HR Daily Advisor Launches Two New E-Newsletters Focusing on HR Technology and Employee Benefits

Two new e-newsletters from BLR’s HR Daily Advisor will provide HR, HRIS, and employee benefits professionals with the latest news, research, and educational opportunities

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers of all sizes had to quickly adapt to remote work—paperless recordkeeping, virtual interviews, and new employee engagement and retention strategies. Many employers are simultaneously struggling to find qualified candidates for open positions, necessitating new benefits strategies, like sign-on bonuses or increased employee referral rewards.

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In response to these changes, the HR Daily Advisor is excited to announce the launch of two new e-newsletters delivering weekly news and analysis on HR technology and employee benefits trends.

On June 16, 2021, the HR Technology e-newsletter was launched to provide updates on the constantly changing landscape of human capital management software and systems. It features hundreds of vendors across recruiting, talent management, payroll, time and attendance, learning, and more and covers cutting-edge strategies and insights on the future of HR, diving deep into artificial intelligence, automation, and more.

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On June 9, 2021, the Benefits e-newsletter launched to help keep HR professionals informed on the latest tactics used to attract and retain employees. In 2020, home office stipends, childcare benefits, reimbursements, telemedicine, and flexibility all took center stage. But HR professionals should also be thinking about how their benefits plans integrate with DEI strategies and their total compensation plans.

“HR professionals are tasked with more responsibilities than ever, and in a hot hiring market, keeping on top of trends is a competitive advantage,” says Josh Zygmont, content director at the HR Daily Advisor. “These e-newsletters will help our audience to build, engage, and retain their employees, while also preparing for what the next 5, 10, or 15 years may look like in HR.”

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