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Learning and development

How T-Mobile is helping women return to the world of tech

Career development solution provider reacHIRE provided the tech the telecom giant needed to help women find tech-forward positions.

What 4 recent HR tech deals say about the future of skills

The skills revolution took center stage in a number of acquisitions announced in June.

Why the talent shortage is here to stay, according to Cornerstone’s CEO

Himanshu Palsule also discusses what CHROs look for in an L&D platform, his acquisition plans and why employees will need L&D training, recession or not.

Josh Bersin: New jobs report doesn’t suggest a recession to me

This isn't looking like a recession, the industry analyst writes. Instead, 'the role of human capital in the economy is continuing to rise.'

L&D is king today, but too many orgs may be making this mistake

Learning programs can be powerful for retention—if done right.

Is today’s rapid L&D vendor consolidation good for HR?

Recent acquisitions by Cornerstone and Degreed mean fewer options for HR leaders but an opportunity for greater focus when upskilling employees.

Worried about layoffs? Here’s what HR should (and shouldn’t) do

Strategy, communication and empathy are key.

With the student loan waiver about to expire, will employers step in to fill the gap?

Employers are increasingly recognizing the value of education benefits on employee experience and wellbeing.

Rising Star finds success building an HR function from the ground up

Dashlane’s Mafalda Garcês has gotten comfortable with wearing many hats and aligning HR with the company’s wider business model.

Rising Star goes all in on VR talent marketplace for MGM Resorts

Developing the careers of the casino and hotel giant meant taking real and virtual steps for Mandi LaRue, director of organizational effectiveness.

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