At SelectSoftware Reviews, we rely on the insights of the HR community to keep us on the cutting edge of HR technology. Every month, we turn the focus onto the best articles and blog posts across the web written by leaders and practitioners in the trenches.
In this installment, you’ll find great insights from all corners of the HR spectrum. There’s an academic study on employee burnout. Multiple takes on company agility in the face of the pandemic. Even a psychological look into employee empowerment.
Be sure to check out each of our featured reads below and let us know if there’s something we missed.
Why host socials in-person when virtual is better? Ed Stevens provides 100 reasons why on the Preciate blog.
COVID-19 has put a halt on in-person events. On Blueboard’s blog, Jon Alarcon shares insightful ideas on adapting your events as the pandemic continues for.
Steven Rawlings turns to a certain batty superhero as a metaphor for company agility in a fun post on Recruiting Daily.
Jeremiah Barba asserts that agility is a must-have skill in a COVID workplace. His article on Workday’s blog shares expert insights on continuous planning in turbulent times from finance and HR leaders
At SelectSoftware, we provide the best vendors, pricing, ROI and more through detailed landscapes from applicant tracking systems to employee engagement tools. But at the end of every month, we shift away from our own resources to shine a spotlight on the best insights from across the HR blogosphere.
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