Rewind of compensation: Artificial intelligence and other top blogs from 2017.

Topics such as artificial intelligence and automatic learning, the new payment capital legislation, the payment for the performance and the changing talent landscape were some topics that dominated a lot of space, and here at we play many of These trends in our diverse ones. Blog posts throughout the year.

Here is a summary of our first five articles 2017:

1. The next HR border: Artificial Intelligence (AI)

HR's next frontier: Artificial Intelligence

[ 123] AI is a sophisticated technology that allows computers to imitate and improve thoughts and human behaviors, and can help you, as a professional HR, do your work exponentially more efficiently. Although the AI \u200b\u200bmay not have arrived at your workplace of HR, it could be the missing link to take your processes to the next level.

2. Obtaining the offer All times: Valuable recruitment strategies

Getting the Offer Right Every Time: Valuable Recruitment Strategies

Recruiters today must be necessary to be talent scouts, community developers, life coaches, brand ambassadors, diversity defenders, sessiarists in oak media, and marketers in one. With all these responsibilities, having the right tools to do the work Efficiently as efficient as possible, it can mean the difference between the upper landing talent and the rejected offer again.

3. New public capital legislation: was your compensation strategy maintained? New Pay Equity Legislation – Will your Compensation Strategy Hold Up?

In August, Delaware and Oregon has just joined Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, New York City, California and Philadelphia by addressing salary equity by promulgating law enacting laws . That prohibits employers to ask job seekers about their salary stories. Why ask for the payment history a problem? Is perpetuating a BrechA long-standing gender salary.Salary Negotiations for New Graduates: Don’t Lose Out

4. Salary negotiations for new graduates: Do not miss

Pay for Performance: Driving Alignment and Merit Pay Program Success New graduates are looking to enter the workforce and start working at work.Excited by the possibility of landing your first job, graduates do not realize that you could already lose a valuable income for Marey a big mistake: do not negotiate your first job offer.5.Pay for performance: The alignment of the driving and success of the merit payment program In all organizations, there are different business units with very different priority sets. PaymentYour people in a unique way, and you must be prepared to communicate how your performance payment policy can help you achieve your unique objectives, and ultimately, get your purchase at your meritorious pagaplanes