In this week's HR news round-up, federal staff are given 30 days to delete TikTok from their work devices, while new data supports the value of paid sick leave. Read more
Engaging our ‘forgotten’ deskless workers
The term, “quiet quitting” has spread like wildfire across TikTok, HR departments and media headlines. While the concept isn’t entirely novel – … Read more
High expectations? Aim low. Low-code, that is.
Amid record-breaking resignation numbers and an ongoing battle for talent, it really is no surprise that HR teams are feeling under pressure as they work … Read more
What is employee experience technology?
Many HR professionals have rightly become interested in the idea of enhancing the employee experience. And why not? Data shows those who perceive their … Read more
Should HR Be on TikTok?
You’re not human if you haven’t noticed the dominant rise of the video-sharing app TikTok. It’s so popular that The Wall Street Journal reported on TikTok … Read more
Your Interns, Your New Hires and Even Your TA Teams Are Putting Your Company at Risk
As human resources teams onboard their summer interns, they’ll notice that many are eager to celebrate their first day by sharing photos online. It may … Read more
Every Cellphone Is a Security Risk, So What’s Your BYOD Policy?
In the space of just a few years, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has transformed from an irregular practice to an integral part of the modern workplace. By … Read more
The Looming Showdown: Privacy, Wellness and Productivity
Shortly after purchasing my first Fitbit, I noticed a change in my airport travel routine. Instead of looking for moving sidewalks or a comfy seat, I … Read more
Best of TLNT 2017: Is There Still a Need for HR?
Editor’s Note: It’s an annual tradition for TLNT to count down the most popular posts of the previous 12 months. We’re reposting each of the top 30 … Read more
We’re Spending More Time Online, But Doing What?
As I’ve written in the past, Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends report is a treasure trove of data that most HR professionals miss. That’s because the … Read more
Mobile Learning: Not Just E-learning on the Phone
Mobile learning (or m-learning) is much more than enabling users of your LMS to access existing course materials via smartphones and tablets. It is a … Read more
Smart or Dumb? How Your Office is Wired Makes a Difference
How do you picture the workplace 20 years from now? Do offices still exist, or have we completely traded in headquarters for personal quarters? Is the … Read more
HR and the Desk-less Revolution
Today’s top talent doesn’t place much value on the traditional workplace status symbols, like a corner office. Instead, skilled members of the modern … Read more
What Happens When Employees Work Out of Their Car?
It was bound to happen. After years of introducing technologies designed to make your car feel more like a home, some automakers are ready to start … Read more
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Workplace Benefits
There is a fine line to walk while balancing a company’s bottom line and attracting great talent. Because the employees who work for you are the most … Read more
HR Roundtable: How Technology Is Affecting Corporate Communication
With the on-going push and use of technology in our daily lives, communication has changed. It hasn’t really improved, but it has changed. The October HR … Read more
Your Mobile Workers Are Putting Your Company At Risk
The corporate breaches that make the biggest headlines are targeted attacks carried out by skilled hackers. But while external cyberattacks pose a big risk … Read more
The Right Way to Use Tech in Your Wellness Program
Editor’s note: Collecting and analyzing health data can help you make better decisions when it comes to selecting benefits plans and programs, … Read more
The 3 Biggest Compliance Worries You Should Be Worrying About
I came across Littler Mendelson’s Executive Employer Survey Report, which “examines the legal, economic and social issues having the greatest impact on the … Read more
Make Cybersecurity Part of Your Onboarding
In the coming weeks, tens of thousands of new college graduates will join the ranks of companies in North America and across the globe. While an important … Read more