Why your on-site workers worry as you tend to remote employees
On-site employees are feeling neglected while organizations focus on remote workers, a new ADP survey reveals.
4 ways to turn the Great Resignation into the Great Revival
Instead of looking at what's causing the Great Resignation, HR needs to focus on finding solutions.
Why flexibility is just the start to draw women back to the workforce
Women who left the workforce during the pandemic need more than flexible schedules to return, says author and talent expert Kathleen Quinn Votaw.
How to increase female leadership to help avoid gender blind spots
These four strategies can boost diversity in your organization and in your executive ranks, this Silicon Valley CHRO writes.
HR’s big task: Getting women back in the workforce
To get 3 million women back, 'we’re going to have to be creative,' panelists said at the Women in HR Tech Summit.
A lost generation of working women: How to bring them back
Women in HR Tech speaker Christine Tao believes technology plays a role in coaching women so they can return to the workforce stronger than before.
4 ways to make your new hybrid workplace equitable for women
This Women's Equality Day, efforts to level the playing field have never been more important.
Number of the Day: Women’s Equality Day
Some progress has been made in terms of female representation on boards and in the C-suite, but HR needs to keep moving the ball forward.
Why working women need a ‘culture of inclusion’ right now
With more childcare uncertainty looming, employers can make changes to help their female workforces, says Randstad's Rebecca Henderson.
HR tech news this week: Aug. 9-13
From looming 'childcare uncertainty' to treating service professionals like software engineers, here's a quick look at some of our top tech stories.