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Golden Opportunity
Employee engagement, data and analytics, and recruiting and talent management will be major themes at the upcoming HR Tech Conference, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this fall.
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Recruiting Gets Real
Employers are beginning to integrate virtual reality into their recruiting efforts, and experts predict the technology will someday prove useful in other HR-specific areas such as onboarding and training.
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Delivering Tough Messages
In Truth at Work: The Science of Delivering Tough Messages, Mark Murphy offers insight into how to take the sting out of potentially difficult workplace discussions.
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Is Your Culture Working For or Against You?
Today's leaders face a new era of corporate reputational risk from both inside and outside their walls, making it more important than ever to articulate and embed a shared purpose and set of values that will serve as a guiding light during troubled times.
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Finding Their Way
U.S. employers and foreign job candidates now must get past complex new immigration barriers created by the Trump administration.
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What Good HR Looks Like
While HR is responsible for roughly half of an organization's operating costs, most HR professionals don't have the skills to be true business leaders. Here are some ways to build the skills HR executives need to excel.
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The Unseen Struggle
Employers are increasingly taking a more proactive, multi-pronged approach to managing the costly and often overlooked issue of mental health.
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Healthy Employees, Healthy Company
Expanding benefits and wellness offerings -- and rolling out benefits in unconventional ways when necessary -- was a recurring theme at HRE's fifth annual Health & Benefits Leadership Conference.
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HR's Rising Stars
HRE's 2017 "Rising Stars" distinguished themselves in a variety of industries as problem-solvers with bright futures in the HR profession.
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An Ethical Divide
Are millennials more likely than older generations to lie to their employers and sabotage their co-workers? New research suggests the answer is an unequivocal "yes."
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