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We are proud to announce Chano Fernandez is joining as Co-CEO alongside CEO and Co-founder Ashutosh Garg, starting January 2024. The former Co-CEO at Workday, Fernandez will now help transform HR once again, this time with AI.
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We surveyed over 250 HR leaders and nearly 1,000 employees in the 2022 talent survey. Here are three of the biggest talent strategy trends.
How providing career mapping for a contingent workforce helps build relationships and pathways for successful long term career journeys.
Using an AI platform for talent, companies can look across their network to see who has the potential for effective succession planning.
How are contingent workers’ demands — and their relationships with employers — changing? Here’s what companies need to know.
This is a unique opportunity for HR leaders to rethink their organizational design, skills, and jobs and prepare themselves for what's ahead.
We will no longer list a college degree as a "must-have" requirement for most roles.
Talent Upskilling enables organizations to meet critical talent needs and get future-ready by developing their network.
Learn a new way to build passive talent pools using AI to build a community of talent around a certain skill or role.
A profound opportunity to shift the mindset of hiring managers on what an ideal, qualified candidate looks like in the real world
It’s a candidate’s market, and expectations have changed. Here’s how employers can succeed with worker-focused hiring processes.
Levit stresses the importance of not only listing jobs and the specific experience needed to excel in that job but also the skills that are associated with that job.
Employee expectations for their careers and the companies they work for have changed. Here are four key lessons for every HR team.