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What HR has to really do to meet its new priorities

For the second consecutive year, HR leaders have their sights set on becoming more strategic business partners.

HR tech number of the week: Re-evaluating the HR cloud

A recent wave of brazen ransomware attacks is prompting HR technologists to hit the reset button on their cloud providers.

9 principles to help HR leaders prepare for ransomware attacks

To start, HR and HR information systems leaders need to take the threat seriously.

3 ways HR tech can help employees find meaning at work

As employers consider their 2022 HR tech strategy, helping employees develop a connection to organizational purpose should be front and center.

Boese: 3 ways HR tech can help employees find meaning at work

As employers consider their 2022 HR tech strategy, helping employees develop a connection to organizational purpose should be front and center.

HR Tech Number of the Week: Ransomware attacks

U.S. businesses are a prime target for ransomware attacks, and HR departments are particularly enticing for cyber thieves.

HR tech news this week: Nov. 8-12

COVID testing technology, roadblocks to hiring veterans and the war for talent were among the leading HR technology stories this week.

5 steps HR must take to build a digital workplace 

Creating a collaborative environment demands partnership with IT and facilities management and a key role from human resources.

HR Tech Number of the Day: Cybersecurity failure rates

In Cybersecurity Awareness Month, HR leaders must realize that rushed and often dull employee training sessions are no match for today's hackers.

Why HR is critical now to preventing phishing and cyberattacks

Five steps to help your organization avoid what could be millions in damages from cybersecurity attacks.

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