Filling jobs is indeed an important topic, but it’s not the only one facing HR as Day 2 got underway at the annual Society for Human Resource Management’s annual conference.
HR pros spoke about topics such as health care and the 2020 Election, workplace loneliness and substance abuse issues in the workplace.
Workplace experts and practitioners speak to Workforce editors about everything from hiring ex-cons to managing successful vendor relationships to health care issues in the 2020 election. Don’t miss it!
As France bested Brazil on the world stage, Day One of the annual Society of Human Resource Management’s annual gathering on a Las Vegas stage offered little spark or insight about SHRM’s current and future state. Tomorrow, however …
Three livestream sessions are set for Monday and Tuesday from the annual Society for Human Resource Management conference in Las Vegas.
Now in its 9th year, 40 Game Changers from across the globe were recognized for their innovative people-management practices.
HR is one choice. But so is the C-suite and even a decentralized plan to embed communications folks in every department.
Questioning SHRM’s relationship with those who do not share or represent some members’ people management values is inherently a good thing.
The latest round of promotions in the HR world include Nationwide’s Angela Bretz, Zimmer Biomet’s Pamela Puryear and Providence St. Joseph Health’s Greg Till.
U.S. publishing company Human Capital Media, the parent of Workforce magazine and Workforce.com, is acquired.