Artificial intelligence’s (AI's) overall impact on how corporations evolve also means changes for how human resource departments operate. So reports Bloomberg BNA.
Baltimore’s Department of Human Resources is responsible for 12,000 non-uniformed city workers, but its antiquated IT system with decade-old software means that the department relies on pen and paper. So reports Baltimore Brew.
The IRS is warning human resource managers of an “emerging phishing scheme” where cyber thieves steal employees’ personal information by pretending to be company executives.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is fast changing how human resources plan their companies’ workforce, a recent survey finds.
While the basic functions of human resources remains largely unchanged from earlier generations, technology has led to the industry evolving. That's according to Southern New Hampshire University.
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