The HCM Technology Report explores business issues related to the technology used by organizations to attract, hire and manage their workforce, as well as to plan their workforce strategy. We aim to keep readers ahead of trends by exploring technical developments, user behaviors and organizational changes that impact the technology strategies, product development and financial performance of both customers and vendors.
Our goal is to serve executives involved in the development of HR and business strategies, and the technology that puts those plans into action. These include, of course, CHROs, Vice Presidents of HR and Directors of HR, but as importantly CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, COOs and CFOs. In addition, our readers include senior IT, Purchasing and HR professionals, as well as executives and professionals at HCM technology vendors, industry analysts, consultants and the media.
We are a trade media outlet for HR technology, covering the activities of vendors and consultants, analysts and employers as their products and uses evolve and advance. We look at the impact of transactional and administrative tools as well as the strategic concerns surrounding HR and how it fits into an organization’s mission and success. In addition, we explore topics related to learning technology when it touches or influences Human Resources, and vendor solutions where they involve the hiring and management of contingent workers.
Who We Are
The HCM Technology Report is edited by Mark Feffer–a writer and editor who focuses on topics related to Human Resource, workforce development, analytics, technology, recruitment and careers–and published by Tramp Steamer Media, LLC. Mark’s articles have appeared in a number of industry media outlets including HR Magazine, SHRM.org, Dice Insights, TLNT.com, TalentCulture and The Recruiter’s Lounge. As the managing editor of Dice.com, he developed the editorial strategy that continues to draw hundreds of thousands of users to the site each month.
Be sure to view our Editorial Disclosure to see companies for whom Mark may have worked in the past.
Associate editor Lynne Goldman is an organizational psychologist-turned-writer who for more than 20 years advised corporate, Fortune 500, non-profit and government organizations on how to improve their systems and procedures. She taught management and employee skills and worked at all levels of the organization, from the C-suite to the front line, to create employee engagement. Since beginning her career in journalism, Lynne has undertaken assignments for the Huffington Post, Mitel, Bloomberg, inBiz Magazine, Vicinity Publications and KPMG.
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