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As pressure mounts on managers, 3 ways to improve their effectiveness

Layoffs and a possible recession are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the challenges facing today's managers.

What are HR’s top technology priorities for the year ahead?

Robust people analytics, manager training and enhanced employee listening are poised to be among the top priorities for 2023.

5 takeaways from HR Tech Conference, from talent to skills and EX

Skills development, talent acquisition worries and an overheating tech market were among the most pressing trends of the 2022 HR Technology Conference.

Why the L&D market is facing growing pains

Providing employees with skills to grow their careers is still a priority but a crowded market and a possible recession could have an impact on tech choices.

Why it’s so important for organizations to rebuild connections at work

Building connection isn't a one-time event; it's a practice that should be 'embedded in the workflow' and part of talent management practices.   

Is today’s rapid L&D vendor consolidation good for HR?

Recent acquisitions by Cornerstone and Degreed mean fewer options for HR leaders but an opportunity for greater focus when upskilling employees.

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?

Think purpose is a Great Resignation fad? Think again

HR Tech Virtual keynoter Stacia Garr says HR leaders should understand the fuller context of purpose at work to harness its power.

Why cultivate purpose? ‘We all want to do good things in the world’

Why HR leaders need to continue building a culture of purpose even over Zoom. 

HR tech’s next mission? Forging connections at work

HR Tech Virtual speaker Stacia Garr says employees are feeling less connected to their work as the pandemic drags on.

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