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As part of our look ahead to 2021 challenges, Ayco’s Greg Wilson says employers' focus on benefits should include financial wellness.
Cheaper isn’t always better; HR needs real numbers to make that case.
Calendly’s Jeff Diana thinks tech companies need a more forward-looking approach to HR given this year’s changes.
Differentiating bias and discrimination is an important first step.
Experts say that times of great change should be seen as opportunities to help organizations form new habits.
Genpact’s longtime HR leader sounds off on the challenges and opportunities 2020 has brought.
Remote work makes performance management more challenging but also even more important.
Well-positioned to handle the pandemic because of its tech focus, the company still had changes to make.
The vast majority of human resource managers don’t know how to manage a project.
Bristol-Myers Squibbs' Robert Carruthers shared the organization's experience with internal hiring at HR Tech.
Implementing tech doesn’t mean HR has to lose the human touch. From DEI to employee resilience, use tech and data to improve talent management.
'HR really needs to get in front of what’s happening now as well as prepare people for future growth,' says one HR Tech speaker.
Among the dozens of sessions, attendees will hear how technology can help HR with D&I and new data about pandemic-related resilience and engagement.
HR Tech panelists say digitization, agility, inclusion, skills and enabling employees are all key to succeeding in the pandemic and beyond.
HR leaders are looking to revamp their learning offerings, according to a new report unveiled Tuesday at HR Tech.
Thousands of HR and tech professionals will gather online for the first-ever virtual HR Tech.
Verizon is partnering with the nonprofit Generations to invest in tech education for unemployed or underemployed Americans across the country.
Otis Elevators recently unveiled a new strategy for confronting racism.
New IBM research finds that employers need to better understand employee sentiment in order to weather today's trying times.
Otis Elevator’s CHRO shares the company’s lessons learned from today’s unprecedented times.