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Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program Extended Until 2025


This credit is known as the Work Opportunity Tax Credit ( WOTC ), which is available through 2025. contains a provision that extends the WOTC program through December 31, 2025. The chaos of recruiting. Managing disparate systems. Trying to reduce employee turnover.

6 Features that Will Optimize Your Employee Onboarding Software

HR Daily Advisor

In the past few years, organizations have begun to realize the importance of a holistic approach wielding cutting-edge, technology-based eLearning materials to ease the orientation process and set up new team members for later success. Tools such as video-based learning and gamification improve knowledge retention and employee engagement. LMS tools help streamline the new hire onboarding process for employers, too. Find the Right Software Features.


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The Best Talent Acquisition Strategies for 2022


Why are so many organizations continuing to handle employee recruitment like it’s an auxiliary cost item to be left to the HR people, when it’s really a core business function with direct links to the profitability and the long-term success of an organization? Strategy #5: Employee Retention.

How to Become a Chief Human Resources Officer: What You Need to Know

Analytics in HR

The future of HR is rapidly evolving as technology does, which means that the core role of the Chief Human Resources Officer is changing too. This is in line with the company’s greater vision to “drive the shift toward a sustainable transport system.”

Brandon Hall Group Research, October 2021

Brandon Hall

Learn more about innovative, cutting-edge HCM topics on HCMx Radio , a podcast focusing that weaves current market research, HR technology and industry leaders into each episode. We will discuss how a combination of agile thinking and a strong technology ecosystem can change the norms of corporate learning forever. For over 27 years, we have been delivering research-based solutions that empower excellence in organizations around the world.

The Compelling Case for Upskilling and Reskilling Your Workforce


suggest that 39 percent to 58 percent of worldwide work activities in operationally intensive sectors could be automated using existing technologies. Manufacturing engineers, for example, could be trained on how to write program code or to be software engineers.