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HR Tech keynoter Marcus Buckingham shared how the new HR Xperience Score can provide insights into HR's performance.
HR and recruitment leaders are on the lookout for more powerful TA tools to streamline the hiring process.
Sapient Insights’ latest survey shows that a hybrid workforce, L&D, and skills management are among the factors driving the uptick.
Remote and hybrid arrangements have meant compliance headaches for bringing new employees into the fold.
From hybrid work to purpose-driven organizations, one expert from SAP shares how the pandemic is rapidly changing the role of the workplace.
Plus, don't be late: Day 3 begins at 8:30 a.m. with back-to-back keynotes from Marcus Buckingham of ADP and Ravin Jesuthasan of Mercer.
The six finalists, who will make one last presentation on Thursday, have been chosen. The winner will take home $25K.
Organizations are looking to AI to recruit inside their walls in an effort to stem the Great Resignation.
These are the next two finalists moving on to the Pitchfest final.
Employee adoption is vital to the success of HR tech projects, meaning HR needs to focus on employee experience.
In his HR Tech keynote, the global industry analyst extolled the virtues of new tech tools but warned that employees can be tough judges.
The coming decade will see new HR job roles and responsibilities, and some are needed right now.
Industry analyst Josh Bersin will kick off Day 2 with his keynote on 'The Big Shift Toward Work Tech.'
Olympian and soccer icon Abby Wambach talks about the fight for equality and inclusion — and what she values in leadership.
The annual competition for $30,000 in prize money kicked off with solutions for health care, compensation, coaching and more.
The women leading SAP SuccessFactors share their stories and describe how COVID pushed the conversation for employee stress and flex work.
The wave of women who left the workplace has had a debilitating impact on the U.S. economy.
To get 3 million women back, 'we’re going to have to be creative,' panelists said at the Women in HR Tech Summit.
COVID-19 drove women out of the workforce in record numbers. Are they poised to return to the same roles?
Younger workers are stressed by COVID-related financial troubles, but they also are very open to guidance from their employers.