6 Future of Work Trends Reshaping the Employee Experience | Gartner HR Leaders Monthly – May

HR Technology Workforce Planning

This 36-page May 2022 edition of Gartner’s HR Leaders Monthly Magazine includes six articles on how technological change and the evolution of the work will impact the employee experience (EX) in the months and years ahead. The first article (starts on p.4) outlines six future of work trends reshaping the EX. They include: 1) Well-Being Is the New …

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How Accenture Uses Virtual Reality to Onboard Employees and More | i4cp Productivity Blog

HR Technology

I recently shared a post about a Harvard Business Review article, How the Metaverse Could Change Work, that described how the metaverse will reshape the world of work in at least four significant ways. The metaverse is generally regarded as a network of 3-D virtual worlds where people can interact, do business, and forge social connections through their virtual avatars, …

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How the Metaverse Could Change Work | Harvard Business Review

HR Technology

The term metaverse has continued to gain increased attention over the past year. While there are various interpretations of the word, the metaverse is generally regarded as a network of 3-D virtual worlds where people can interact, do business, and forge social connections through their virtual “avatars. Think about it as a virtual reality version of today’s …

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How AI-Driven Nudges Can Transform an Operation’s Performance | McKinsey

HR Technology Talent Development

Organizations use various forms of “coaching” to develop their workers. Despite their effectiveness, many coaching tactics limit how many workers an organization can impact simultaneously, usually due to resource and time constraints and broad manager spans of control, to name a few.  But as pointed out in this article, a segment of firms is combining …

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What Humans Lose When We Let AI Decide | MIT Sloan Management Review

HR Technology

I’ve made several posts espousing the responsible use of AI in human resources and talent management. And while I am a proponent of these platforms’, I have shared many posts that bring awareness to the risks. A few of the resources include 1) How to Address Racial Biases and Algorithmic Discrimination in HR? 2) Ethical AI: A New Strategic …

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Report: Artificial Intelligence in HR: How to Address Racial Biases and Algorithmic Discrimination in HR? | ENAR

HR Technology

Artificial intelligence and analytics continue to permeate most areas of HR, ranging from recruiting to compensation. In fact, a few reports suggest that over 250 different commercial AI-based HR tools exist today. And while these tools are incredibly powerful and produce many benefits (e.g., reduce time in screening many applicants during the selection process), they …

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The New Frontier, Artificial Intelligence at Work | All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Future of Work

HR Technology

I recently shared a 59-page toolkit developed by World Economic Forum and that provides ideas to promote the responsible use of HR-based artificial intelligence (AI) tools. And as interest in the use of AI to manage talent more effectively, fairly, and efficiently increases, HR leaders and their teams must be prepared to answer various questions about …

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Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence for Human Resources: A Toolkit for HR Professionals | World Economic Forum

HR Technology

Organizations are increasingly exploring opportunities to use artificial intelligence (AI) to manage talent more effectively, fairly, and efficiently. However, the use of AI in Human Resources (HR) has come under scrutiny because of multiple concerns, such as data privacy and bias. Further, since over 250 different commercial AI-based HR tools exist, this landscape can be challenging to …

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How to Tap the Talent Automated HR Platforms Miss | HBS Working Knowledge

HR Technology Talent Acquisition

In early September 2021, I shared a 74-page report by Harvard Business School and Accenture that outlines barriers that keep companies from considering hidden workers as candidates to meet their talent needs. The report defines hidden workers as those that “have a desire to work and are actively seeking work, but their regular efforts to seek employment consistently fail because of …

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Report: Coaching Tech: The Humans and the Robots | RedThreadResearch

HR Technology

The profound shifts in work and the workplace have emphasized the vital role that “coaching” can play in helping workers navigate these changes. Simultaneously, HR tech continues to evolve. As these two forces converge, firms have an opportunity to augment their human-based coaching with coaching enabled through technology. Based on survey responses from 45 coaching tech …

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