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Compliance and policy

Post-Roe, HR challenges abound: Backlash likely ‘no matter what you do’

Company leaders are wrestling with decisions from voicing opinions to expanding abortion coverage for employees.

Do Starbucks, Amazon unionizations point to a coming trend?

The pandemic is largely behind the rise in unionization efforts, experts say.

6 strategies to maximize success with your growing contingent workforce

Employers are increasingly recognizing that hiring contract workers can offer the flexibility to meet current needs without the cost of full-time employees.

Most HR leaders mum on Roe v. Wade despite workplace angst

'HR executives are telling us they’re simply exhausted mentally,' says one industry expert.

How the SEC focus on ESG can boost human capital management

It’s time for HR leaders to get on board with human capital metrics and strategies, this expert writes.

Here’s how to get ahead of potential regulations on AI in HR tech

Recent EEOC and DOJ moves suggest we may soon see formal rules around how artificial intelligence is used in hiring processes.

How the talent squeeze is driving flexible work options

A new survey from labor firm Littler reveals that employers remain concerned about the lack of talent supply.

Here’s what’s at stake for benefits leaders in this election year

With the GOP potentially able to take control of the House of Representatives, benefit leaders must prepare for changes, warned American Benefits Council’s Jim Klein.

After a major legal change to arbitration, why employers need to emphasize training

With forced arbitration off the table for sexual harassment and assault claims, employers should strategize now to reduce risk.

HR Tech Number of the Week: Where are your employees working? 

The pandemic not only changed the notion of the in-person meeting, it altered the location of the workplace itself. 

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