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3 questions to ask before you pivot to virtual hiring events

As employers focus on 'candidate care,' more will shift to virtual recruiting events, predicts one TA expert.

HR Tech news this week: Oct. 25-29

Amazon’s benefit delivery woes, Biden’s forthcoming vaccine mandate and why more HR tech isn’t always better were among the leading HR technology stories of the week. 

Where are all the workers?

Employers have a major issue with how they view the supply chain of talent.

How HR execs can use operational excellence to compete on hiring

Defining and then refining or replacing processes can save significant time and money. One company cut its new hire orientation time by 85%.

3 keys to perfecting engagement in the new world of work

Engagement is the foundation of work today. Here's how to create, sustain and accelerate it from a VP of performance acceleration.

Why more HR tech isn’t necessarily better

Just because we can drive more service delivery and support to tech does not mean that we should; human interactions also matter.

How Ensono is handling the Great Resignation

Although the cloud and mainframe IT provider hired hundreds during the pandemic, it also saw IT staffers leave as they became hot commodities.

Benefits news you may have missed: Oct. 18-22

From a look at critical questions to consider as you build your vaccine policy to tips to combat employee burnout, here are some of the week’s top stories.

HR tech news this week: Oct. 18-22

Microsoft’s CHRO shares her HR advice, HR app overload, finding answers inside your employee data and more were among the top HR tech stories of the week.

A CHRO’s first priority? Understand the business

Brown & Brown Chief People Officer Julie Turpin says her nontraditional path into HR prepared her to lead the people function.

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