Talent


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    Opinion

    How to identify and retain talent in the ever-changing workplace

    One of the most important things an HR professional can do is listen to both employees and potential hires, writes Elizabeth Rieveley, CPO of MeridianLink.

    By Elizabeth Rieveley • April 11, 2024
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    Positive culture drives well-being while Gen Z values flexibility, workers say

    “Younger Gen Z workers appear to prize autonomy, a work-life balance, and the ability to customize their work time,” a Wiley executive said.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 11, 2024
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    Trendline

    Top trends in employee engagement

    Employee engagement can be a bit of a puzzle. In recent years, employers have realized it’s more about meaningful work — and less about free snacks.

    By HR Dive staff
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    Column

    Sociable: LinkedIn announces verification for recruiters to help address scam pitches

    The new recruiter verification will be available to recruiters who use LinkedIn Recruiter beginning in mid-April. 

    By Andrew Hutchinson • April 10, 2024
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    AI at work

    Business leaders say AI is already changing organizational structure

    A majority of leaders are developing a change management strategy, and many are making significant AI investments and talking to employees about AI.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 10, 2024
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    Humility, not just self-promotion, is a path to leadership, study finds

    Leading with humility boosts a culture of learning, where people can admit mistakes and recognize each others’ strengths, researchers said.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 10, 2024
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    Job flexibility, security may promote work-related mental health, study says

    Certain workplace changes may reduce work stress and encourage workers to seek services when needed.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 9, 2024
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    Home Depot confirms breach of employee data

    The retailer said a vendor error led to the exposure of identifiable information of some employees.

    By Nate Delesline III • April 9, 2024
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    Q&A // 5 minutes with

    5 minutes with the Walmart US chief people officer

    Judy Werthauser opens up about the art of leadership — and her love of Pitbull.

    By April 9, 2024
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    Big tech unites around AI workforce training for 100M workers

    Microsoft, Google, Intel, IBM and SAP are among the companies in the Cisco-led consortium to prepare workers in roles the technology will most likely impact.

    By Lindsey Wilkinson • April 9, 2024
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    By the numbers

    The future of work, according to employees

    Workers offered their predictions for the next 30 years, touching on the job market, AI and remote work.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 8, 2024
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    Employee sentiment rebounds, likely reducing exits, consulting firm says

    Although positive sentiment remains lower than in early 2023, workers may be less likely to leave their jobs during the next two quarters.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 8, 2024
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    Election 2024

    Employees unlikely to quit over politics — but are split on engaging at work

    "Although differing political views may not prompt exits, the prevailing sentiment underscores a strong consensus for maintaining neutrality in the workplace,” HiBob’s CEO said.

    By April 8, 2024
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    Opinion

    How CHROs can build a data-driven HR function

    HR teams need pros that can play three key roles: the analytics expert, the decision enabler and the strategic consultant, write two Gartner specialists.

    By Alex Chertoff and Tim Pasto • April 5, 2024
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    Professional caregivers experience ‘shockingly low bar’ in onboarding quality, survey finds

    Onboarding strategies continue to have an important role in engagement, particularly at a time when employees’ perceived job security is in flux.

    By April 4, 2024
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    The great stagnation: Workers feel replaceable amid hiring push

    A disconnect between employer perceptions and worker realities around advancement points to an opportunity for worker upskilling, a report said.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 4, 2024
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    Q&A // 5 minutes with

    5 minutes with Thrivent’s chief human resources officer

    In her years in the industry, Kelly Baker has seen talent management come center stage.

    By April 4, 2024
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    Opinion

    Bridging the talent gap in the semiconductor industry

    Engaging with the broader community and offering flexible work environments could recruit more workers, writes KPMG’s Lincoln Clark. 

    By Lincoln Clark • April 3, 2024
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    Employee confidence rebounds but remains near record lows: Glassdoor

    Workers are concerned about job security, as well as their company’s potential growth, which could indicate a need for clearer internal communications.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 3, 2024
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    ChatGPT use is up, including at work

    Employees under age 30 are most likely to report using the generative AI tool for tasks in the workplace, Pew says.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 3, 2024
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    Tearing the paper ceiling: How one executive rose through the ranks without a degree

    Companies with degree requirements can miss out on candidates like Kristen Faris, who skipped college and founded her own company.

    By April 2, 2024
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    Remote work holds more appeal for women, Indeed finds

    Across all ages, employed women are more likely to cite a desire for remote work as a reason to seek a new job.

    By Carolyn Crist • April 2, 2024
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    Q&A

    ‘How to have a voice at a table’: Stanley Black & Decker’s Maria Ford on women in manufacturing

    With more than 25 years in the industrial space, Ford talks about the importance of visibility in women's leadership and shedding old stereotypes.

    By Joelle Anselmo • April 1, 2024
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    AI at work

    What is a chief AI officer — and do you need one?

    Not every company will have to jump in and hire an AI executive at the C-suite level, but they are becoming more commonplace, experts said.

    By Jen A. Miller • April 1, 2024
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    Beyond April Fools’ Day: Hiring managers share the foolish behavior that costs candidates the job

    A report reveals what off-putting and prank-worthy interview behavior has gotten candidates the boot.

    By April 1, 2024
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    Nearly half of women report gender bias, discrimination during hiring process

    Women in the C-suite were even more likely to report biased or inappropriate questions during job interviews, according to The Muse.

    By Carolyn Crist • March 29, 2024