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Historic Issue of Clothing and Textiles Research Journal to Debut with A Meet the Editors Virtual Event

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Ames, IA – Meet the Editors will feature Drs. Eulanda Sanders, Samii Kennedy Benson and Denise Caleb Thursday, December 3, 4 p.m. (CST) in a virtual 1-hour session. Join these three remarkable women as they discuss an upcoming historic issue of The International Textile and Apparel Association’s (ITTA) Clothing and Textiles Research Journal (CTRJ), published by Sage Publications, where…

Many Employers Are Not Supporting Employees Enough with their Career Development – According to New Study by the HR Research...

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Obstacles caused by the Covid-19 pandemic have necessitated many companies adapting and restructuring their talent management strategies.  Employee development for optimal talent mobility and versatility is more critical than ever before.  Regardless, research results indicate that only about half (54%) of human resources (HR) professionals say their organization has a career development process. The free research report, The State…

HR.com Announces ‘Future of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion’ Advisory Board for 2021 to Advise HR Research and Beyond

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second Jacksons Point, Ontario, Canada  – HR.com, the largest network of human resources (HR) executives, has announced their Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Advisory Board for 2021.  The varietal advisors will collaborate to positively influence the HR industry’s thought leadership and best practices through primary research. In working closely with the HR Research Institute (HRRI) team, the newly-appointed advisory board will…

Modern Hire Reveals Research on AI Consent Language in Hiring

Read Time3 Minute, 42 Second CLEVELAND and DELAFIELD, Wis., Nov. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Modern Hire, the all-in-one enterprise hiring platform that enables organizations to continuously improve hiring experiences and outcomes with trusted science and technology, today revealed conclusions and implications from a research study on artificial intelligence (AI) disclosures and consent statements in the hiring process. The study is the first to understand candidates’ attitudes toward AI…

New Research Shows Dramatic Shift In Priorities Among Business Executives

Read Time22 Second This month Accenture introduced a two-year research project on the increasingly important role of HR, and it uncovered a dramatic shift in priorities among senior business executives.. The big finding? Business and HR leaders have dramatically changed their perspectives: employee wellbeing has replaced operating efficiency. The research, which Accenture calls Net Better Off, involved … Read more» The post New Research…

It’s Imperative for HR to Focus on Building a More Effective Technology Suite – According to New Study by the...

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Jacksons Point, Ontario, Canada —A vast majority of human resources (HR) professionals see their portfolio of technology solutions as being a high priority, but few organizations are happy with their solutions. There is much room for improvement in many companies, as just 3% say the quality of their HR tech stack is ‘top-notch.’ The free research report, The State…

Latest HCI and Cornerstone Research Explores Why New Skilling is Critical Right Now

CINCINNATI, OHIO – September 8, 2020 – The Human Capital Institute (HCI), and their partners at the Cornerstone People Research Lab, the research arm of Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSOD), are releasing new research: “The Revolution is Now: New-skill Your Workforce to Catalyze Change.” The business impacts from recent social and economic change is compounded by an emerging revolution in work.  The advancement of…

Employee Background Screening is Escalating – According to New HR Research Study

Employee background screening has grown even more common over the last several years, and such screening applies to a broader range of workers than ever before. Today, 90% of employers screen all full-time employees, up from 86% in 2019 and 83% in 2017. What’s more, employers have also become more likely to screen part-time employees and contingent employees as well as volunteer workers. The…

Employers Quickly Adapt Performance Management to New Challenges – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, many employers are adapting their performance management (PM) priorities and processes. Although such changes are important, they also make it even more challenging to improve today’s under-performing PM systems. The free research report, The State of Performance Management 2020, is now available for download.  For the third consecutive year, HR.com’s Research Institute conducted the study of HR professionals…

Hiring the Best Talent Is Still a Priority for Businesses – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

Despite the economic setback and higher unemployment rates associated with the coronavirus crisis, talent acquisition (TA) remains a high priority for most organizations. Recent human resources (HR) research found that most HR professionals (81%) say their organization considers hiring the best talent to still be among their top ten priorities. Fewer, however, say hiring great talent is their single top priority (17%) or among…

Companies View Coaching and Mentoring as Critical in the Covid Crisis – According to New Study by the HR Research...

In the age of the Covid-19 pandemic, employee coaching and mentoring are not being put on the back burner. Instead, they are quickly adapting by relying on videoconferencing and other virtual technologies. This adaptation has happened so quickly that HR professionals still see coaching as important (57%) and half still view mentoring as important.  In fact, most (72%) report that their organizations will make…

Conversations with Black Talent Professionals: Drake, Executive Search Research Assistant, New York City

How a top Executive Search & Management Consulting Firm failed an exceptional Black graduate– in both the recruitment process and in his first year on the job. “I don’t think there’s an initiative that could help…I don’t go to sleep at night feeling optimistic about how the situation could improve. Because I sit and I watch companies give their employees Juneteenth off, and that’s…

Expectations for HR are Higher than Ever Before – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

Even before the current coronavirus pandemic, most human resources (HR) professionals were unprepared to thrive in the future. Now that the crisis has hit, more is demanded from HR than at any other time in history. The free research report, The Future of the HR Function 2020, is now available for download.  HR.com’s Research Institute conducted the study of HR professionals to better understand…

Organizations’ Struggle with Diversity and Inclusion is Real – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

Only 23% of human resources (HR) professionals view their own company’s diversity and inclusion (D&I) practices in the “advanced” or “vanguard” stages of D&I maturity.  Further, of those with direct responsibility for D&I, only 16% say more than half of their role is allocated to that function. The free research report, State of Diversity & Inclusion 2020, is now available for download.  HR.com’s Research…