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There's a big demand for AI-based recruiting tech, according to a new report.
Every company is going to be more like a start-up than it ever wanted to be.
Multiverse is expanding into the U.S., with a sharp focus on DE&I.
Employees who don't work at a desk are craving enhanced communication with their employer and peers, according to a report.
With hurricane season getting an early start, it's a good time for HR leaders to check and update their disaster plans for the COVID era.
Employees are finally ready to travel again—advance planning and tech solutions can help manage the logjam.
More than a third of employees working from home report a decline in their mental health. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Conference Chair Steve Boese highlights how the increased focus on DE&I will be reflected at HR Tech.
From Mailchimp’s burnout strategy to how employees feel about masks, here are some of this week’s top stories.
From Walmart's VR training to Zoom's remote work strategy, here's what you might have missed in HR tech news this week.
The retail giant is using technology to help employees practice empathy, have difficult conversations during COVID-19.
CHRO Lynne Oldham shares what the company is doing to become more employee-centric.
The Top HR Products of 2021 review process produced some interesting observations about what corners of the market are flourishing.
The tech firm is giving its 1,200 workers its second collective week off in seven months.
A new survey finds that current events are driving up ER issues, causing even more demand for analytics solutions.
Castlight Health’s Richa Gupta says alignment with purpose is more important now than ever.
New data about preferences on masks at on-site work locations has implications for employers.
A new report advocates for leveraging metrics to hold leadership more accountable for DEI goals.
HR Tech keynoter Marcus Buckingham shares his latest research on what he says is a 'hugely significant' issue for HR.
A majority of workers say they would leave their jobs if compensated less for working remotely. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.