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Most employers still require college degrees, but for how much longer?

A recent report shows that hiring managers are looking more closely at skills and 'real-world experience.'

Requiring college degrees: a sign of a ‘lazy employer’?

Leading organizations like IBM and Google are rethinking what makes a standout candidate.

Will College Prep Become the Next Hot Employee Benefit?

Walmart has just announced it will pay for employees' SAT and ACT prep courses.

Finance Execs are Willing to Pay for Degrees for Workers

As the labor market tightens, employers need to expand their development offerings.

Walmart Will Pay for Employees’ College

The world's largest retailer will pay for its employees to obtain college degrees in two subject areas.

How Macy’s hopes to drive employee retention with upskilling effort

The retail legend is offering debt-free education programs for high school and college degrees to its U.S. employees.

Chipotle to offer free tuition benefits to employees

The Mexican eatery is the latest employer to join a growing number of companies hoping to attract and retain talent in a competitive labor market by paying for workers' college degrees.

5 survival tips for today’s talent recruiters, HR leaders

Quick job offers, AI tools and a little respect can ease the burdens of today’s overworked talent acquisition professional.

The workforce of the future, according to Top 100 HR Tech Influencers

The need for skills and an influx of flexible workers are poised to shatter the workplace as we know it. Is HR prepared?

How McKinsey’s top HR leader looks to AI to ease the Great Resignation

A permanent shift in what employees expect from their jobs means organizations need to deliver a robust career path, warns Katy George.