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New year, new priorities: 5 common CHRO themes

Eightfold

HR leaders have been under immense pressure to quickly deliver against a mountain of shifting priorities that include virtual work, record hiring demand, growing resignations, promoting well-being, DEI enablement, and so much more. .

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The Latest BLS Data Reinforces HR Leaders’ Top Priorities for 2023 (i4cp login required)

i4cp

Let's look at four components: job opportunities, hiring, quit rate, and layoffs. Hiring After increasing slightly in October, total hires ticked down a bit in November. All of this wisdom and more is available in our 2023 Priorities and Predictions report.

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How Digital HR Solves Business Challenges

HRO Today

Schneider Electric is transforming its human capital management approaches one tech solution at a time. It’s a daily occurrence that employees attend video conferences, use workplace productivity apps, and receive smartphone notifications. Promising areas can include recruiting, skills management, and career development. Work with companies that have the willingness and expertise to build out the HR technology stack. Olivier Blum is CHRO of Schneider Electric.

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Our Commitments to Equity: May 2022 Progress Update

Workday

All of our efforts to achieve greater belonging and diversity (B&D) within our workplace and our communities are informed by our four guiding principles , which helped us develop our one-year and three-year commitments in 2020. Hiring and Developing Diverse Talent. May 2022.