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5 new NAHR fellows discuss HR’s top trends, challenges for 2022

HR leaders at Chevron, Eastman Chemical, Accenture, Endeavor and Estee Lauder cite such issues as cloud-based technology and collaboration.

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NAHR welcomes five new members

Talent, technology and turnover are on the minds of the 2019 class of HR leaders as they join the industry organization.

3 new fellows join the National Academy of Human Resources

Leaders from NextEra Energy, Microsoft and The Home Depot are the newest additions to the prestigious organization.

NextEra Energy’s CHRO on staying curious and connected for HR success

New National Academy of HR fellow Deborah Caplan describes how technology helps fuel the people function at the company that owns Florida Power & Light.

5 questions with The Home Depot’s CHRO

Timothy Hourigan, one of three new National Academy of HR fellows, describes how his company manages its large deskless workforce, promotes internal mobility and more.

Employees want more from work in 2022. Here’s how to deliver

HR leaders say employers have to be attuned to new employee expectations.

Amid Build Back Better, why paid leave is HR’s social responsibility

As employers await a Senate vote on President Biden’s social spending bill, how could the legislation impact the future of paid leave policies?

Chevron CHRO: Worker health and safety ‘front and center’ for 2022

Rhonda Morris, newly installed as a fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, shares her reflections on the pandemic and insights for next year.

Amid Build Back Better bill, why paid leave is HR’s social responsibility

As employers await a Senate vote on President Biden’s social spending bill, they need to understand how the legislation could impact the future of paid leave policies.

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