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Industry leaders spent the week exploring the challenges of 2020 and the opportunities to come.
From the importance of communication and collaboration tools to ethics in returning to work, here are some of the lessons explored Friday.
Organizers announce the virtual event on the last day of HR Tech.
Attendees of HR Tech sound off on whether they plan to require employees to come back to the office in early 2021.
Technology won’t work if there’s no meaningful human connection involved, Limeade CEO Henry Albrecht says during HR Tech.
HR Tech speakers encouraged leaders to engage, customize and communicate, among other strategies.
The vast majority of human resource managers don’t know how to manage a project.
When making COVID-19 judgments—like whether to bring workers back to the office—HR needs to think about what’s right and safe for workers.
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Bristol-Myers Squibbs' Robert Carruthers shared the organization's experience with internal hiring at HR Tech.
In an HR Tech keynote, Marcus Buckingham broke down some surprising research employers should keep in mind in planning for the new workplace.
Implementing tech doesn’t mean HR has to lose the human touch. From DEI to employee resilience, use tech and data to improve talent management.
Dozens of sessions are on tap for the last day of the conference, covering such topics as employee feedback, recognition and leading in times of crisis.
'HR really needs to get in front of what’s happening now as well as prepare people for future growth,' says one HR Tech speaker.
In an HR Tech keynote, author Marcus Buckingham shares new insights on resilience and how to measure the workforce's ability to recover from a challenge.
AI and big data are opportunities for HR to enhance the employee experience, particularly in areas of DEI.
COVID and social justice have accelerated a new digital mindset in the world of work.
Among the dozens of sessions, attendees will hear how technology can help HR with D&I and new data about pandemic-related resilience and engagement.
The Top HR Products keynote provides a quick look at some of the most innovative HR tools available right now.
Despite the pandemic, innovation hasn’t stopped, purpose has grown in importance, and talent and skills are more important than ever, conference attendees heard.