Mobile HR software
- May 15, 2018
ADP introduced the new Wisely Pay card system aimed at the contingent, young workforce and workers who may be unbanked, but need functions such as digital mobile wallet.
- February 21, 2018
The HR recruiting tools market shows no shortage of investor interest. In two months, three platforms have launched. Rising tech wages point to increasing competition for talent.
- January 15, 2018
The pace of HR's mobile app implementation is very slow. Upgrading HR's tech is not the biggest priority in the business. An alternative may be a recruiting site with ATS features.
- November 13, 2017
Workforce management leader Kronos intended to reshape itself in a turbulent HR tech world, say executives behind the vendor's new mobile-first SaaS system, Workforce Dimensions.
- February 07, 2017
Skillsoft is releasing micro-videos and a new learning system, while TalentQuest is providing a new platform with virtual reality and interactive educational games.
- October 31, 2016
SAP continuous performance management, Halogen mobile feedback and ADP benchmarking were among new products featured at the 2016 HR Technology Conference & Exposition in Chicago.
- December 30, 2014
Chipotle implemented Jibe for job applicants after seeing an increasing number of candidates who expect to file with phones or tablets.
- December 09, 2014
Mobile access to Workday financials and human capital management allows city employees to remain accountable on the road.
- November 12, 2014
Hewlett-Packard, MGM Resorts and VMware among high-profile users assessing enterprise cloud software on a Workday Rising panel.
- October 11, 2013
Reinvention of learning management systems also bringing social UIs and mobility, said Bersin by Deloitte analysts.
- October 09, 2012
During the "master panel" with Naomi Bloom at the HR Technology Conference, panelists discussed how social and mobile affect HR.
- March 21, 2012
Experts from OpenText and Concur weigh in on the increased interest in mobile expense management.
- October 04, 2011
SAP is moving in the right direction with its new mobile human resources apps, but it needs to do more to win customers, according to one consultant.