Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Employers that use AI and algorithmic decision-making tools must be careful that the technology does not systematically disadvantage people based on their race, color, religion, sex or national origin, according to a new guidance document from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
With AI-driven labor market transformations being affected by economic troubles and other factors, this article explores the strategies leaders are using to help workers navigate these changes.
ChatGPT and other chatbots have captured that attention of HR leaders everywhere. Though powerful, these tools pose new problems HR shouldn't ignore. This article reviews four key problems with chatbots, and how to handle them.
Some HR tech companies say algorithms in software can remove human biases from layoff decision-making, but the need for the human element still remains.
HR Tech 2022 marked a notable shift in tone from executives: the future is now in making the business case for equality, and organizations that don't step up will be left behind.
HR Tech 2022 was all abuzz last week with HR professionals eager to collaborate in-person again. This article explores key themes coming out of the conference.
AI is transforming HR and the workplace by enabling and improving organizations' ability to make data-based human resource decisions. But without proper precautions, AI can unintentionally screen out qualified candidates with disabilities.
Using artificial intelligence and other software tools to make employment decisions may lead to disability discrimination in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to new guidance from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are rapidly growing. It is inevitable that they will change the workplace exponentially. This checklist can help HR professionals and employers navigate the murky waters of advancing technologies alongside archaic employment and labor laws.
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