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Why the new skills revolution needs the right HR technology

HR and TA leaders walk a fine line when it comes to hiring new talent.

Upskilling is do-or-die, but employees also need a career path

Here's why a clear career path with promotion and compensation must accompany your L&D offerings. 

Your company spent big on training and development, but is it working?

Here’s why it's crucial to measure the impact. 

Josh Bersin: Why the Cornerstone-EdCast deal will have ‘a huge impact’

The deal means Cornerstone is now 'one of the most mature and end-to-end skills engine providers in the market,' the global analyst writes.

What Cornerstone’s acquisition of EdCast means for HR tech

Companies looking to attract and retain talent will have to deal with a hot learning and development market.

Amid the Great Resignation, why some employers are boosting L&D budgets

More organizations than ever are recognizing the connection between learning and retention, according to a new survey.

Why HR needs to know about parental discrimination laws now

Family responsibilities discrimination is an area of employment law that doesn’t get enough attention from employers or employees, experts say.

What’s most important in workplace contact tracing?

HR needs to proceed with caution, especially around confidentiality.

Why HR needs to watch out for ‘immunity discrimination’

‘Immunity discrimination’ could become HR’s next legal nightmare.

Peter Cappelli: A pushback on mandatory arbitration

A recent court case has turned the tables ever so slightly on employers that imposed mandatory arbitration requirements on their workers.