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HRE’s 2021 HR Executive of the Year Kathleen Hogan shares her advice for other HR leaders.
Anticipate many different outcomes as you plan in order to diminish the risk to your workplace and employees.
UpWork’s chief people officer recommends buffer time between video calls, organization-wide PTO and more to ease employee stress.
Factors to keep in mind as you design the deskless employee experience.
From what to know about Biden’s vaccine mandate to how HRE’s HR Executive of the Year rebooted Microsoft’s culture, here are the week’s top stories.
Organizations expect their healthcare costs to increase 5.2% in 2022, Willis Towers Watson finds.
A significant number of employers have a COVID vaccine requirement in place or are considering it. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
An explainer guide on the upcoming DOL requirements, including what to do now.
Putting data analytics to work can save money, make employees happier and improve hiring and retention, this HR Tech speaker says.
From smart strategies on communicating vaccine mandates to health insurance surcharges for the unvaccinated, here are the week’s top stories.
HR Tech keynoter Marcus Buckingham shared how the new HR Xperience Score can provide insights into HR's performance.
HPE Chief People Officer Alan May shares how the company has evolved its approach to employee wellbeing.
An employer guide to communicating your COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Tech investments must be aligned with organizational culture and strategy to truly give employees what they need.
Data shows that penalties, like those Delta Airlines recently announced, are one way to move the needle on vaccination rates.
From combatting the Great Resignation to helping female employees balance their responsibilities, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Women in HR Tech speaker Christine Tao believes technology plays a role in coaching women so they can return to the workforce stronger than before.
From how to get ahead of Biden's new vaccine mandate to how DEI, the Great Resignation and COVID are changing benefits, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Although critical questions remain, HR leaders should take steps now to prepare for what's coming in the OSHA rules, employment law experts advise.
Joe Grasso, director of workforce mental health for Lyra Health, says training managers, teaching resilience and promoting mental health are vital.