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Exploring the virtual future of L&D

HRExecutive

About a year ago, HR solutions provider Paychex started transitioning many of its learning and development programs to virtual settings. So, when the coronavirus pandemic forced American workplaces to transform nearly overnight , the company was ready.

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Credential platform aims to be game-changer for HR, employees

HRExecutive

About two years ago, Yvette Cameron and Dror Gurevich of Velocity Career Labs put their heads together to look at some of the ongoing HCM problems plaguing both employers and employees. Rising to the top of the list was data management, particularly, the fragmented nature of employee credentials. That’s where the Velocity Network Foundation comes in. Related: Here’s the first look at the Select HR Tech agenda.

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Are Managers Cutting It As Coaches?

HRExecutive

to attend Aon Hewitt’s Top Companies For Leaders Think Tank. My main objective there was to meet one-on-one with representatives from some of the 25 companies that were on hand to be recognized as one of Aon Hewitt’s “Top Companies for Leaders.”.

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Rewards and Recognition Take the Lead in Driving Global Engagement

Rallyware for Human Resources

Employee engagement is driven by a number of factors including management and leadership within a company, career opportunities and enabling infrastructure – whether or not employees have the tools and training to do their jobs well. According to AON Hewitt, this may no longer be the case. . The authors acknowledge that few organizations can significantly increase compensation across the board. What can we expect in the future?

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