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HR’s next big vaccine decision: Are we requiring booster shots?

'Companies are struggling with this one,' says Brian Kropp, chief of research in the Gartner HR practice.

How employers can help as workers’ mental health bottoms out

Organizations face a challenge to step up efforts significantly, new research shows.

How hidden HR data can help identify at-risk workers

HR Tech Virtual speaker Mark Stelzner examines the rough road HR has traveled in the past two years and why leaders need to avoid falling back on old habits. 

Looking to recruit, retain? Revisit your childcare benefits

Bright Horizons CHRO shares how some employers are supporting their working parents, and giving themselves an edge in the war for talent.

Number of the day: employees who have quit

Tens of millions Americans have quit since last year, and many more are planning to. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.

How employers are rethinking vaccines as Starbucks, GE drop mandates

Since the Supreme Court ruling on employer mandates, organizations are rethinking their safety measures and face difficult questions, experts say.

How to develop a winning strategy in the war for talent

Kristi Robinson, EVP and head of talent acquisition for Citizens Bank, shares 5 tips for embracing the critical 'candidate-centric mindset.'

How COVID and other disasters showed this leader HR’s purpose

Major disruptions like Sept. 11 and the pandemic have shown Grant Thornton’s Michael Monahan how to care for employees.

Number of the day: Focus on burnout

Most employers say wellbeing is a priority—but there’s a catch: They are falling short on efforts to help.

Key to H&R Block’s Great Resignation and COVID strategies? Better benefits

The new benefits are 'an important part of our culture,' says the vice president of total rewards.

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