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Employee health, happiness to take center stage at benefits conference

Thought leader Jenn Lim will open the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, set for May 3-5 in Las Vegas.

3 strategies to embrace flexibility and meet new employee expectations

The office still has a role to play—but it's an entirely reimagined one.

Employee experience startup takes Pitchfest win

SPOTLYFE takes home the $25,000 prize for its tool, which co-founder Josh Schwede compares to a 'check engine light' for employee burnout.

EX is becoming central to the CHRO role. Here’s why that matters

Amid attraction and retention challenges, HR leaders are rethinking the employee experience.

Increasing engagement among frontline and deskless employees in 3 steps

A supply chain—and any 'digitally detached' workforce—is only as strong as its weakest link. Don’t let that link be disengaged workers.

Quiet quitting: Why it’s exactly what should be happening today

'Going forward, we have to get better at managing performance,' writes Wharton and National Academy of HR expert Peter Cappelli.

To boost EX, Qualtrics’ top HR leader says start ‘listening and learning’

Qualtrics Chief People Officer Julia Anas says the software company shapes its people strategy with a sharp focus on feedback.

What can HR do about ‘quiet quitting’?

The catchy term is making waves in the world of work, but experts say managing disengagement isn't a new HR challenge.

In a job market paradox, why HR leaders should focus on communication

Lessons from the past few years hold true as the labor market sends mixed signals, including low unemployment, high turnover, layoffs in some sectors and fears of a recession.

Employee monitoring: Why it’s ‘dysfunctional’ but gaining popularity

When selecting tools to watch an employee's every mouse click, HR leaders should consider their impact on trust in the workplace.

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