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How do you attract young professionals in a pandemic?

A program that promotes Kansas City as a talent destination is shifting its approach to internships.

What the freeze on foreign worker visas means for HR

President Trump's order will cause employers to look for ways to adjust. It won't be easy, say experts.

HRE’s Number of the Day: #BlackLivesMatter

Job candidates want to see a positive response to the movement from future employers.

Why HR can’t forget the D&I agenda

Experts say the pandemic could deepen already-existing inequalities.

Innovative approaches to talent management

Employee sharing strategies have moved to new levels during the coronavirus pandemic.

How communication can make a difference during workforce reductions

Effective messaging can help an employer rebound and optimize performance.

HRE’s number of the day: remote work optimism

Here’s how many workers say their industry can succeed with work-from-home arrangements–and what it means for HR leaders.

Recruiting: Making moments that matter

Hiring (and keeping) the best candidates often comes down to building strong connections during the recruiting process.

Averbook: How HR is writing the book on coronavirus

We need to unlearn traditional onboarding, performance management and governance.

Sage-Gavin: HR innovation, from 7 women in 14 days

People + Work Connect will have a transformative impact on HR.