3Ssixty Insights Co-Founder Brent Skinner’s Research Preview launching our exploration into future-of-work changes on the horizon for the kind of human capital management handled by the likes of Neeyamo, Globalization Partners, Papaya Global, Immedis, CloudPay, and others. One of our 2022 HCM themes looks at payroll, HCM, and complexity vis-à-vis professional employer organizations, human resource outsourcers, employers of record and how they help organizations manage remote, global, or otherwise complex workforces.
This Analyst Insight by 3Ssixty Insights delves into the artificial intelligence-powered Talent Experience Management (TXM) platform by Phenom. AI technology can greatly streamline, accelerate and personalize efforts in high-volume hiring and talent acquisition. Many of the new rules for recruiting are very much at play even in high-volume hiring for transactional-skills jobs. Critically, any strategy must respect the job candidate’s experience. Hiring organizations must recognize that job seekers can and will quickly abandon a clunky experience. AI can reduce unnecessary friction in hiring processes.
In this Anatomy of a Decision by 3Sixty Insights, HR Director Cindy LeFebre-Westendorf delves into how a high-touch approach to service, as well as the quality of the software itself, convinced her to become a repeat client of AssetHR and use isolved People Cloud again. Starting with payroll, the deployment at Minnesotan nonprofit Family Service Rochester will eventually encompass a broad cross-section of HCM.
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In late Q1 of this year, when HireVue issued the #HRtechnology industry’s first-ever #AI Explainability Statement, it got Dr. Tom Tonkin, an entrepreneur-in-residence at 3Sixty Insights, thinking about the bedeviling challenges before us all in managing the development of artificial intelligence—not just in assuaging business users’ concerns, but also in making sure AI develops in a way that benefits us all and marginalizes none of us. “Addressing #AI in a technical realm is just a small part (an insignificant part, in my opinion) of the new world we are entering,” he says in this blog post, which explores the implications of AI’s development for the neurodiverse, and more.
The development of responsible AI is essential as the technology fuels self-evolving ontologies that unearth relationships at the intersection of an organization’s existing and future roles, its people, and their hard, soft and transferable skills. Ethical AI will help leaders act equitably as they plan more efficient, more targeted external and internal hiring (with implications, as well, for learning and performance management). On this episode of the #HRTechChat video podcast, employment litigation attorney Robert T. Szyba, partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, and Isabelle Bichler, co-founder and chief operating officer at retrain.ai, join 3Sixty Insights Co-Founder Brent Skinner to explore the emerging regulatory framework affecting AI for the workforce.
Take the guesswork out of the recertification process for maintaining your SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential. When you see the SHRM Recertification Provider seal, you know these programs have been preapproved for professional development credits. Here are the latest companies to be approved as SHRM Recertification Providers. Congratulations!