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From how employers are addressing racial health inequities to why a vaccine mandate could spark a backlash, here are some of the week’s top stories.
How what one analyst calls a 'unique' approach could help with DEI hiring, which is historically difficult within the tech industry.
Work this year probably will be 'messy, confusing and challenging' but also inspiring and rewarding, she writes.
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.
Joe Whittinghill shares the value of a learning culture during turbulent times.
Six actions employers can take to support workers of all genders.
A new survey finds that U.S. executives are most concerned about COVID-19, vaccines and a possible recession.
COVID-19 and workplace discrimination actions have employers paying attention.
Where there's change, there's an opportunity to make things better.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in Wednesday in Washington, D.C., marking an employee-friendly switch for HR.
New research from Limeade reveals a wellbeing discrepancy in organizations. HR can equip leaders to help close the gap.
Tomorrow's leaders, MBA students at historically Black colleges and universities, want business leaders to hear their vision for an all-inclusive workplace of the future.
From how one retailer is encouraging its workers to get a COVID vaccine to the most-coveted employee benefits, here are some of the week’s top stories.
While research shows executives and employees don’t always agree on the best path forward for post-COVID-19 ways of working, there’s still opportunity.
'We are not going back to the way it was.'
HR should use 2020 as a wake-up call.
The connection between personalized learning and high-performing organizations can't be overstated, Cornerstone's chief marketing and strategy officer says.
Stress triggers are different from employee to employee and can impact how people respond to our turbulent times.
The best way for HR leaders to start fresh next year is to first leave as much of this year as possible complete, checked off, and neatly tied up.