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DEVOPS INSTITUTE LAUNCHES CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM TO FOSTER LIFELONG LEARNING FOR IT PROFESSIONALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

DevOps Institute | January 28, 2022

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DevOps Institute, a professional member association and certification authority for advancing the human elements of DevOps, today announced its new Continuing Education Program. DevOps Institute's goal is to foster the spirit of continuous learning for all DevOps humans looking to advance their careers and help lead their organizations toward DevOps maturity. The Continuing Education Program equips certified members with the skills, knowledge, ideas, and learning (SKIL) necessary to stay rel...

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WALMART TO DOLE OUT THIRD ROUND OF BONUSES

Walmart | May 13, 2020

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Walmart will pay employees another cash bonus to recognize them for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a company press release. The bonus will be available to associates employed as of June 5, and will be paid out June 25.Full-time hourly associates will receive $300, and part-time hourly and temporary associates will receive $150. In total, Walmart will award more than $390 million in special bonuses with the payout.This will be the third round of bonuses the comp...

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MONEY PROBLEMS KEEP WORKERS FROM EXCELLING, POLL FINDS

HR Dive | February 18, 2020

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While 42% of U.S. employees said their financial status has improved in the last two years, nearly as many — 38% — report living paycheck to paycheck, according to the results of a Feb. 11 Willis Towers Watson poll. The report revealed 39% of workers couldn't come up with $3,000 if they faced an unexpected need within the next month. And 18% of workers who earn more than $100,000 a year live paycheck to paycheck. Seventy percent of respondents said they are saving less money for ...

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AI HIRING IS SLOWING DOWN DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, LINKEDIN SAYS

HR Report | June 19, 2020

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Demand for artificial intelligence (AI) talent did not escape the economic crunch triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. AI job posts in the U.S. slowed their growth by almost 10% according to a review of AI and machine learning (ML) job postings from Linke...

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HR STRATEGY

DEVOPS INSTITUTE LAUNCHES CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM TO FOSTER LIFELONG LEARNING FOR IT PROFESSIONALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

DevOps Institute | January 28, 2022

DevOps Institute, a professional member association and certification authority for advancing the human elements of DevOps, today announced its new Continuing Education Program. DevOps Institute's goal is to foster the spirit of continuous learning for all DevOps humans looking to advance their careers and help lead their organizations toward DevOps maturity. The Continuing Education Program equips certified members with the skills, knowledge, ideas, and learning (SKIL) necessary to stay rel...

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WALMART TO DOLE OUT THIRD ROUND OF BONUSES

Walmart | May 13, 2020

Walmart will pay employees another cash bonus to recognize them for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a company press release. The bonus will be available to associates employed as of June 5, and will be paid out June 25.Full-time hourly associates will receive $300, and part-time hourly and temporary associates will receive $150. In total, Walmart will award more than $390 million in special bonuses with the payout.This will be the third round of bonuses the comp...

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MONEY PROBLEMS KEEP WORKERS FROM EXCELLING, POLL FINDS

HR Dive | February 18, 2020

While 42% of U.S. employees said their financial status has improved in the last two years, nearly as many — 38% — report living paycheck to paycheck, according to the results of a Feb. 11 Willis Towers Watson poll. The report revealed 39% of workers couldn't come up with $3,000 if they faced an unexpected need within the next month. And 18% of workers who earn more than $100,000 a year live paycheck to paycheck. Seventy percent of respondents said they are saving less money for ...

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AI HIRING IS SLOWING DOWN DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, LINKEDIN SAYS

HR Report | June 19, 2020

Demand for artificial intelligence (AI) talent did not escape the economic crunch triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. AI job posts in the U.S. slowed their growth by almost 10% according to a review of AI and machine learning (ML) job postings from Linke...

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