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It's no surprise that employee wellbeing and the new federal administration are top of mind for employers.
Cheaper isn’t always better; HR needs real numbers to make that case.
A recent Gartner survey found that the pandemic has dramatically impacted what HR leaders will be focused on in the coming months.
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CHROs are stepping up to the plate to help workers and businesses through troubling times.
Calendly’s Jeff Diana thinks tech companies need a more forward-looking approach to HR given this year’s changes.
With the pandemic causing new anxieties, employers need to rethink their benefits to provide a better mix of tools for managing stress, burnout and depression.
Here's the HR technology that organizations need right now, this expert says.
Despite reports of risks, many employees would prefer in-person or hybrid working to fully remote.
Differentiating bias and discrimination is an important first step.
Five HR visionaries were recently given the industry’s highest honor.
Experts say that times of great change should be seen as opportunities to help organizations form new habits.
Right now, the best technology for recruiting is a simple, easy-to-use tool, the chief HR officer for the Milwaukee Bucks says.
Here are the companies at the forefront of using innovative efforts to drive business strategy and performance.
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