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How can HR and benefit leaders succeed in educating employees during a pandemic? Here are some ideas.
Workers say they would leave their current position for a job that focused more on mental health. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Purpose, supported by technology, can help move organizations through crisis, says HR Tech keynoter Stacia Garr.
Rehired employees typically perform at the same level as they did in their past job.
Women are more likely than men to report concerns about returning to in-person work.
HR Tech keynoter Marcus Buckingham cautions HR leaders not to underestimate the resilience of their people.
BRP Partners Chief Colleague Officer Erin King says today's HR lessons translate beyond the professional world.
It pays to care for workers. And we all need it now more than ever.
Before her HR Tech keynote, Tolbert spoke with HRE about HR's role in advancing D&I.
HR Tech keynote speaker John Sumser cautions HR to not hurry decision-making on these increasingly complex issues.
Successful business models will create value for all stakeholders, including workers. Brooks writes.
Resilience, among both HR leaders and employees, has never been more important, says the author and consultant.
Otis Elevators recently unveiled a new strategy for confronting racism.
From open enrollment during a pandemic to Starbucks’ new election perk for employees, here are some of the week’s top stories.
For World Mental Health Day on Oct. 10, a look at how and why smart employers are stepping up to help employees as rates of depression and burnout soar.
HR Tech keynoter Dr. Tolonda Tolbert says business leaders can accelerate anti-racism efforts.
The pandemic's mental health crisis means it's time to, in the words of Arianna Huffington, 'rebuild the way we work.'
The HR thought leader explores the impact of prolonged uncertainty on HR technology.
Employees would feel more comfortable talking to a robot than their manager about stress and anxiety, new research finds.
New IBM research finds that employers need to better understand employee sentiment in order to weather today's trying times.