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While we’re still recovering from the Super Bowl fever, we thought it would be a good idea to focus on productivity this week. We have some great content on workforce scheduling, workforce strategy, artificial intelligence, and more.

Let’s look at our top articles this week:

Workforce Scheduling Tools You Need to Win in the Gig Economy

While originally popularized by the likes of Uber and Lyft, the concept of ‘Gigs’ is now mainstream. In fact, Deloitte in its 2018 Human Capital Trends report advises organizations to prepare for changing workforce arrangements. In this article, we list four workforce scheduling tools to help you win in the gig economy.

Transformative Workforce Management: What to Expect in 2019

Digital transformation can be a great enabler for organizations looking to scale and improve productivity. Workforce management presents a significant opportunity for organizations to reap the benefits of digital transformation. Scott organ, VP of Workforce Management at Infor, outlines the four pillars of a transformative workforce strategy.

How Digital Learning Benefits your Organization

The global digital learning market is slated to grow to $19 billion by 2022. This isn’t very surprising considering the clear advantages of digital learning over traditional classroom courses. Stephanie Rowe from Knowledge Train explains key benefits of digital learning for fast-growing organizations.

HR Technologies I am Excited About in 2019

Small businesses can scale when the founder is able to rise above the fray and start working on the business instead of in the business. David Bloom, GM at Sterling Talent Solutions shares key technologies HR leaders must look out for in 2019 to build a successful business.

The Beginner’s Guide to AI in HR

At a time when most HR tech solutions claim to have one form of AI or other, it becomes really confusing to choose the right solution for your business. In this brand-new column, we outline the basic concepts of AI in Hr to help you understand specific use-cases and business applications of these emerging technologies.

Big acquisitions, ethical AI councils, and new feature offerings. Here are the biggest news pieces that broke this week:

Ultimate Software Acquired by Equity Firm for $11 Billion  

In one of the biggest HR tech acquisitions, Ultimate Software went private for $11 billion, acquired by an investor group led by Hellman & Friedman. Under the terms of the agreement, all Ultimate stockholders of record will receive $331.50 in cash for each share of Ultimate’s common stock held upon the closing of the transaction.

HireVue Establishes Expert Advisory Board to Guide Ethical AI Development

HireVue became the first HR technology company to help guide ethical AI development and to advise on issues of diversity and inclusion, algorithmic bias and data security and privacy. The HireVue Expert Advisory Board includes experts like Dr. Suresh Venkatasubramanian from University of Utah, Sheryl Falk of Winston & Strawn, Dr. Michael Campion from Purdue University, and Ben Taylor from Ziff.ai.

EverythingBenefits Adds New Consolidated Billing and Payments Solution to its Benefits Offering

The new features are designed to give employers the ability to generate, manage, and process consolidated carrier invoices. The solution provides a seamless user experience to the self-insured, cutting back on admin hours by automatically generating and processing carrier invoices across configurable lineup of plans, locations, and business units.



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