'HR really needs to get in front of what’s happening now as well as prepare people for future growth,' says one HR Tech speaker.
These technologies are helping employers land the right talent with the least amount of hurdles, according to speakers at the HR Tech Conference.
In an HR Tech keynote, author Marcus Buckingham shares new insights on resilience and how to measure the workforce's ability to recover from a challenge.
AI and big data are opportunities for HR to enhance the employee experience, particularly in areas of DEI.
Organizations are successfully transitioning to virtual hiring and onboarding—and may continue it post-pandemic.
Rehired employees typically perform at the same level as they did in their past job.
With an expected hiring boom for the 2020 holiday season, employers will need an effective TA platform to manage high-volume hiring.
Before her HR Tech keynote, Tolbert spoke with HRE about HR's role in advancing D&I.
Resilience, among both HR leaders and employees, has never been more important, says the author and consultant.
Otis Elevators recently unveiled a new strategy for confronting racism.
From open enrollment during a pandemic to Starbucks’ new election perk for employees, here are some of the week’s top stories.
For World Mental Health Day on Oct. 10, a look at how and why smart employers are stepping up to help employees as rates of depression and burnout soar.
HR Tech keynoter Dr. Tolonda Tolbert says business leaders can accelerate anti-racism efforts.
HR needs to proceed with caution, especially around confidentiality.
The Sapient Insights Group managing partner explores some of COVID’s long-term HR impacts.
True workforce experience is about building connection, not settling for connecting alone.
New research shows organizations feel increasing responsibility for workers' financial wellness—especially during the pandemic.
HR Tech keynoter Stacey Harris sounds off on what it takes to put together the industry’s biggest research report.
‘Immunity discrimination’ could become HR’s next legal nightmare.