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HR Tech Quick Hits: Oracle Netsuite’s new tools; embracing remote/hybrid work

Plus, Workstream and Sharebite share funding news and HRCI adds a new board member.

How Farmers Insurance embeds DE&I in the C-suite and companywide

Chief People & Diversity Officer Mark Welch shares why the company aligns DE&I with organizational strategy.

HR Tech Quick Hits: New from Microsoft Viva; recruitment no-shows

Microsoft adds a trio of new tools to its HCM, new HR leaders join growing firms and a free app for managing deskless workers in small offices.

Pay equity: Who should be in charge?

A new survey finds a major disconnect between whom employees and employers think should have responsibility for fair pay practices.

2023 looks to be a ‘banner year’ for salary increases

About half of employers are planning raises next year, according to a new survey.

How McDonald’s reduced time-to-hire by 60%

At HR Tech, Alexa Morse of McDonald’s shared the success of McHire, the burger chain’s AI-enabled hiring platform.

HR Tech Quick Hits: The power of AI in employee skills identification

Also, EIghtfold AI partners with New York and Betterworks expands.

Bersin: Skills and talent intel dominate the HR tech market

The HR technology market is robust, but consolidation and recession concerns could impact the solutions HR leaders choose.

HR Tech Quick Hits: TA tech still growing; L&D lessons

Plus why more employers are investing in continued education and upskilling to improve employee retention.

EX is becoming central to the CHRO role. Here’s why that matters

Amid attraction and retention challenges, HR leaders are rethinking the employee experience.

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