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How to prepare for the contingent workforce rise of 2023

To be at the top of the talent game, employers need to pay close attention to the needs of this workforce segment.

How to help workers struggling after a mass shooting

Experts offer six strategies for supporting workers, including checking in with employees, sharing mental health resources and more.

Trimming benefits because of the economy? You may want to think again

New research from Monster demonstrates the connection between benefits and retention.

Top tips for strengthening EX in 2023 from Patagonia’s former CHRO

Dean Carter, former Patagonia CHRO and new people leader at Guild Education, says employee experience can come down to just one question.

What can HR expect after the midterms?

With the 2022 midterms past, a benefits expert says critical legislation will continue the trend of inaction due to a missing middle ground.

5 things to know about mental health in the workplace

In recognition of World Mental Health Day, here's how employees are faring and how organizations are responding.

Employee health, happiness to take center stage at benefits conference

Thought leader Jenn Lim will open the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, set for May 3-5 in Las Vegas.

‘The ultimate HR act:’ These lessons from 9/11 remain relevant today

Two decades later, HR leaders are dealing with a different, more disruptive crisis but one that is also testing what it means to address employee needs. 

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.'

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