Coping with WFH: the HR Community Speaks

The number of salaried employees working from home has never been higher. Google has announced it will let employees work from home until the end of the year. The...

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The Future of Commercial Real Estate Depends on HR’s Coronavirus Response

HR leaders and commercial real estate firms will have to collaborate in shaping the workplace of the future. Their response to this challenge will have a big impact on...

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The Weekly Dose: @Fountain_Inc – Hourly Recruiting Reimagined

Today on The Weekly Dose I take a look at the hourly recruiting technology, Fountain. Fountain is a technology designed to make high volume hourly hiring more efficient, easier,...

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Firm fires woman threatening black man in viral video

‘We do not tolerate racism of any kind,’ the company said Read Complete Article

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3 Considerations for Managing Remote Workforces Beyond the Pandemic

At warp speed, the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020 has taught us many lessons.  A key pandemic lesson for businesses across the globe should be the importance of factoring in...

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Leadership Confidence Strong During 2020 Pandemic

What happens when outside forces wreak havoc on a group? In some cases, the group can lose momentum, and in other situations, the group bonds strengthen. In the current...

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Why HR leaders need skills-based hiring now

A college degree used to be the golden ticket to kickstart a professional career. A stamp of approval from higher education on your resume was the fastest on-ramp to...

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HRE’s number of the day: employee morale

24%: Percentage of small and medium-sized businesses that say maintaining morale is their biggest challenge during the pandemic When asked by payroll administrator TriNet about their single biggest challenge...

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Edward Jones’ coronavirus strategy: Keeping employees (virtually) connected

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, financial services firm Edward Jones was in a pretty good position to handle it, all things considered. It had the technology and strategies in...

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Opening the Kimono on Natural Language

Opening the Kimono on Natural Language  The working world is rife with clichés, repeated ad nauseam in meetings, thought leadership, and the like. You hear things about peeling back...

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