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2014 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch

The results of the 2014 #hrwins program are in.   The next installment of the first ever complete look at truly innovative HR Technology products across all categories. The 2014 program spanned more than 12 months, and consisted of comprehensive HR Technology research and briefings where more than 150 vendors were evaluated on their solution’s […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: Redefining Engagement, Starting With Business Outcomes and HR Analytics That Really Matter

Employee Engagement is a lightning rod for debate in HR and HR Technology circles.  It’s no wonder.  For decades firms have been measuring workforce engagement.  They’ve spent billions of dollars on myriad of products, consulting services and technologies that span the range of career path-ing, incentives, wellness, performance, learning, training, HR/People Practices, surveys and assessments, […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: HR Technology, It’s Not Just for HR Any More

A few of the trends we recently looked at in the #hrwins should start you wondering who the buyer of HR Technology will be in the not-too-distant future. HR Tech’s continued growth in the SMB.   Until recently, other than payroll, we just haven’t seen the traction in the heart of SMB segment that we’ve seen […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: Employee Engagement is Ripe for Innovation and New HR Tech Vendors Answer The Call

Employee Engagement is a lightning rod for debate in HR and HR Technology circles.  Engagement in the workplace has been studied for decades.   You’ve probably seen the most commonly quoted statistics: 70% of the US workforce doesn’t like their job 40% of the global workforce is disengaged Groups with high levels of engagement are reported […]

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2012 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch Vendor Report: Ceridian Dayforce

When I started #hrwins I hoped to find someone impacting core HR processes for the Mid-Market.  That’s where most of the employment is in the US.  HR Technology helping with true day-to-day challenges is innovation that really matters.  We like to get all excited about the shiny new trends – Social, Mobile, Big Data, etc., […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: HR Tech Innovators Target Middle Sized Businesses

One of the most interesting trends to unveil itself through this year’s #hrwins process has been the number of HR Technology companies that are now getting real traction for their solutions at companies with under 5,000 employees – or what is traditionally called the Small and Medium Business segment (SMB).  For the sake of this […]

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2012 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch Vendor Report: Modern Survey

There has always been a lot of talk about merging the performance data and predictive indicators captured in HR with the historical, current, and predictive core business data and metrics captured outside of HR.  The result being the promise of a management tool that doesn’t just show you historical performance, but helps you get ahead […]

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2012 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch Vendor Report: SmashFly

Recruitment is Branding. Recruitment is Marketing. Recruitment is Sales…. and so it goes. This is a conversation that has been evolving for over 20 years. Of course there are nuances to Recruitment that differentiate it from corporate branding, marketing, or sales, but at its core the analogy has stood up to the test of time. […]

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#hrwins 2012 HR Companies To Watch!

The results of the 2012 #hrwins program are in.   The first ever complete look at truly innovative HR Technology products across all categories. The program spanned 9 months, and consisted of comprehensive HR Technology briefings, where more than 120 vendors were evaluated on their solution’s innovation, the value their technology delivers to the Human […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: Analytics That Go Beyond Dashboards

  Before the #hrwins briefing process, the most exciting thing I had seen in the world of HR Analytics were tools that created pretty looking dashboards out of data integrated from disparate systems.  Useful, yes.  But, for the most part these systems still  require a Business Analyst in HR, or dedicated on rent from IT, […]

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