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Leaders are concerned about the mental health issues facing employees due to the shift to remote work.
A new survey finds that half of HR leaders expect to switch HCM systems this year, fueled by a budget boost.
A new report finds the practice will be key to stimulating recovery.
The Hackett Group’s annual research highlights HR’s 2021 priorities.
The company is looking to sharpen its engagement chops with the acquisition of Peakon.
How what one analyst calls a ‘unique’ approach could help with DEI hiring, which is historically difficult within the tech industry.
A new survey finds that U.S. executives are most concerned about COVID-19, vaccines and a possible recession.
A new report offers advice to help HR support employees during arguably the most stressful, and dangerous, period in U.S. history.
With the Georgia Senate election results cementing Democrats’ control of Washington, HR leaders can expect more employee-friendly policies under Biden.
The pandemic has driven the popularity of virtual healthcare delivery, including at on-site and near-site health centers.
Recent cyber hacks on government and private employers should prompt HR leaders to ensure their data security defenses are up to snuff.
Employee burnout is no longer a minor workplace issue. But employers can take action to mitigate it.
When tech giant Google fired a prominent AI researcher last week, it was not a great PR moment for the company. Will it also bring a legal headache?
New research shows an increase in mobility problems for these employees that’s hurting their work and their employer’s bottom line.
It’s no surprise that employee wellbeing and the new federal administration are top of mind for employers.
A recent Gartner survey found that the pandemic has dramatically impacted what HR leaders will be focused on in the coming months.
With a new administration, employers will need to redouble their efforts to minimize divisiveness and boost diversity.
A new survey lays out small and medium employer concerns regarding the need for added post-election stimulus funding.
These technologies are helping employers land the right talent with the least amount of hurdles, according to speakers at the HR Tech Conference.
The ongoing pandemic is negatively affecting women in the workforce, but it doesn’t have to be that way.