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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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News, insights, and stories to inform and inspire your HR transformation.
Technology and consumers are changing finance. A future-ready workforce is a key element to a successful digital transformation in banking.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, the following is a brief introduction to some of the women in leadership roles at Eightfold that embody potential and continue to champion Eightfold’s mission.
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The Department of Labor and other government agencies are putting AI to use in understanding how skills support career success.
AI-powered talent intelligence technology helps combat a talent crisis by giving public sector employees more power over their careers.
AI-powered talent intelligence enables HR teams to build richer career maps to meet employee expectations for envisioning their career path.
Ericsson turns to AI for the acquisition and management of the tens of thousands of people it hires annually.
Organizations are moving toward a more integrated approach to employee career management with AI-based talent intelligence tools.
The U.S. semiconductor industry is changing rapidly. To keep up, companies will need to hire for skills and potential.