Building a diverse and hybrid workforce is complex; technologies can help.
A new IDC report shows that CHROs need to widen their scope, become business partners and not see themselves as mere champions of the HR department.
It's a decision with immense ramifications, says a new think tank report.
CHROs expect HR function budgets to be under constant pressure in the year ahead. Make sure to protect what’s important.
As your organization considers its vaccination strategy, think carefully about what you plan to communicate to, and ask of, employees.
Several forces will shape work this year and beyond, including employee experience, the gender-wage gap, employee monitoring and the COVID-19 vaccine.
With organizations resetting and adjusting to a new post-pandemic environment, HR leaders need to think differently. Gartner highlights five decisions that they need to immediately make.
Labor market data provides a more complete picture of available talent, improving the success of diversity hiring initiatives.
Vital to be commercial leaders and gain deeper business insights for strategic human capital management.
Building critical skills and competencies continues to top the list of priorities for HR leaders in 2021. Also on the radar — organizational (re)design and change, and leadership.
While some of the tools shape global corporate cultures, it may be time for them to focus on profits.
But will the special relationship last beyond the pandemic?
It’s especially important to take a pulse of employee engagement during times of disruption. If you survey employees, here are nine key questions to ask.
As the pandemic resets major work trends, HR leaders need to rethink workforce and employee planning, management, performance and experience strategies.
New Gartner survey shows that only 12% of HR leaders think their organizations have been effective at increasing diversity representation.
Facts and figures show that women leaders have a better handle of the COVID-19 situation, while technology — surprisingly — only makes the gender inequality worse.
A willingness to call out mistakes and concerns at work has proved vital in hospital operating theatres. It is a lesson we can all heed.
Yet gender bias measures in Australia just show how much we don’t seem to care.