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Andrew R. McIlvaine is former senior editor with Human Resource Executive®.
Employees are increasingly clamoring for consumer-grade tech experiences at work that also help them feel connected to their colleagues and organization.
The newly revived Toys “R” Us will feature a “mirror board” composed entirely of employees.
A long-time Silicon Valley investor and activist says the tech industry in general is unwilling to confront bias.
Lots of HR professionals talk about design thinking—but perhaps not that many understand it well.
Despite often having more experience and education than their civilian counterparts, vets still struggle to land good jobs.
A better employee experience may be possible by marrying design thinking and data analytics.
A new CHRO could seize the chance to address the sexual harassment allegations plaguing the company.
David Fairhurst has left the company in the wake of CEO Steve Easterbrook’s departure.
Former interns make up more than 70% of the bank’s incoming class of full-time hires this year.
Only 28% of American employees favor having an open office floor plan.
Sought-after employees are intellectually curious and prize appreciation and recognition.
The VA is being rocked by reports that its office for whistleblower protection was targeting workers.
Some workers say results have included better behavior and greater transparency.
A new survey of IT and business grads finds that economic security weighs heavily.
The confluence of work and AI mean a manager’s role may never be the same again.
A recent Supreme Court action on a notable website accessibility case may be a reminder for HR to take action.
A new survey finds many HR leaders feeling unprepared for changing technology.
National Boss’s Day may be an opportune time to consider areas for improvement.
Gartner’s Brian Kropp says HR needs to consider lessons learned from past economic downturns.
Today’s innovators delivered their ideas via fast-paced, five-minute “TED Talk” style presentations.