Are executive pay cuts the ‘bold move’ your organization needs?
CEOs of Apple and Goldman Sachs are among a handful of high-profile execs who will be taking pay cuts amid economic uncertainty.
As fears of a recession spread, how can HR prepare?
New research sheds light on just how worried employees and employers alike are.
A staggering number of people are now afraid of losing their jobs
Employee anxiety is soaring as recession fears grow. Here’s what it means for HR leaders.
HR Tech Conference 2022: How to make critical TA tech decisions
Technology is playing a central role in helping employers solve today's hiring challenges.
Number of the day: employees looking for new jobs
More data further proves the Great Resignation is far from over—and indicates what HR leaders can do to help sway workers to stay put.
Recession or not, employers need to get better at hiring, not firing
New research finds that employees still intend to be job hunting even if the economy trends downward.
Why the talent shortage is here to stay, according to Cornerstone’s CEO
Himanshu Palsule also discusses what CHROs look for in an L&D platform, his acquisition plans and why employees will need L&D training, recession or not.
Josh Bersin: New jobs report doesn’t suggest a recession to me
This isn't looking like a recession, the industry analyst writes. Instead, 'the role of human capital in the economy is continuing to rise.'
The latest trends for retaining talent in today’s uncertain economy
Remote work opportunities are just a piece of the retention puzzle, a new pulse survey shows.
Worried about layoffs? Here’s what HR should (and shouldn’t) do
Strategy, communication and empathy are key.