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Danielle Westermann King received her bachelor’s degree in English from Temple University. She has written and edited articles for various print and online healthcare publications.
New technologies and solutions from the HR vendor community.
Distractions may lead to poor productivity and performance according to a new report.
Oracle has redesigned its HCM for a more user-friendly experience.
New survey finds only 16 percent of HR leaders feel “very prepared” to operate in a digital world.
After the recent string of high-profile allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace, many in the HR community were left asking, “What’s next?”
In HRE’s 2018 What’s Keeping HR Up at Night survey, HR leaders have more than a few challenges vying for their attention.
Are CHROs engaged and satisfied enough to stay in their current role?
Human resource leadership promotions and appointments.
Take a look at Mercer’s suggestions for tax-saving investments critical for the C-Suite.
American workers who typically earn the least and work the fewest hours have increased their work hours the most since 1979.
As public companies begin to disclose CEO-pay ratios, experts say HR leaders need to be ready to respond to employee blowback.
Pregnancy discrimination is still a problem in the workplace, both at home and abroad.
Digitization, data and analytics are all important skills to have, but does HR possess them?
HR vendor community mergers and acquisitions, alliances and more.
Knowledge transfers take time, and with 10,000 people reaching retirement age daily, the time for these transfers is now.
Can Time’s Up, the new Hollywood-based initiative aiming to end sexual harassment, help women who work outside the entertainment industry?
Results from a new survey reveal that U.S. workers are disenfranchised when it comes to achieving the American Dream and trusting government leaders.
As digitization rapidly changes the world around us, business leaders need to prepare for upcoming labor demands.