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Inside EY’s $22 million strategy to get workers back into the office

A temporary fund set up by the firm reimbursed all commuting costs, dependent care costs, and pet care costs for its U.S. workers so that the barriers would be removed for office visits.

HR Tech Conference 2022: Finding a way to a successful post-pandemic future

HR and HR technology are in a transitional phase between the new, pandemic-driven ways of working and the old, familiar methods. It's time to set a new course.

Will Facebook-like features in Viva Engage help build corporate culture?

Employees wil soon be able to post pictures of their family vacations inside their Teams tool. Is this the new face of team-building?

Number of the day: inflation-driven paycheck concerns

A growing number of employees say they are looking for new, better-paying jobs because of the rising cost of living—data that signals important implications for HR leaders.

5 ways to support your HR teams in the current job climate

The unprecedented demand for talent has put new pressures on HR professionals.

Employers budgeting big pay raises for 2023

The hot job market and inflation are both driving factors.

How the mission of working in healthcare keeps this CHRO inspired

Premise Health’s Liz Reimer shares lessons from her more than two decades in HR.

Is your new hire the right fit? This talent platform can help

The candidate has accepted your job offer; now predictive talent software can reveal whether they're a good fit for your corporate culture.

Number of the day: employees looking for new jobs

More data further proves the Great Resignation is far from over—and indicates what HR leaders can do to help sway workers to stay put.

Number of the Day: unlimited PTO

New research from Glassdoor suggests employers looking to recruit and retain in today's climate may want to consider expanding PTO offerings.

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