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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.
The ongoing pandemic is negatively affecting women in the workforce, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
With an expected hiring boom for the 2020 holiday season, employers will need an effective TA platform to manage high-volume hiring.
New IBM research finds that employers need to better understand employee sentiment in order to weather today’s trying times.
Virtual reality could be an important tool as employers seek to deliver more effective learning.
Flexible working arrangements and new technology are helping the company focus on diversifying its talent pipeline.
A new study found that employees are craving more career development.
Littler’s annual report offers a few clues about where the economy may be heading.
Employers may or may not participate in President Trump’s payroll tax hiatus, which is riddled with uncertainty.
More than 80% of employers will offer flexibility at a greater scale after the pandemic, new research shows.
Women’s mobile usage is way up. What does that mean for employers?
There are no easy fixes for either issue, but new research sheds light on some employer strategies.
Once the crisis subsides, HR leaders have a chance to redefine how they rely on AI, experts say.
A new lawsuit contends President Trump crossed a legal line by suspending immigration within specific visa categories for the remainder of 2020.
Artificial intelligence will be tapped for everything from employee engagement to talent acquisition.
With HR teams especially strapped for time and resources, they have leaned heavily on AI, experts say.
A compensation strategy must be dynamic to survive a crisis such as COVID-19, experts say.
The right tech can help HR leaders design fair changes to compensation, in light of the pandemic.
Virtual meetings can still be effective, if employers follow specific guidelines, according to new research.
Presuming millennials and baby boomers have different employment needs may not be the best strategy, according to a new survey.
A new group is helping low-income workers boost their skill levels during the pandemic.