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HR strategy

As pressure mounts on managers, 3 ways to improve their effectiveness

Layoffs and a possible recession are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the challenges facing today's managers.

TA leaders take note: Job applications via smartphone on the rise

As older employees leave the workforce, younger candidates expect to apply for careers with their smartphones, according to new data.

4 questions on burnout with Aflac’s CHRO

New research from the insurance giant points to a disconnect between employee and employer perspectives on mental health.

In this age of large-scale layoffs, can HR tech help you get them right?

HR leaders who are offboarding employees need to proceed with empathy while assessing the skills their organization will need for the future.

Making the case for the cost of transformation

Convincing business leaders to invest in a transformation project is a major first hurdle.

It’s time to level the playing field for part-time and gig workers

Alternative healthcare options can give workers the support they need, and help employers retain top talent.

The personal drive that led Allstate’s HR and DE&I leader to Congress

Chief Inclusive Diversity and Equity Officer Eloiza Domingo says her passion for advancing DE&I comes from her parents.

The pandemic’s surprising impact on employee engagement and enablement

A new Korn Ferry study examined how attitudes evolved during different phases of the crisis.

Companies most admired for HR in 2022

Find out more about who’s on this year’s list and how the top-rated companies are innovating in the areas of sustainability and ESG.

Implementing HR tech: 8 realities HR must realize about rollouts

HR must be 'eyes wide open' to maximize the potential of their new tech.

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