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From how 9/11 informed HR’s response to COVID-19 to AI's role in stopping the Great Resignation, here are this week's tech stories.
While there are major differences between the two tragedies, there's plenty for HR leaders to learn about today's crisis by reflecting on 9/11.
Two decades later, HR leaders are dealing with a different, more disruptive crisis but one that is also testing what it means to address employee needs.
Optimizely's chief people officer discusses building corporate culture when workers are remote.
Chief Diversity Officer Jonita Wilson shares the company’s recent efforts toward ambitious DEI goals for representation in leadership and more.
The pandemic has shown that we can hire better.
After months of embracing incentives, employers are considering penalties on the non-vaccinated in an effort to boost vaccination rates.
Bank of America shares ways to rebuild your workforce and maximize success.
While more organizations are considering mandates, they're not doing so without worry, according to a new survey.
One Call's Terri Lewis shares how the organization has a "completely different" recruiting and hiring strategy today.
Chief People Officer Sandy Cross shares three lessons from an organization with a particularly challenging DEI history.
Employees are saying they won't play by the old rules anymore. Here are some ways employers can meet workers' wellness needs.
The opening keynoter for HR Tech shared 'new rules' for modern women in her 2019 book.
Some progress has been made in terms of female representation on boards and in the C-suite, but HR needs to keep moving the ball forward.
As more Americans than not are vaccinated, employers need to consider the impact of not mandating vaccines.
Along with daily 'heartbreaking reminders' of the dangers of the Delta variant, FDA approval likely will drive quick employer action, experts say.
If employers aren't actively informing their workforces about DEI progress, true progress could be out of reach, a new survey finds.
Auth0 CHRO Carolyn Moore shares what the company learned from being predominantly remote prior to the pandemic.
Even though HR has never been more important to an organization, many employers aren’t allocating the tech resources HR deserves.
The desire to connect our HR tech community remains strong.