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Remote workers could use a reminder of their employers’ appreciation this holiday season.
HR Tech speakers encouraged leaders to engage, customize and communicate, among other strategies.
Such tools can help employers shift workplace priorities and find employees to help with other work, HR Tech speakers said.
Solutions are focused on keeping employees engaged and looking after their physical and emotional wellbeing, HR Tech speakers say.
The Josh Bersin Academy found that most employers are in the second of four stages of organizational response to the pandemic.
Purpose, supported by technology, can help move organizations through crisis, says HR Tech keynoter Stacia Garr.
HR Tech keynoter Marcus Buckingham cautions HR leaders not to underestimate the resilience of their people.
Resilience, among both HR leaders and employees, has never been more important, says the author and consultant.
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.
From why employers should act now on mental health to how financial wellness programs are changing, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Blackbaud's Maggie Driscoll says the company's culture has helped all employees, including new ones like herself, to remain connected.
With anxiety, depression and stress continuing, experts warn of serious consequences if companies don’t prioritize workers’ emotional wellbeing.
A new study found that employees are craving more career development.
Focused, digital-first engagement efforts should be supported by HR tech, but technology alone is not the solution.
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Blackbaud has focused on communication and innovative virtual programming to keep employees informed and connected.
Expert says it will boost employee engagement and drive business.
Experts say open and respectful conversation is key to maintaining civility.
Deluxe Corp.'s Jane Elliott says treating people as a company's most important asset is key to business success.