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September 20, 2018

HR Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
HR Technology Advisors (HRT) has taken initiative in enabling benefits brokers to efficiently deliver a “consumer centric” model where service is provided directly to employees reducing an employer’s cost.
Some of the popular ideas are flexible and remote working options. Optional incentives, internal policies and proper attitude at the workplace can also promote health and wellbeing.
Industry estimates indicate that 80 percent of the talent assessments are usually done at the recruitment stage, which implies that companies irrespective of their industry.
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CHRO Viewpoint
Tran Taylor, EVP and CHRO, Nationstar Mortgage
Human Resource and Executive leadership teams are continually challenged to improve the Customer Experience, which starts with the Employee Experience and ultimately by the Candidate Experience.
Matthew D Owenby, Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Aflac Inc.
Whether its candidate screening, or ChatBot onboarding, these new AI tools are extremely promising and have the highest probability of impacting the productivity of staffing teams.
CXO Insights
By Christopher Zegers, CIO, Lowenstein Sandler LLP.
The principles of knowledge management become more intrinsically entwined with how attorneys work.
By Michael Alcock, Director-CIO Executive Programs & Content, Microsoft [NASDAQ: MSFT]
In this new digital world, it seems that connection to customer is a critical differentiator for everyone.