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A new Biden executive order aims to promote job mobility and competition by limiting the use of such agreements.
Some big companies are partnering with the social media platform on a pilot program using video resumes.
Increased talent competition may have more candidates "bluffing" during negotiations.
In a candidate-driven market, Recruitment Research is hiring leaders’ secret weapon to unearthing top talent.
There's a big demand for AI-based recruiting tech, according to a new report.
Multiverse is expanding into the U.S., with a sharp focus on DE&I.
From Walmart's VR training to Zoom's remote work strategy, here's what you might have missed in HR tech news this week.
CHRO Lynne Oldham shares what the company is doing to become more employee-centric.
A new report advocates for leveraging metrics to hold leadership more accountable for DEI goals.
The future of work arrived quicker than anticipated, and tech can help HR keep up, says HR Tech keynoter Ravin Jesuthasan.
Zebra Technologies’ Jeff Schmitz shares how the organization is navigating disruption.
This kind of employee experience app is 'where work software is headed,' says one analyst.
HR's Rising Stars: John Klein of Maxim Integrated has used his own personal challenges to become a better leader.
HR's Rising Stars: A former hospitality employee, Jennifer Singman of Kapsch TrafficCom says her past career prepared her for a future in HR.
HR's Rising Stars: ClearCompany's Angie Wideman-Powell got creative with everything from retention to enhanced DE&I efforts and more.
The urgency of developing women leaders has risen nearly 20 points since before COVID, according to a recent survey.
Workhuman’s mission has become even more integral since the pandemic, says CHRO Steve Pemberton.
Lessons learned in 2020 can strengthen employer relationships with employees, whether they're relocating, working remotely or gig partners.
The software giant's move comes as scores of research finds that employees do not want to return to the office full-time.
'Human,' or soft, skills are able to transfer across jobs and industries.