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HR Query: CHRO Insights on HR Automation and Employee Retention

Recent research shows that HR professionals spend nearly 8 hours a week on routine, administrative tasks. With the proliferation of AI, barriers to automation are falling rapidly, and HR leaders need to take advantage of automation tools that enhance efficiency and save precious time and resources. While automation can streamline HR operations, it can also […]
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Faces of HR: How Connie Ross Fosters Belonging at 84.51°

As a seasoned media buyer for more than 16 years, Connie Ross’ passion for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) led her down a path of purpose. A pivotal moment in 2020 ignited a desire to create opportunities for underrepresented voices and ensure everyone has a seat at the table. Her media background may seem […]
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Rethinking Workplace Mental Health: Navigating the Pandemic’s Impact

In the blur of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers around the world scrambled to implement mental health solutions and strategies to support their workforce. But as things have (mostly) returned to normal, a critical question has surfaced: Have these efforts made a meaningful impact? The rise of therapy within the U.S. accompanied by the continued fall […]
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Redefining Workplace Perks for Modern Employee Needs

Attention business leaders: forget casual Fridays and quarterly pizza parties. Do you want to know the game-changing secret to motivating your teams today? They want training. The rise of remote work and skills-based hiring means workers are embracing training as the key to advancing in their careers. That means that for employers, it’s a win-win […]
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Challenges and Strategies for Giving Feedback to Gen Z

Providing feedback to Gen Z employees can be uniquely challenging for managers. As the youngest generation in the workforce, Gen Z has distinct characteristics and communication preferences that can differ significantly from older generations. And yet, finding a way to connect with this generation is essential for the future of every business, because Gen Z […]
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The Power of Soft Skills in the Age of AI

While it’s expected that artificial intelligence (AI) will replace certain job functions, the emergence of ChatGPT and other generative tools has everyone from content creators to software developers wondering about the longevity of their careers. But humans have something AI doesn’t—the ability to understand and connect with other humans. So, how do enterprises find the […]
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Faces of HR: The Pilot Leading HR to New Horizons—Cliff Jurkiewicz

Cliff Jurkiewicz is a self-described “technologist, musician, and pilot,” and his diverse experiences have blended to create a unique perspective in the world of Human Resources (HR). While his 30-year journey began in design and technology, culminating in leadership roles at a digital advertising agency and a successful software firm, Jurkiewicz’s true passion lies in […]
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From Health Educator to D&I Leader: Shavonne Washington-Krauth’s Makes an Impact at Children’s Nebraska

Shavonne Washington-Krauth, Director of Culture and Inclusion at Children’s Nebraska, has built her career on a foundation of health behavior change and research. Her journey from a health educator to a key leader in diversity and inclusion (D&I) is a testament to her dedication to fostering inclusive workplaces. Through her proactive approach, she has made […]
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Virtual Layoffs and Employee Rights – What are the Best Practices?

Laying off employees in today’s business and legal environment can often feel like a minefield and a potential public relations nightmare for employers. Layoffs are by their nature a complex and sensitive process with significant legal implications, especially when employees are working remotely. However, terminating employees virtually has proven to be even more difficult for […]
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Some Business Leaders Welcome RTO-Driven Employee Attrition

We have previously discussed  the potential trade-off between talent recruitment and retention on the one hand and Return-to-Office (RTO) policies on the other. Many employees have expressed a strong preference for remote work, with some stating they would rather quit than return to the office. This sentiment has raised concerns about the impact of RTO […]
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Is eLearning the Key to Filling the Skilled Trade’s Gap?

While we’re already seeing how artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and other forms of generative technology have the potential to eliminate jobs and reshape the workforce, for the foreseeable future, there are many activities that will still need a trained, human touch. Whether it’s an oil change or maintenance on a vehicle, plumbing, and electrical work, […]
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The Challenges Facing Gen Z in the Workplace

Generation Z is the future of the workforce. That’s not meant as some kind of puffery for this youngest cohort of workers; it’s a simple fact. Gen Z is already on par with Baby Boomers in terms of workforce participation numbers, and they’re expected to overtake Millennials sometime in the next 20 years. But many […]
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Navigating Political Waters: Tips for Managing Political Discussions in the Workplace

In 2024, around the world, more voters will be electing leaders of their countries than in any time in history. The temptation to discuss politics in the workplace will probably be at an all-time high, but these conversations are fraught with peril. Here are a few ideas from an experienced conflict resolution professional about how […]
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HR Query: The Blueprint for Exceptional Workplace Cultures

Where many organizations struggle to hold engagement and morale, there are some who boast 70% engagement rate among employees, a staggering 14:1 ratio of engaged to disengaged employees, and cultures that employees rave about. What sets these top-performing organizations apart? A strategic approach to nurturing their most valuable asset: their people. Whether employees are working […]
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5 Key Diversity and Inclusion Best Practices that Drive Behavior Change

By Meagan Aaron Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are crucial for fostering an inclusive environment where all employees can thrive. But creating a truly inclusive workplace goes beyond policy – it’s about cultivating genuine behavior change. Human resources professionals can support this transformation by integrating DEI best practices into learning and development (L&D) initiatives. Here […]
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4 Time Management Techniques for Human Resources Professionals  

If you’re an HR leader, you’re well aware that time is a valuable asset. Your to-do list never seems to shrink, even as the clock keep sticking and the days turn into weeks.  You’ve got applicants to interview, new hires to onboard, and an employee base to tend to. Often, HR leaders are juggling multiple […]
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