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Experts: 'Quiet cutting' employees makes no sense, and it's costly

The recent trend of reassigning employees into roles designed to push them to quit could ultimately cost your company more money — and damage internal morale.

Onboarding remote employees doesn't have to be hard

Since not all employees return to the office, companies must onboard remote employees effectively

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HP exec: There’s no going back to the pre-pandemic workplace

Unlike many companies mandating a return to office, HP has settled on a more relaxed view of hybrid work, enticing workers to come in with the latest technology and letting them and their managers choose when they need to be in the...

Amazon's return-to-office mandate won't work out

No matter how many companies demand that their employees return to the office, the shift to remote work that occurred during the pandemic isn't going anywhere.

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As UAW seeks 4-day workweek, the idea gains ground with US workers

The United Auto Worker union's push for a four-day workweek, among other negotiation demands, indicates the idea is gaining traction among both workers and employers.

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The most in-demand AI skills — and how companies want to use them

Studies from job listings and professional networking sites detailed the top attributes would-be hires are highlighting and companies are seeking. No surprise: various AI skills top that list.


How to build employee trust as AI gains ground

One in four workers do not feel trusted by their employer, and as more organizations roll out or pilot AI platforms to unlock efficiencies, employees are fearful of being replaced by a machine.

The future of work is AI-enhanced and remote

Two of the biggest unresolved questions in business this year are whether remote work is here to stay and how AI will affect jobs. We're starting to get some clues about the answers.


Q&A: TIAA's CIO touts top AI projects, details worker skills needed now

Sastry Durvasula, the chief information and client services officer at TIAA, has been leading an initiative to deploy AI in a myriad of business operations to create greater efficiencies and improve client experiences.

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Hybrid work is entering the 'trough of disillusionment'

As more organizations, including governments, call employees back to the office at least part of the workweek, the love affair with remote and hybrid work may be cooling off.

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Biden: Get federal workers back in the office

An email from the White House to Cabinet members urged them to get employees back into federal buldings in order to improve service and "customer experience."

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Gamers: Corporate America wants you

Companies struggling to find tech talent are keenly focused on hiring workers with skills, not just a computer science degree. Soft skills, in particular, are highly sought after — especially those gamers acquire while gaming.

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Return-to-office mandates rise as worker productivity drops

Bosses are imposing more strict in-office mandates as new data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics showed productivity has slumped slightly since the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Companies that trialed a 4-day workweek continue to reduce time on the clock

Six months after the end of a four-day workweek study, companies that participated continued to cut back on hours, claiming employees are happier and just as productive.

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Cisco says this week’s layoffs were announced last November

But employees say whether the layoffs are fresh or previously announced, they’re still losing their jobs.

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AI-skills job postings jump 450%; here's what companies want

Job listings that include AI-based skills are growing rapidly as organizations look to create new efficiencies internally and for clients. But there's a dearth of AI-skilled talent, so many companies are training employees while...

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Q&A: HPE global talent exec credits AI, chatbots for bolstering hiring

HPE has been using AI-based talent acquisition technology that has literally turned a lackluster career site and hiring process on its head and reached more than 950,000 candidates.

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Q&A: How AI can help enterprise HR automate employee experiences

Working closely with her company's IT department, STL Chief Human Resources Officer Anjali Byce has continued to experiment with artificial intelligence to automate employee experiences — and keep her finger on the pulse of worker...

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NYC law governing AI-based hiring tools goes live

The new law, aimed at organizations using automated hiring tools, will require regular audits of those tools to prove they don't have baked-in biases against gender or race.

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AI will kill these jobs (but create new ones, too)

While experts agree AI will automate many manual, low-level tasks, it will also free up workers to take on more important jobs, such as project management and AI training and auditing.

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