Tools & Apps Articles
The latest tools and apps for employee communication, video messaging, employee engagement, recruiting, onboarding, retention, and more.
The HR Daily Advisor recently sat down with Erick Mott, Head of Communications of Reflektive at #Shrm2018 in Chicago. We discussed the future of the performance review in light of new research done at the behest of Reflektive.
The huge advantage of traditional in-office work is that employees are engaged. How do you promote shared interest and motivation when people are thousands of miles away from each other? There are five actionable tips on how to increase employee engagement that you can adopt starting today.
In this free downloadable guide, you’ll learn practical and affordable ways to use artificial intelligence to deliver messages and more to boost your own productivity and efficiency.
Mediacorp today (23 May) launched Young Creators Project, a talent development initiative to nurture and grow Singapore’s creative talent pool.
Whether you are examining your sales pipeline, the success of a marketing campaign, or employee retention, data and analytics are essential for business decision-making. Despite this, many companies still overlook people analytics when it comes to solving complex business problems.
Screening candidates via text messaging expedites the hiring process and enables recruiters to align their outreach with the communication preferences of today’s on-the-go workforce.
For the average person, data without a narrative is like a trip into the wilderness without a compass: overwhelming and disorienting. But when the facts are tied together by a good story, an otherwise intimidating journey turns into an enriching experience.
Every state in the Union now has some type of law in place requiring companies to notify affected individuals of a data breach involving their information. South Dakota and Alabama, the final holdouts, enacted such measures in March.
As more and more young people join the workforce, companies must be prepared to adapt to the changing times. A new study has revealed that companies who are more technologically inclined have a better chance at retaining and attracting younger workers.
Organizations are investing in talent development now more than ever. According to LinkedIn's 2017 Workplace Learning Report, talent is the top priority for 69 percent of learning and development (L&D) professionals. And despite the rise of new learning technologies, a majority of L&D professionals—78 percent—say in-house, instructor-led classes are still the primary way they teach employees.
As an HR professional, your day is filled with a variety of tasks. While some can be completed on your own, many require communication with others. For many years, HR professionals have relied heavily on email, phone calls, and face to face communication. While these methods remain popular in today’s day and age, advanced.
Organizational leaders and human resources executives have faith that merging artificial intelligence (AI) into HR functions like onboarding and administration of benefits can and will improve the overall employee experience.
Facebook has added video chat functionality to Messenger Lite, making it the perfect alternative to the regular version of Messenger.
As a business owner, it’s easy to understand the benefits of high employee retention. Actually understanding how you can do it on a day-to-day basis is another thing.
The Nielsen Norman Group announced its top intranets of 2018 at the end of January, the 18th time these awards have been presented. As an insight into what is happening in the intranet space, the research also denfines many trends that enterprises with the most effective intranets are incorporating into their design
Google has globally launched Hangouts Chat, a workplace communication tool, as a core part of its G Suite offerings.
While apps like Slack allow quick exchange of ideas, the messages shared must be held to the same standards as any business communication, experts say.
In today’s working environment, agencies depend on unified communications to keep employees connected wherever their work takes them. Whether located at a remote client site in Nebraska or a Starbucks down the street, government employees almost never work at a single location, or on a single device.
One might think that laying out a company directive in black and white would be the clearest and most straightforward means of communicating. Yet video has taken off as a means of communication for the very reason that it conveys the subtleties of messaging so well.