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    HR's role in the Ukraine crisis

    Between cybersecurity threats and employee management, here's a roundup of how Russia's invasion of Ukraine is unfolding in the workplace.

    March 14, 2022
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    Employers must record certain commuting injuries, OSHA says

    A recent Letter of Interpretation expands the notion of what is a condition of employment, according to workplace safety attorney J. Micah Dickie.

    By March 14, 2022
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    The HR Dive Outlook on 2022

    The year will demand employers focus on equity, total rewards and flexibility, and HR pros are the ones for the job.

    By HR Dive staff
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    Kronos ransomware attack raises questions of vendor liability

    Lawsuits stemming from a cyberattack with supply chain consequences has stakeholders considering contract minutiae. 

    By Lance Whitney • March 14, 2022
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    How employers can respond to Biden's call to hire 'skills not degrees'

    "Resumes are a lightning rod for human bias," writes Khyati Sundaram, CEO of Applied.

    By Khyati Sundaram • March 11, 2022
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    5 ways to help workers in a war zone

    "I think this is an opportunity for HR professionals to really showcase why they're there and why their function is important," Oyster CEO Tony Jamous said. 

    By March 11, 2022
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    LinkedIn's latest acquisition signals longevity of virtual hiring

    Virtual hiring has taken off due to restrictions put in place by the coronavirus pandemic, but its popularity may last beyond simple necessity.

    By March 10, 2022
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    Half of HR leaders surveyed say they're burned out and job hunting

    Workforce reports continue to point to employee burnout, and it seems HR pros haven't been spared.

    By March 8, 2022
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    How HR can prepare for a cybersecurity attack — 'before it's too late'

    Two attorneys talked analog backup plans and other lessons learned from the Kronos outage.

    By March 3, 2022
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    5 ways to support employees affected by global crises

    Russia's invasion of Ukraine has set the globe on edge and upped workers' stress. Disaster psychologists told HR Dive how employers can be supportive.

    By March 2, 2022
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    HR and C-suite Leaders: Why communication is key to talent acquisition and retention amidst "The Great Resignation"

    With "The Great Resignation" underway, the question is, "How can you beat competitors to the offer letter and engage employees long-term?" We discuss how hiring managers and C-suite leaders can better land, onboard and retain the talent they desire.

    March 1, 2022
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    Nearly half of hiring managers admit to age bias in Resume Builder survey

    "As the population continues to skew towards those who are older, we won't be able to afford losing talent because of age," predicted career strategist Bernadette Pawlik.

    By Feb. 24, 2022
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    How Schneider Electric's returnship aims to support women at work

    The mid-career internship, along with caregiver benefits, is a part of the employer's retention strategy. 

    By Feb. 23, 2022
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    'Something's gone awry': Slack went down and Twitter's reaction spoke volumes about work

    From an HR perspective, the tweets may be troubling.

    By Feb. 22, 2022
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    Opinion

    Without ongoing racial equity training, the status quo will persist

    The pressure to not name racism is powerful, and the comfort of old habits is seductive, writes Robin DiAngelo, author of New York Times best-seller "White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism."

    By Robin DiAngelo • Feb. 22, 2022
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    Opinion

    How to level up candidate experience during the Great Resignation

    The hiring process is not only an opportunity for employers to select future employees; it's also a chance for candidates to select their future employer as well, writes TaskUs Chief People Officer Rajnish Sinha.

    By Rajnish Sinha • Feb. 17, 2022
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    How to foster a company culture that prioritizes mental health

    Supporting employee mental health is no longer a nice-to-have for companies, but rather a necessity for those who wish to retain their workers.

    Feb. 14, 2022
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    Q&A

    How one collective seeks to protect Black women at work

    Dr. Angelica Geter strives to build systems and criteria that ensure Black women's psychological safety at work.

    By Feb. 10, 2022
  • Execs: Purpose-driven work attracts talent, but accountability may be lacking

    In their responses to Deloitte, a panel of corporate leaders pointed to a variety of accountability strategies their organizations implemented.

    By Feb. 9, 2022
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    Why one HR pro says stay interviews should be more than a last resort

    "Retention is always a challenge, regardless of the labor market," Kate Grimaldi of Paylocity told HR Dive.

    By Feb. 7, 2022
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    Where tax-advantaged benefits took one woman's career — and where she thinks they could take the nation

    "To the extent that we can educate people in a better way about healthcare, about being healthier, all those things are going to contribute to a healthier nation," Jody Dietel said.

    By Feb. 3, 2022
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    One nonprofit's motive for a $70K minimum salary? Employee safety

    "What's the incentive to stay, doing what it is that you love, if you could never make a living wage doing it?" asks Sean Goode of Choose 180.

    By Feb. 3, 2022
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    A roundup of 2022 HR trends

    The year will demand employers focus on equity, total rewards and flexibility, and HR pros are the ones for the job.

    By HR Dive staff • Jan. 31, 2022
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    Microsoft acquired Activision Blizzard. How will it deal with a tarnished HR reputation?

    The technology giant has much to prove to employees in fixing Activision's culture problems, sources told HR Dive. That work begins with deciding who stays and who goes.

    By Jan. 31, 2022
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    5 ways to leverage offer letter automation

    Five ways to leverage offer letter automation that save time and maintain a personalized touch.

    Jan. 31, 2022
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    CEO Emily Weiss admits Glossier 'made some mistakes' as it lays off more than 80 employees

    The brand will be shifting its tech strategy to replace some of its internal teams with external partners instead.

    By Cara Salpini • Jan. 28, 2022