David Shadovitz

David Shadovitz is editor emeritus and former editor and co-publisher for HRE.

Reflecting on Three Decades in HR

HRE’s founding–and departing–Editor Dave Shadovitz reflects on 32 years at the helm during a time of great transition for HR.

Inside Job

Many employees would prefer to look inside their organizations for new and better positions.

3 Trends That Are Transforming Wellbeing

HBLC presenter discusses latest research that shows a shift to sophisticated cost-containment models.

HR Tech Expands Asia Presence

The future of work and the workplace are themes at both the Singapore and Shanghai events.

What’s Keeping HR Up at Night in 2019?

Engaging and retaining employees are among this year's pressing issues.

Is “Chainsaw Al”‘s Legacy a Thing of the Past?

The level of attention being paid to employee engagement and workplace experience is evidence of how far businesses have come.

Googlers to Board: It’s Time to Change

Google workers, along with shareholders, are continuing to pressure Alphabet's board to act on their concerns.

Will Amazon HQ2 Truly Be a Talent Magnet?

A just-released study suggests many metro D.C. employees may be ready to switch jobs.

HR’s 10 Big Losers of 2018

This year’s HR losers include United Airlines, Google and public-sector unions.

HR’s 10 Big Winners of 2018

This year’s winners in HR include Amazon's HQ2 cities and franchise-heavy employers.