The best place to start with all diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives is with understanding your workforce demographics so you can assess and prioritize what to do and where to focus. But general organizational census data is only the start.
When organizations engage third parties, they cannot overlook the importance of vendor risk management.
Continuing our series on AI and Data Ethics, this conversation with Don Weinstein is about accountability and transparency.
As organizations adapt to new workplace realities, there's an uptick in "people analytics" to improve performance and boost employee engagement. But what does this look like in practice? Here's a look at six HR-driven data trends for 2021.
In a competitive talent market, it's critically important to continuously evaluate and refine hiring processes. A technique championed by the direct-response marketing community, A/B testing, is now making its way into talent acquisition as a way to improve hiring process strategies.
Data can be an important tool for organizations looking to meet their diversity and inclusion initiatives.
HR leaders need knowledge about key benefits and potential pitfalls of moving to the cloud.
Although companies may be experiencing operational difficulties, the global health crisis should not materially affect companies in the midst of transformation projects if they are given the right attention.