Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace – Sentiments on Opportunities and Threats

The Workforce Institute had recently taken a closer look at how employees worldwide perceive Artificial Intelligence in the workplace. Overall, we have seen cautious optimism and some interesting differences regionally about how willingly employees would accept that new technology in their daily work. Artificial Intelligence in the workplace for more productivity and fairness The biggest … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace – Sentiments on Opportunities and Threats

The Difference Between A Conversation Starter and a Hiring Strategy

Today's post comes to us from board member David Creelman. Dr. Rob Briner recently kicked off a conversation on LinkedIn about personality tools such as this one used by the National Health Service in the UK:   If you’ve been around HR for any length of time you’ll have seen dozens of similar models. If … Continue reading The Difference Between A Conversation Starter and a Hiring Strategy

The Secret to Easy Workforce Management Implementations

Today’s post is courtesy of our board member Bob Clements.  Bob is President at Axsium Group,  a leading workforce management consulting firm. Workforce Management (WFM) implementations are hard. If fact, WFM is harder than almost any other system to successfully implement for two primary reasons. First, rules that govern WFM are surprisingly soft. What makes a … Continue reading The Secret to Easy Workforce Management Implementations

Capitalizing on the Gift of More Time

Today's post comes to us from board member Chris Mullen. Chris is the Director of Human Resources for Housing & Dining Services at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is also a speaker, trainer, executive coach, consultant and blogger at chrismullen.org. Many companies are innovating and advancing their processes through technology. Mobile optimization, artificial intelligence … Continue reading Capitalizing on the Gift of More Time