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Consumer-grade workplace tech can boost engagement for remote workers, experts say.
Analysts say this Microsoft Viva could be the 'ultimate technology-based employee experience' platform.
A new report finds that a vast majority of employers plan to hire in 2021 and that tech is primed to play a big role.
The company is looking to sharpen its engagement chops with the acquisition of Peakon.
She expects to see growth in tech-enabled wellbeing and mental health solutions for workers and their families this year.
HR tech's role in driving diversity and inclusion will be emphasized at next month's event.
These tools can help HR leaders take employee experience from one-size-fits-all to personalized for everyone.
HRE’s annual ‘What’s Keeping HR Up at Night’ survey will be the topic of a panel discussion next month during Spring HR Tech.
How what one analyst calls a 'unique' approach could help with DEI hiring, which is historically difficult within the tech industry.
The conference is free, virtual and features keynotes from can't-miss analysts, experts and thought leaders.
Take these opportunities today to ensure success for your hybrid plans, Gartner experts say.
Work this year probably will be 'messy, confusing and challenging' but also inspiring and rewarding, she writes.
In a marketplace where solutions are simultaneously improving and converging, leaders have to think more expansively when evaluating HR tech.
HireVue’s Andy Valenzuela says helming the people function for the HR technology platform brings his career full-circle.
Making progress permanent requires 'humanizing work by meeting people where they are,' industry analyst writes.
In this new environment, a manager should be “less of a boss and more of a leader,” with a focus on trust, says one remote work expert.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in Wednesday in Washington, D.C., marking an employee-friendly switch for HR.
'We are not going back to the way it was.'
HR should use 2020 as a wake-up call.
With more organizations making remote work permanent, here are a few things to keep in mind.