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How T-Mobile is helping women return to the world of tech

Career development solution provider reacHIRE provided the tech the telecom giant needed to help women find tech-forward positions.

How to create a workplace that works for women

Listening and responding to the shifting needs of employees is key.

Why flexibility is just the start to draw women back to the workforce

Women who left the workforce during the pandemic need more than flexible schedules to return, says author and talent expert Kathleen Quinn Votaw.

Beyond the Great Resignation, 7 trends that will shape work in 2022

From new approaches to DE&I to the latest impacts of hybrid and remote work, Gartner experts explore what this year could hold for HR.

Number of the day: work vs. caregiving

Nearly half of working caregivers say they may have to choose between job and caregiving responsibilities in the coming year. What that means to HR leaders.

How SAP SuccessFactors addresses women leadership challenges

The women leading SAP SuccessFactors share their stories and describe how COVID pushed the conversation for employee stress and flex work.

A lost generation of working women: How to bring them back

Women in HR Tech speaker Christine Tao believes technology plays a role in coaching women so they can return to the workforce stronger than before. 

3 ways to redesign knowledge work for a hybrid world

A hybrid future means traditional, office-based work models need to be revamped.

4 ways to make your new hybrid workplace equitable for women

This Women's Equality Day, efforts to level the playing field have never been more important.

Why working women need a ‘culture of inclusion’ right now

With more childcare uncertainty looming, employers can make changes to help their female workforces, says Randstad's Rebecca Henderson.

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