September 25, 2022

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HR technologies news week of July 26

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From the tech emphasis on expertise to how to most effective strategize and deal with the persisting pay out gap, listed here are some of the top rated tales this 7 days.

How a lot of companies are actually future-ready? Despite the fact that the globe is potential-concentrated, couple of companies have actually geared up their enterprise functions for that long term, a new report demonstrates. In truth, a world study by Accenture shows just how couple organizations have arrived at the most advanced stage of readiness. Read a lot more.

The shell out hole persists: Why persons analytics is additional critical than at any time: Businesses all over the environment are strategizing for the write-up-pandemic workplace by pressing the reset button—revamping choosing practices, techniques to flex get the job done, organizational culture and more for a new world. It’s also a prime chance to examine inequities in pay out, specialists say. Read additional.

How HCM insights can help you arise more robust after the pandemic: The earlier approximately 18 months have sent worries that HR leaders are nevertheless sorting out—and no question will be for lots of months to arrive. Mainly, HR executives have experienced to repeatedly change priorities: from safety and return-to-workplaces to redeploying and reskilling talent, DE&I, worker knowledge and the upcoming of operate. A session at the impending Oracle people convention will discover those matters and a lot more. Read more.

Boese: How HR tech is responding to the new emphasis on capabilities: Most companies are experiencing related challenges in the next 50 percent of 2021. Of course, emerging from the pandemic, navigating employee protection and wellbeing and managing new methods of operating are possible continue to major. But a next set of HR difficulties is obtaining important awareness. These are some of the expertise difficulties that ended up, pre-pandemic, at the front of the HR agenda. Read far more.

Elizabeth Clarke is executive editor of Human Resource Government. She earned a journalism degree from the College of Florida and then spent additional than 25 a long time as a reporter and editor in South Florida just before joining HRE. Elizabeth lives with her relatives in Palm Seaside County. She can be attained at eclarke@lrp.com.

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