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FOLX Health’s new chief people officer shares her 2022 vision for DEI and technology.
As the year winds down, HR leaders reflect on the lasting impact of the past 12 months.
Technology is primed to play a big role as HR tackles these challenges in 2022.
That's a first step in retaining diverse talent. Here are 5 more strategies.
Employees are eager for seasonal gifts, but many employers may be missing out on the chance to build engagement and lower turnover.
Check back with us daily as we provide the latest news and insights to how HR can best respond for the betterment of their employees.
As the new variant is detected in the U.S., vaccines, communication and adaptability are key to helping workers through the latest stage of the pandemic, experts say.
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.
Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith says the company is putting skills at the heart of its people strategy.
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.
Why every employee, manager and executive needs to 'rebuild their swing' in order to succeed in the coming year.
Kerry Chandler, who was recently installed as a fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, shares reflections on the pandemic and insights for 2022.
Share your thoughts on HR’s biggest pain points in HRE’s annual survey.
HR leaders at Chevron, Eastman Chemical, Accenture, Endeavor and Estee Lauder cite such issues as cloud-based technology and collaboration.
HR leaders who still rely on Excel to manage their workforce are leaving the business vulnerable to stagnant data and less diversity.
As additional shots earn FDA and CDC authorization, company leaders need to beef up communication—but also focus on the biggest priority.
The next wave of HR technology innovation will emerge in 2022, bringing opportunity and risk for HR leaders.
Mr. Cooper CHRO Angela Greenfeather explains the company's vision for the future of work.
From disruption to reinvention, these factors set the world's most admired companies apart, plus related tips for leaders who want to follow suit.
For their use of innovation, people management and more to drive success amid the pandemic, these companies are being recognized this year.