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HR tech's role in driving diversity and inclusion will be emphasized at next month's event.
These tools can help HR leaders take employee experience from one-size-fits-all to personalized for everyone.
It’s a question whose answer has long remained elusive for employers and employees.
HRE’s annual ‘What’s Keeping HR Up at Night’ survey will be the topic of a panel discussion next month during Spring HR Tech.
Top Employers Institute recently unveiled its annual certification list.
From how employers are addressing racial health inequities to why a vaccine mandate could spark a backlash, here are some of the week’s top stories.
How HR leaders from McDonald’s and the City of Gary are helping Black employees through COVID-19 and more.
How what one analyst calls a 'unique' approach could help with DEI hiring, which is historically difficult within the tech industry.
HR leaders must not cheat themselves out of their own performance management and professional development.
Organizations looking to curb costs in 2021 should examine their TA spend.
From how employers can encourage workers to get a COVID vaccine to why HR is investing in caregiving benefits, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Joe Whittinghill shares the value of a learning culture during turbulent times.
Six actions employers can take to support workers of all genders.
Laurie Havanec joins CVS Health after more than 20 years in HR leadership, including at Otis Elevator Co., United Technologies Corp. and Aetna.
COVID-19 and workplace discrimination actions have employers paying attention.
Where there's change, there's an opportunity to make things better.
Tomorrow's leaders, MBA students at historically Black colleges and universities, want business leaders to hear their vision for an all-inclusive workplace of the future.
i4cp’s Kevin Oakes has penned a new book that he says offers a blueprint for making sustainable culture change.
While research shows executives and employees don’t always agree on the best path forward for post-COVID-19 ways of working, there’s still opportunity.
'We are not going back to the way it was.'