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Chipotle’s secret sauce for retention? Data, development and DE&I
Chipotle Chief DE&I Officer Tawanda Starms shares how the company is tackling retention with a multi-pronged approach.
AI for HR: Managing the risks of disparate impact discrimination
Before implementing an AI solution, HR must properly vet vendors and audit potential tools to ensure it is minimizing risks.
2023 Top HR Tech Products of the Year deadline approaching: May 31
The annual competition showcases new and innovative HR technology solutions.
Anticipating NYC’s anti-bias law, Beamery conducts an internal AI audit
The talent acquisition solution provider conducted a pair of tests on its AI-powered recruitment solutions. Here's what they found.
What HR everywhere needs to know about NYC’s new AI bias law
Starting April 15 after a delay, businesses with offices in New York City must ensure that biases do not appear in their AI tools. And this law could be coming to a city or state near you.
Empathy and a DEI ‘lens’: Keys to fueling sustainable people practices
HR Tech Virtual keynoter Dr. Denise Caleb said HR needs to recognize the entirety of the lived experiences their employees bring to the workplace.
DEI expert: Don’t let economic uncertainty distract from diversity work
HR Tech Conference Virtual keynoter Dr. Denise Caleb says employers need to stay the course on their DEI work to secure long-term wins.
What Heineken USA is doing to break down bias in the beverage industry
Chief People Officer Segolene Prot says the organization’s second Behind the Label report highlights a path forward for inclusion.
Is your digital workplace truly empowering workers with disabilities?
As more disabled workers find positions in remote and hybrid environments, there are steps HR can take to make the workplace more accessible.
What Siemens USA is doing to become more ‘human-centered’
DE&I is central to its strategy, says Nichelle Grant, head of DE&I for the conglomerate.