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Retention

Among the top 2023 benefits trends: affordability and family support

The vast majority of companies say they are looking to enhance their health and benefit offerings next year in order to attract and retain talent.

How to create a workplace that works for women

Listening and responding to the shifting needs of employees is key.

Hiring 4,000 employees and retaining talent: Meet Indeed’s new chief HR leader

Priscilla Koranteng shares why employee listening and empowering employees can help companies stay competitive.

Recession or not, employers need to get better at hiring, not firing

New research finds that employees still intend to be job hunting even if the economy trends downward.

Here’s a good reason for employers to value remote work

One market inevitability could be enough to sway some employers toward remote options.

Number of the day: remote v. in-person employee performance

New data 'signals that innovative remote and hybrid approaches to work indeed are working,' says one expert.

Why the talent shortage is here to stay, according to Cornerstone’s CEO

Himanshu Palsule also discusses what CHROs look for in an L&D platform, his acquisition plans and why employees will need L&D training, recession or not.

Josh Bersin: New jobs report doesn’t suggest a recession to me

This isn't looking like a recession, the industry analyst writes. Instead, 'the role of human capital in the economy is continuing to rise.'

The latest trends for retaining talent in today’s uncertain economy

Remote work opportunities are just a piece of the retention puzzle, a new pulse survey shows.

L&D is king today, but too many orgs may be making this mistake

Learning programs can be powerful for retention—if done right.

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