Brilliant readers of the Spark Minute, I implore you to give me your insight for an article I’m writing about new advances in HR tech. In a few weeks I’ll be attending the HR Tech conference in Chicago where I’ll be conducting some interviews for Dice. To prepare for the event, I’m working on an article for Dice Resources and I’m hoping some of you can give me input on this question:
What does the future of HR tech look like?
If you’re really savvy on the market, you could tell me what you think will be the next wave. Or if you could have your dream HR or recruiting service become available tomorrow, what would it be, and what would it look like? Feel free to answer in the comments here, or drop me an email at daspark AT gmail DOT com. If I use your idea or foresight, I will happily quote you in the article.
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