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Tom Starner is a freelance writer based in Philadelphia who has been covering the human resource space and all of its component processes for over two decades. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studies reveal that professional women sometimes inflict typecasting and hold back on themselves, a trend that one attorney is trying to change.
Despite demand for AI and personalization from job candidates, a study found that Fortune 500 employers are way off the mark.
The retailer is the latest company to expand its mental health offerings.
Legal considerations around data privacy and bias reduction continue to abound.
If a recent survey is correct, AI will continue to take the recruiting world by storm, especially when it comes to tracking job seekers.
Shopping for HR technology is going to be a different game in 2020 and beyond.
Finding and landing high-quality workers ranks as the toughest challenge HR faces in the coming year, according to a new survey.
The hiring concept is no longer, “We have a job, so let’s fill it.”
The outlook for global healthcare benefit costs offers some major swings, depending on location, according to an annual survey from Willis Towers Watson.
While the concept may seem antiquated, a new e-book suggests today’s employers can benefit from town halls—if they’re done right.
Several new tools aim to keep employers on the right side of the law, while also empowering employees.
Holiday parties are coming—is your workplace ready?
Shift and Lambda School teamed up to arm veterans with new tech skills.
A new study makes a direct link between a small amount of extra physical activity and economic growth.
A Senate bill restricting noncompete agreements goes too far according to several experts.
Small employers are having a rough time educating the upsides of 401(k)s to their workforce.
The immersive new conference set for next summer will feature some big names in the HR-tech space.
Recruiters are confident, but candidate exaggeration and skills gaps are hindering the talent hunt.
Customer experience and efficiency benefit from a smart-automation strategy, according to a new report.
A new survey suggests America’s employers are not effectively addressing the skills gap.