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David Shadovitz is editor of HRE. He is also co-chair of the HR Tech Conference and chair of the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference. He can be reached at [email protected]
Here are two priorities for 2019 from Jennifer Benz, whose firm was just acquired by The Segal Group.
A just-released study suggests many metro D.C. employees may be ready to switch jobs.
Experts view Wilson-Thompson’s appointment as wise and prudent.
Nearly two-thirds of employees who report sexual harassment also report employer retaliation.
This year’s HR losers include United Airlines, Google and public-sector unions.
This year’s winners in HR include Amazon’s HQ2 cities and franchise-heavy employers.
Prudential’s latest research shows confidence levels among women once again on the decline.
Here are several career-development investments that can deliver a huge return.
Equilar 500 companies experienced a median increase of 6.5 percent over the past year.
Employers are desperately searching for answers, too.
Leaders from Lincoln Financial, IBM, Danaher Corp. and ADP were inducted into the National Academy of Human Resources.
How employers can leverage the innovation early-stage vendors are bringing to market.
Insights 2018 attendees were given a sneak peek at on-demand pay and succession-planning capabilities.
Diane Gherson, IBM’s senior VP of HR is the winner of this annual, prestigious award.
Are boards giving ethics and compliance the serious attention they deserve?
Josh Bersin gives HR Tech Conference attendees a preview of new research.
For the second year in a row, the average annual compensation for HR’s top earners experienced a decline.
Apple became the first American company to reach a $1 trillion market cap last month.
In the aftermath of a recent high-court ruling, certain unions could set their sights on the private sector.
The workplace is the perfect place for intervention, experts suggest.