William is a writer, speaker, advisor, consultant, investor,

How Technology Affects Human Resources

There is no doubt that technology is shaping and improving our work lives. Analytics, artificial intelligence, the rise of online learning platforms and the emergence of chatbots are just some of the many ways in which technology has made its presence known within the HR profession. As technology continues to effect change within the HR profession, staying informed is as important as ever, and the following trends serve as just

Interview with Nora Burns, HR Undercover

Nora A Burns recently joined the WorkingTech team for an interview regarding the candidate and employee experiences. Having stepped directly into the shoes of a candidate looking for a new job, Nora shares her experiences of being interviewed with us and highlights some of the challenges candidates face, as well as some of the concerns she has about organizations’ hiring processes. Nora also provides first-hand insights and revelations about the

Leapgen HR Tech

It’s become clear that Human Resource Management isn’t what it was 20 years ago. One primary factor is because of technology. With social media growing, artificial intelligence potentially taking over jobs, and the abandonment of performance reviews, we can see how much technology has changed the HR industry. Listed below are some examples of trends that are driving a dramatic shift in HR as we know it: Artificial Intelligence – The

The Challenges with HR Tech

Technology is now an extremely influential factor that aids organizations in attracting talent, engaging employees in the HR workforce and improving business outcomes. As technology continues to evolve and change the HR environment, it will become critical to an organization’s success. Although technology opens up many doors, many organizations will face challenges that may hinder their success. Convincing senior management to make the investment and getting support from the tech

Interview with Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference

WorkingTech was joined by Steve Boese, Chair of the HR Technology Conference, for a discussion on how technology is shifting the HR landscape, and in particular, the challenges, barriers, and opportunities organizations are presented with when attempting to gain the most value out of new technology. Steve brings more than twenty years of experience in the design and implementation of complex human resources technology solutions for global enterprises. Currently, Steve

WorkingTech Interview: Zoom.ai

The third innovateworkTO is happening this Thursday, August 17. Here’s the second of a two-part interview with innovateworkTO sponsor Roy Pereira, CEO at Zoom.ai. To read the first part of the interview, visit our partner title, hrgazette.com. Roy Pereira began his first startup after attending Carleton University’s computer science program. Since then he’s created several startups and worked with numerous tech companies based in Ottawa, Silicon Valley, and Toronto. While at Cisco

future of work

There’s no doubt that technology is affecting the future of work. The growth of technology within the last decade is indescribable. The innovation of technology created jobs that we never expected such as product management and search engine marketing. Jobs such as data scientists, data change agents, and data architects will be in demand more than ever. However, what are the consequences of the technological revolution? Will technology wipe out

dialogue benefits software

In this episode of the WorkingTech show, Bill Banham talks with Zack Brown, new VP Sales & Marketing at Dialogue. With Dialogue, Zack and the team are striving to make healthcare more accessible to workers, while also providing employers with a compelling corporate benefit to support the health and wellness of their employees and their families. Listen to This WorkingTech Episode to Discover: Why Dialogue? Why was it founded and

Why you Should be Excited for the Future World of Work

There are tons of reasons why we should be excited for the future world of work. Throughout the last decade, we’ve seen some incredible changes in the workforce, and that’s not the end of it. Research shows that by 2030, millennials will make up more than 75% of management. Since this generation works differently, they will change the status quo of work. Millennials will work through more innovation and change than