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HR Trends in a COVID-19 World

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More than three months have passed since the early days of March when the World Health Organization characterized COVID-19 as a global pandemic. Truth be told, 2020 has been a strange year, and whatever we thought was going to happen (i.e., ATS CRM Talent Management

Employment-Based Immigrants Not Likely to Be Flagged as Public Charges

SHRM Resources

24, and multiple lawsuits against it have been filed.The updated rule, meant to screen out permanent residence applicants deemed at risk of becoming dependent on government benefits (referred to as being a public charge), exp. ?Employment-based immigrants to the U.S.

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Moving Into the Future

HRO Today

From analytics to AI, six leaders share their predictions for the key trends that will disrupt HR in the coming decade. What do the 2020s have in store for the HR industry and HR practitioners? To be successful over the next 10 years, HR practitioners must focus on five areas.

The Top 40 Job Titles in Human Resources

Ongig

In this article I share 4 pieces of research I hope will assist you in using the most effective HR job titles: HR Job Titles Hierarchy — An pyramid of the basic org chart of HR teams. Examples of the job titles used in the 6 tiers/levels of those HR titles. HR Temp.

What is an HR technology roadmap and why should it be included when shaping your five-year people strategy?

LACE Partners

In the first of a four-part series of HR Technology blogs, the team at LACE Partners sat down with Executive Director of HR Technology Max Bailey, to talk through how to realise your digital HR people strategy. Why refresh (or create) your HR technology roadmap.

Insights from Sterling’s 4th Annual Healthcare and Life Sciences Summit

Sterling Check

Underscoring the challenges facing industry recruiters and talent acquisition professionals, the meeting’s first speaker, DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Group Supervisor Luke Settles, discussed trending drug use and best practices for screening.