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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from HR Tech Outlook
May 09, 2019

HR Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Prescriptive Analytics is the advanced form of analytics which uses big data, mathematical sciences, business rules, and machine learning to make predictions and then suggests decisions to generate better solutions.
To meet the evolving needs and the changing expectations of the customers the retailing industry has been continually adopting new tech-driven methods maintain its quality standards and profit ratios.
Cyber attacks have been a dreadful phenomenon across the world for the past few years causing financial and reputational damage for the organization across manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, telecommunication.
Featured Vendors
Provides customized solutions in the areas of employer branding, search engine optimization, digital/social media strategies, recruitment marketing, website design, and strategic planning.
Developer of talent acquisition technology and virtual interviewing solution for the customer contact market.
Provides recruitment assistance to companies in search of technical operatives through the use of a program that uses sophisticated AI, and natural language processing.
CHRO Viewpoint
JoAnne Kruse, Chief Human Resources Officer, American Express Global Business Travel
Incorporating mobile capabilities into HR practices will be a key in retaining employees and staying on the cutting-edge.
Liane George, VP Human Resources & CHRO, United Launch Alliance (ULA)
Transformation–perhaps a simple word but one that can cause uncertainty with your workforce if not handled properly.
CXO Insights
By Humair Ghauri, Chief Product Officer, CareerBuilder
While the goal of HR software is to make recruiters’ jobs easier, the added stress of having to learn a whole new solution can have employees already trying to juggle workloads running for the hills.
By Dean Carter, Head of Shared Services (HR, Finance, Legal), Patagonia
Suggests millennial candidates open and read only about 20 percent of the emails recruiters send, while texting platforms report response rates of 60 to 70 percent.