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  STOP TALKING ABOUT WORK/LIFE BALANCE! TEQ AND THE MILLENNIAL GENERATION  
  By Meagan Johnson  
 

The good news for HR is that the millenials recognize that the greatest impact they can have on the world is through their employer. When we are willing to work differently with each other, only then will we take multiple generations and truly work successfully as one.

 
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  UNDERSTANDING THE GLOBAL INDIVIDUAL IN OUR CHANGING WORKFORCE  
  By Erin Spencer and Stacey Harris, Sierra-Cedar  
 

Our changing workforce isn't a cause for alarm, unless you're an organization that is fixed on the notion that every employee should be treated the same; rather, every employee and candidate should be treated with respect with their individuality celebrated and acknowledged.

 
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  A FUTURE MORE POWERFUL THAN HIERARCHY  
  By Frederic Laloux  
 

Every now and again, humanity makes a leap in its thinking. For thousands of years, all agrarian societies operated within caste systems - the nobles ruled over the peasantry and Brahmins ruled over the untouchables. Had you suggested then that all men (let alone all women) could have equal rights, and that society could be ruled by democracy, people would have called you a fool, at best. These ideas were quite literally unthinkable. It appears that we might be about to make a similar leap again.

 
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  DELIVERING TOOLS FOR WORKFORCE CHANGE  
  By Paul Meyer, Ascentis  
 

Considering the amount of change that is happening within our organizations, often supported by shrinking resources, organizations must continually look for ways to leverage technology to facilitate that change. And in a workforce culture that is more receptive to change than ever, you must reconsider all aspects of evaluation and development, and be willing to allow the tools to address needs on-demand.

 
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  WILL YOU ATTRACT THE LEADERS OF THE FUTURE WITH MOTH-EATEN PRACTICES? THAT'S RISKY BUSINESS!  
  By Marylene Delbourg-Delphis, TalentCircles  
  How much do you really know about the consumer habits and expectations of the digital natives' generation? Attracting these leaders of the future requires, at minimum, that you speak the language of the people you want to reach and that you take a hard look at your talent acquisition process.  
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  THE WAR FOR TOP TALENT  
  By David Verhaag, HireVue  
  The war for talent is back on and this time it's personal. Although there have been incredible advances in recruitment technology, they have often created barriers for non-traditional talent, a largely untapped resource in today's labor market.

 
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  HIGH-TOUCH SOLUTIONS FOR HIRING VETS  
  By Carl Kutsmode, talentRISE  
  What works for recruiting a civilian workforce definitely does not work for hiring (and then retaining) the roughly 2.8 million men and women who have transitioned from military to civilian life in the last dozen years.
 
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  WILL GEN Z EVEN CARE ABOUT HR TECHNOLOGY?  
  By Diane Gayeski, Ph.D., Ithaca College  
  In the near future, HR will need to behave more like a Digital Marketing department in terms of analyzing data and creating customized talent offerings, jobs, and ways of recruiting and incentivizing.
 
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  SLOGGING TOWARD THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
 
  By John Gerstner, Communitellegence  
  Too much hype, lack of convincing ROI metrics, weak buy-in from senior executives, fear of data insecurity and lack of integration with other enterprise tools are all reasons why deploying social media inside organizations is more like a slog than a sprint.
 
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  HR TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE MULTI-GENERATIONAL WORKFORCE
 
  By Christine König, Ingentis  
  Tech-savvy HR employees, like Gen Y and Z, prefer flexible and responsive HR solutions - solutions that provide "information everywhere, at any time and at any digital touch point," making HR information available to them on-demand.
 
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  CREATING A CONSUMER-ORIENTED HR PLATFORM FOR GLOBAL COMMUNICATION  
  By Chris Keys, Towers Watson  
  By selecting a portal technology that delivers a superior consumer experience and equipping support personnel with the right tools, HR can create a sustainable communication platform that presents an integrated and personalized view of "all things HR."
 
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WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY
Hey Boss, What’s that Glow on Your Wrist?

 
  By Michael Rudnick, Logical Design Solutions  
  Enterprises will need to think, strategize and invest in mobile-first and mobile-only experiences. The idea of mobile-only design - playing out across multiple mobile devices (phone, watch, tablet) is a real game-changer, but an approach that most organizations have not yet even begun to address.

 
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  A DAY IN THE LIFE AT WORK: 2020  
  By Katherine Jones, Bersin by Deloitte  
  Rather than a technocratic "big brother" environment, technology in the future should allow the mundane, reiterative, and sometimes "mindless" tasks that often frustrate the workers of 2015 to be accomplished automatically - clock-ins and time tracking and reporting; all automatic.

 
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  EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW  
  Featuring Jonathan Ferrar, IBM  
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  IS IT TIME FOR SAAS 2.0? YES - EXCLAMATION MARK, EXCLAMATION MARK...  
  By Joe Almodovar, AT Kearney  
  The various technologies that surround a workforce and its management are becoming both easier to use and embedded within the corporate technology infrastructure. No longer just the purview of an HR department, employees can interact with the applications they use on the job and not ever think of any of them as "HR."
 
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