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With salary budgets at a 20-year high, what HR needs to know

A new WorldatWork survey finds that budgets continue to rise globally.

Pay equity: Who should be in charge?

A new survey finds a major disconnect between whom employees and employers think should have responsibility for fair pay practices.

Employers prepare for significant jump in healthcare costs

Seven in 10 employers expect moderate to significant increases in the cost of health benefits over the next three years, according to Willis Towers Watson.

Managing the people side of change in times of rapid growth

Although the process is a collective effort, HR is foundational to successfully navigating through the changes that come with growth and transformation.

2023 looks to be a ‘banner year’ for salary increases

About half of employers are planning raises next year, according to a new survey.

CHROs to HR tech vendors: The ‘year of grace’ is over

The annual Sapient Insights research reveals signs of an evolving HR tech landscape.

How McDonald’s reduced time-to-hire by 60%

At HR Tech, Alexa Morse of McDonald’s shared the success of McHire, the burger chain’s AI-enabled hiring platform.

Bersin: Skills and talent intel dominate the HR tech market

The HR technology market is robust, but consolidation and recession concerns could impact the solutions HR leaders choose.

Workday adds skills import/export feature to its HCM solution

As HR leaders look to retain talent, the vendor looks to improve skills management. 

Overcoming roadblocks when creating an HR systems strategy

HR Tech keynoter Stacey Harris shared Monday that, for a successful HR systems strategy, leaders need to know their business and who is competing for IT dollars.

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