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Web Editor Michael J. O’Brien has been with HRE for more than a decade and holds a degree in economics from Boston College. He can be reached at [email protected]
HR’s digital transformation requires fresh strategies in technology, information, skills and organization.
A new report quantifies how much money companies lose when their employees don’t share knowledge.
Brett Kavanaugh has a history of ruling in favor of employers, but not always.
New research finds job seekers place a high value on how companies deal with harassment and bullying.
New LinkedIn research suggests three ways HR leaders can foster a culture that will attract and retain the best workers.
HR decision-makers are focused on keeping employees engaged in a healthy company culture.
The task force again addressed harassment in the workplace and how employers can stop it.
Amazon’s Ebony Johnson tirelessly advocates for both front-line employees and bottom-line success.
A new study aims to ensure employers make fair, equitable pay adjustments across their organization.
The coffee retailer’s anti-bias training is drawing both praise and criticism.
The Supreme Court rules arbitration agreements and collective-action waivers are enforceable.
There’s a big disconnect between the expectations of workers and the experiences of retirees.
A new survey finds younger employees prefer to work in the office over working from home.
Some companies looking to fill hourly positions are using big bonuses to lure workers to less-crowded markets.
Employers can now seek to resolve potential and actual pay violations of the FLSA.
Starbucks is trying to contain the fallout from a viral incident of discrimination.
Women continue to be paid less than men, but a recent court ruling offers hope to equal-pay proponents.
We need to talk about what’s going wrong with workplace communication.
Only half of CHROs believe that their companies have a “ready-now” successor to replace them.
Banning salary-history questions for job candidates may be easier than employers thought.