Via LIVE HR BLOG http://livehrblog.com/2014/10/09/thoughts-from-hrtech14-dont-ask-me-about-2015-just-yet/

So, I had to respond yesterday to a request from a major entity (fine, it was SHRM) to answer some questions of my choice, some of which focused on predictions for 2015. Typical, right? But this year, for some reason, it kind

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Companies shell out big bucks to carve out some space in the HR Technology Conference Expo Hall, which takes place next week in Las Vegas. Sizes of booths range from 10×10 to 50×50, which translates to almost a $120K difference in what some vendors spend versus others.

We know why a company would

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10 Tips for Tackling the 2014 HR Tech Expo Hall

Many years ago when I attended my first HR Tech Conference, I remember being awestruck at the sheer size of the expo hall. At the time, I was looking for the latest and greatest vendors on behalf of a client.

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We’re in the midst of dramatic changes in the Human Resources (HR) landscape, and the technology is doing its best to keep pace. The expectations of employees for internal systems to have the same ease of use and robust functionality that they experience in their consumer worlds is adding fuel to the fire.

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with Special Guest Ultimate Software

Tuesday August 26, 2014

12 PM EDT / 9 AM  PDT

Building A Bulletproof Business Case For Your New HR System

Q1) What are some of the reasons companies are considering new HR

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Fact: people tend to water themselves down on social media. Unless you’ve done a really good job at saying no to random friend requests and creating different groups of friends for content distribution, you’re best friend is lumped in with a former colleague that you no longer see. The net effect, in my

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 #HRISchat – Proving the Value of HR Technology

with Special Guest Lexy Martin

Tuesday August 12, 2014

12 PM EDT / 9 AM  PDT

HR technology implementation is all about value creation for the overall

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by Jeremy Ames

I just finished a day-and-a-half at the 5th International E-HRM (Electronic HR Management) Conference at the SUNY Global Center in New York City.  While I’d like to capture all my thoughts on this collection of 7 paper presentations, 13 round table discussions and 2 panel symposiums, in one tidy recap,

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#HRISchat – Wanted: Amazon.com-like Experience with HR Tech Tuesday July 29, 2014 12 PM EDT / 9 AM  PDT

This edition of #HRISchat will be based on the article Wanted: Amazon-like experience with HR Tech by our specialMa guest moderator, Aliah D. Wright. Aliah is an online editor/manager for SHRM and author of A

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The Shrinking Planet and the Workplace.

With Special Guest Sybll Romley

This week on #HRISChat we’re talking about the shrinking planet, and the impact of that phenomenon on the workplace. No, the earth isn’t physically shrinking, that we’re aware, but it continues to get smaller in virtual

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I’m not sure how I thought I could pull that off; that is, comparing the attitude one could have had at the SHRM14 Annual Conference to the song title of the final song of

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by Jeremy Ames

Call me Secret Agent Man. Though, clearly I’m not well-versed at the role, because here I am exposing my secret agenda! Granted, I care about Human Resources, but I’ll be up-front in saying that I’m heading to the Annual SHRM Conference in Orlando, which starts Sunday, wearing my HR Technology sunglasses. I

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Tuesday June 17, 2014

12 PM EDT/ 9AM PDT

 

According to a recent article published by SHRM, “Research shows that implementing HRIS can enhance a company’s long-term productivity and profitability.” Successful HR tech management can also help companies gain a competitive advantage within their

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The Power of Influence in HR Tech LIVE from IHRIM 2014

Tuesday June 3, 2014 at 12PM EST/9AM PST.

Influence is defined as the capacity or power of persons or things to be a compelling force

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The Preakness, Horse Racing and Work Ethics

by Jeremy Ames

Yesterday, as California Chrome was finishing off the 2nd leg of the Triple Crown in the Preakness, I couldn’t help but notice the jockey willing Chrome to victory. How, might you ask, was he “willing” the odds-on favorite to victory?  Why,

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