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HR tech this year? It’s all about the data

Four people leaders, including those at Walgreens and ADP, share insights about what the world of HR tech will look like this year.

Why talent mobility must be at the heart of your 2023 people strategies

New research suggests employers must be just as focused on retention as they are on recruiting.

This tool aims to unite performance management and talent development

Also, UKG buys a staffing startup, and two companies raise millions for their solutions for frontline workers and SMBs.

Why HR must embrace people data and its related technology

Today’s HR leaders must analyze their people data to create vibrant workplaces where workers are valued, nurtured and engaged.

Seasonal hiring is different in 2022; how talent leaders can make the most of it

With more workers seeking seasonal roles, experts advise employers not to let the economy hinder their holiday hiring game.

How to anticipate long-term talent needs in a volatile job market

Knowing how to attract passive candidates can give organizations a big leg up in today's hiring climate.

Why HR leaders need talent intelligence to prepare for the future

As skills grow in importance, managing the data that drives learning systems is more important than ever.

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.

HR Tech Quick Hits: New from Microsoft Viva; recruitment no-shows

Microsoft adds a trio of new tools to its HCM, new HR leaders join growing firms and a free app for managing deskless workers in small offices.

Background checks take center stage for today’s recruitment pros

When hiring new employees, employers using background checks should make sure the process is speedy, thorough and fair.

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