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How spotting your top HR tech opportunities can help relieve burnout

HR Tech Virtual opening keynote speaker Josh Bersin calls HR and HR tech the 'great inspiration for my career and my life.'

How Intel relies on inclusion in retention and hiring—for big results

While many companies have been playing catch up when it comes to achieving diversity, equity and inclusion goals, Intel has been measuring its DEI...

Bersin: Why the talent marketplace will be ‘central to HR tech’

As a result of the current and widespread disruption of the labor market, companies are heavily pushing internal development. And one key element of...

Chevron CHRO: Employee health and safety ‘front and center’ for 2022

Rhonda Morris, newly installed as a fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, shares her reflections on the pandemic and insights for next year.

Annual planning is broken: Can people analytics help fix it?

This HR leader describes three ways people analytics and HR can bring order to the chaos of planning and improve the health of the business.

5 takeaways from Oracle’s HR analytics report

While organizations are increasingly relying on people analytics, a few key challenges could be keeping them from maximizing its potential.

HR Tech Number of the Week: Spreadsheet use

HR leaders who still rely on Excel to manage their workforce are leaving the business vulnerable to stagnant data and less diversity.

HR Tech news this week: Oct. 25-29

Amazon’s benefit delivery woes, Biden’s forthcoming vaccine mandate and why more HR tech isn’t always better were among the leading HR technology stories of the week. 

To improve EX and agility, many HR teams are restructuring

A majority of HR leaders are revamping how their departments work–and choosing technology last, an APQC survey finds.

How Ensono is handling the Great Resignation

Although the cloud and mainframe IT provider hired hundreds during the pandemic, it also saw IT staffers leave as they became hot commodities.

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