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How Farmers Insurance embeds DE&I in the C-suite and companywide

Chief People & Diversity Officer Mark Welch shares why the company aligns DE&I with organizational strategy.

5 takeaways from HR Tech Conference, from talent to skills and EX

Skills development, talent acquisition worries and an overheating tech market were among the most pressing trends of the 2022 HR Technology Conference.

Pay equity: Who should be in charge?

A new survey finds a major disconnect between whom employees and employers think should have responsibility for fair pay practices.

HR Tech interview: ‘Inclusion and Accountability in PTO’ with PTO Genius

See analyst and WorkTech founder George LaRocque speak with Uli Orozco, co-founder of PTO Genius.

Dallas Mavericks CEO on going ‘all in’ on DEI

Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall, the first Black woman to head up an NBA team, is “all in” when it comes to leading her organization with heart.

Workday adds skills import/export feature to its HCM solution

As HR leaders look to retain talent, the vendor looks to improve skills management. 

HR Tech Quick Hits: Transformation playbook; time for tech learning

Plus, notes from the Partnership Summit, news from vendors and other notes ahead of the opening day of HR Tech.

Intel’s chief people officer on why HR leaders must master technology

As the chipmaker transforms itself, HR veteran Christy Pambianchi oversees 121,000 employees and their needs for belonging and a career path.

3 top questions to answer at HR Tech, starting with quiet quitting

Quitting in place, the power of people analytics and helping solve recruiter woes are among the primary topics at this year's conference.

From Hooters Girl to HR exec: Why talent mobility is on tap at Hooters

Chief People Officer Cheryl Whiting-Kish shares the restaurant’s recipe for retaining workers long-term.

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