COLLECTION: August 2021 coronavirus news
Employees may quit over company vaccine requirements—whether they implement them or not, new research indicates.
Chief People Officer Sandy Cross shares three lessons from an organization with a particularly challenging DEI history.
Employees are saying they won’t play by the old rules anymore. Here are some ways employers can meet workers’ wellness needs.
The Delta variant is worsening employees’ mental health, new research finds. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
The opening keynoter for HR Tech shared ‘new rules’ for modern women in her 2019 book.
HR leaders share their strategies for alleviating workforce exhaustion in today’s uncertain world.
The use of automation tools in recruitment has grown by triple digits since last year, as the Great Resignation continues.
The head of people operations for Zenefits is eager for more HR technology around wellness and mental health.
This Women’s Equality Day, efforts to level the playing field have never been more important.
As more Americans than not are vaccinated, employers need to consider the impact of not mandating vaccines.
Along with daily ‘heartbreaking reminders’ of the dangers of the Delta variant, FDA approval likely will drive quick employer action, experts say.
Even though HR has never been more important to an organization, many employers aren’t allocating the tech resources HR deserves.
Workplaces might never return to ‘business as usual,’ writes this expert.
The desire to connect our HR tech community remains strong.
Hourly workers saw their savings improve in the last year—but it’s still not a great situation. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Plus, some suggestions about how you communicate new plans, from two Edelman leaders.
Mandates are quickly gaining traction as McDonald’s, Uber and others tell workers to roll up their sleeves.
Facing a tight and complicated labor market, employers are ‘evolving’ their approach to traditional and voluntary benefits.
HR professionals widely recognize the power of AI and plan to rely more heavily on it over the coming years.
HR Tech influencer and columnist Ben Brooks shares why a good EX needs to move beyond the instant gratification of company perks.
The work ahead won’t be easy, and ‘HR should not wait to be called upon,’ Paycor’s CHRO writes.
‘The fact that any job postings mention a vaccine mandate is astounding,’ one expert says.
Cloud production platform Tagboard shifted to a fully remote arrangement last summer. HR leader Stephanie Smith shares what leaders learned.
A new report finds benefits and drawbacks of both in-office and remote work.
Although most execs agree it should be a priority in today’s environment, many do not have concrete plans in place.
Employers’ mask guidance and vaccine strategy changed quickly as the variant spread rapidly. What does it mean for return-to-workplace plans?
The new policy is designed to ensure the health and safety of all participants.
Faced with record job openings, employers are increasingly turning to under-tapped labor pools.
Conference chair Steve Boese provides an overview of the event from program and Expo highlights to health and safety measures and even travel tips.
From looming ‘childcare uncertainty’ to treating service professionals like software engineers, here’s a quick look at some of our top tech stories.
From employers beginning to mandate vaccines to a new trend taking aim at employee burnout, here are some of this week’s top stories.
With more childcare uncertainty looming, employers can make changes to help their female workforces, says Randstad’s Rebecca Henderson.
New data on mask and vaccine mandates reveal a stark difference from previous months.
Employer incentives can be effective in swaying unvaccinated workers to get inoculated against COVID-19.
It’s time for a new focus on EX and tech for call center workers, drivers, front-line staff and operations personnel.
Australia native Stuart Robertson’s new role as chief people officer of AvePoint centers on growth as the company prepares to go public.
Education and incentives aren’t the only approaches employers are taking.
The winner of the start-up competition at HR Tech will walk away with significant product funding.
Momentum is building, as Google, Microsoft and others require workers to get inoculated.
From more accessible AI training to TA’s ‘pivotal’ moment to deliver, here’s a quick look at some of our top stories.
At the upcoming HR Tech Conference, TA pros will share some tech-focused strategies for keeping the talent pipeline full.
Burned out? Take time to check out, and make sure your employees notice.
This employment lawyer suggests organizations consider employer agreements—with a few caveats.
Dionna Smith, global head of DEI at Thumbtack, says these are must-haves for DE&I to evolve beyond recruiting.
Keep these 3 themes—and your workforce management tools—in mind while putting together return-to-work plans.
Why some companies are embracing companywide vacation periods.
HR Tech Conference keynoter Jason Averbook says leaders who use tech solutions correctly will make EX less transactional.
As many organizations continue to hire and onboard remotely, they need the right HR tech in place to support the experience.
COVID is transforming learning and development in ways that will outlive the crisis—and require leaders to ‘unlearn the old schoolbooks,’ experts say.