WorkingTech Team

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

Gamification

Gaming isn’t always viewed as a beneficial activity. Many people view playing video games as a source of leisure and entertainment. However, gaming has a lot more to offer and impacts the way we work. Video games aren’t just for fun; they demonstrate innovation, virtual reality, and a collaboration of technologies today – an important concept of how we work, especially with our colleagues. Every game that is introduced to

Future of HR: Technology Trends

Day by day, technology including the types of tech HR managers use, the experiences that are delivered through the systems, as well as the changes of software designs. That being said, HR is being reshaped rapidly through one the of most disruptive periods in years as many recruiters, and HR managers are more open to adopting new technology solutions and practices to be more efficient. Thanks to recruitment software and

Disruptive of Tech in the World of Work

Technology has been changing the nature of work for years and has disrupted many industries and created new ones. Computing and widespread connectivity are prime examples of decentralizing in the workforce. So now you may ask, is the digital disruption a good thing or a bad thing?    A report by Ardent Partners showed that 30% of organization workforces are non-full-time employees, and this is expected to grow to 50%

candidate experience

As a recruiter, it’s important to show appreciation to the applicants who have an interest in working for the company. Providing them with an exceptional candidate experience can change everything. However, many recruiters lack the skills in creating a positive candidate experience. Many of them do not own up to their mistakes and instead, they blame it on external factors such as the technology they use (or don’t use) is

Finally, Tech that Obeys the Rules

HR managers typically face a dilemma where they like to spend more time improving the overall work experience for their employees. They want to help company management and find ways to be cost efficient, search for and hire better talent, and improve existing talent through new training and development. However, the majority of HR managers spend their day focusing on paperwork, differentiating between part-time and full-time employees, and who are

WorkingTech YouTern Interview

In this episode of the WorkingTech show, Kevin W. Grossman talks with YouTern’s CEO and founder Mark Babbit. Mark is also a co-author of the bestseller, “A World Gone Social: How Companies must Adapt to Survive”. Here’s the thing. Networking with peers and mentors is more critical than ever for young and old alike. And especially for those either just entering the workplace or in transition. Talent today becomes highly