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Julie Cook Ramirez is a Rockford, Ill.-based journalist and copywriter covering all aspects of human resources. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HR technology is advancing at the speed of light. Can HR keep up?
Employers are looking to innovative perks to retain valued workers.
House Democrats will likely push workplace legislation—but will any of it be signed into law?
The applications provide new means for facilitating and enhancing meaningful mentoring relationships.
Working seniors are challenging organizations to develop programs focused on their retention.
Employers are recognizing the value of effective onboarding as unemployment remains low.
The red-hot labor market has employers rethinking their compensation strategies.
Some employers are embracing a more inclusive approach to fostering understanding.
A significant ramp-up in worksite ICE raids requires a careful, measured response from employers.
New leadership-development platforms are promising to revolutionize the industry.
A new report finds H-1B visa holders play a key role in the success of many organizations.
New research reveals the positive effects of hiring refugees, including higher retention rates.
With a shortage of skilled workers, employers are helping individuals re-enter the workforce.
Dell cultivated a compelling employee-value proposition to attract and retain top talent.
In the face of increased action by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, employers seek compliance with U.S. immigration law.
A new wave of tech tools enables victims of sexual harassment to make anonymous reports.
New research finds that many Americans are unaware they can use health savings accounts to pay for healthcare expenses in retirement.
A new study raises serious concerns about employers’ lack of initiatives to prepare workers to be effective, experts say.
Continuous feedback is all the rage in performance management. Is it really the “new normal” or just a grand experiment?
A new study opens a serious dialogue about the state of U.S. workplace training.