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Companies most admired for HR in 2022

Find out more about who’s on this year’s list and how the top-rated companies are innovating in the areas of sustainability and ESG.

Amid ‘triple squeeze’ of pressures, HR setting its sights on leader effectiveness

A new report from Gartner illustrates how uncertainty and new pressures facing HR are shaping their 2023 agendas.

Why people data analytics is poised to drive big change in 2023

Data analytics expert Hallie Bregman believes that people data can help develop careers, offboard workers ethically and discover hidden biases.

The end of GE’s Crotonville: What it says about L&D

The firm's dedicated learning center is shutting down, suggesting a wider trend in learning strategies.

How this HR exec quadrupled her workforce in 10 years

Katrina M. Jones, of social service organization Acacia Network, is tasked with hiring employees who can bring not just skills, but also ‘care, compassion and empathy.’

What the explosion of non-routine work means for HR

Instead of using automation to replace jobs, employers should be leveraging tech to improve them.

AI Bill of Rights: Why it’s the beginning of what HR, HR tech need

HR tools that rely on artificial intelligence should be tested before deployment for bias and monitored regularly to ensure they are safe and effective, according to the new guidelines.

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.

Employee experience startup takes Pitchfest win

SPOTLYFE takes home the $25,000 prize for its tool, which co-founder Josh Schwede compares to a 'check engine light' for employee burnout.

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

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

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