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Key to H&R Block’s Great Resignation and COVID strategies? Better benefits

The new benefits are 'an important part of our culture,' says the vice president of total rewards.

How spotting your top HR tech opportunities can help relieve burnout

HR Tech Virtual opening keynote speaker Josh Bersin describes tech opportunities for the year ahead and how to stay connected to employees.

Looking to slow the Great Resignation? It’s time for a skills revolution

Here's why Mark Stelzner and Mary Faulkner of IA HR believe transforming the foundation of work and HR technology—and the mindset supporting them—are key.

Tech’s vital role in TA as recruiters themselves join the Great Resignation

AI and data transformation can ease the burden on talent acquisition and recruitment professionals, which might help keep them in their critical organizational roles, experts say.

Why connection is key for the new remote environment

Panzura CHRO Amy Tran says HR has to get creative to drive employee engagement.

How Intel relies on inclusion in retention and hiring—for big results

While many companies have been playing catch up when it comes to achieving diversity, equity and inclusion goals, Intel has been measuring its DEI...

Bersin: Why the talent marketplace will be ‘central to HR tech’

As a result of the current and widespread disruption of the labor market, companies are heavily pushing internal development. And one key element of...

Hoping for hybrid, remote success in 2022? Look to your leaders

As 2022 gets underway and employees’ expectations continue to evolve, employers are racing to develop future-of-work plans that take into account what their workforces...

Amid Build Back Better bill, why paid leave is HR’s social responsibility

As employers await a Senate vote on President Biden’s social spending bill, they need to understand how the legislation could impact the future of paid leave policies.

To improve EX and agility, many HR teams are restructuring

A majority of HR leaders are revamping how their departments work–and choosing technology last, an APQC survey finds.

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