In contemporary litigation, “machine learning” and “predictive analytics” are phrases that are typically used in the context of e-discovery. However, as these technologies grow and evolve, so too will their application and utility in employment decisions and legal proceedings. At Jackson Lewis, we are committed to remaining at the forefront of these technologies and their
Can Employers Use Artificial Intelligence And Data Analytics To Track Remote Workers?
By Todd R. Dobry & Taylor M. Napoli on
Posted in Business Intelligence, Compliance Tip, Data analytics, Data Science
Notwithstanding federal, state, and local privacy and cybersecurity laws that may apply, employers may generally use artificial intelligence, data analytics, and other software and technologies to track remote workers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in, if not required, the vast majority of businesses to adopt remote work and virtual workplaces as a means of operational…
Talent Software – Perfect Solution or Perfect Storm?
By Suellen Oswald on
Posted in Compliance Tip, Data analytics
Using talent-finder software to simplify hiring decisions is all the rage. Hiring managers across the country love the idea that one of their most difficult tasks – hiring – can now done through software. So, what is good and what is risky when using these new hiring tools to evaluate talent?
Many job applicants today…