Elizabeth Clarke

Elizabeth Clarke is executive editor of Human Resource Executive. She earned a journalism degree from the University of Florida and then spent more than 25 years as a reporter and editor in South Florida before joining HRE. Elizabeth lives with her family in Palm Beach County. She can be reached at [email protected].

2024 HR’s Rising Stars awards: Deadline extended for nominations to March 15

Human Resource Executive’s annual competition to recognize up-and-coming HR leaders is now open. Nominate your rising stars today.

2023 Top HR Tech Products of the Year: Confirm

What it is: Confirm bills itself as the faster, fairer, simpler performance review that stops burning your time, money and culture. Use science and...

2023 Top HR Tech Products of the Year: Workday VNDLY

What it is: Workday VNDLY is an extended workforce and vendor management system that helps organizations plan, source and optimize critical external skills to run...

2023 Top HR Tech Products of the Year: Reejig Work Ontology

What it is: Reejig’s Work Ontology™ unbundles traditional job architectures into their atomized components, such as skills required, tasks and task adjacency, requirements and...

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Apple names its first chief people officer, and a longtime HR leader at Colgate-Palmolive now helms the National Academy of Human Resources. Plus other moves in HR.

Meet Walmart’s new U.S. chief people officer

Judy Werthauser will join as chief people officer, Walmart U.S., to help drive belonging, wellbeing and digital work.

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.

Microsoft’s CHRO on balancing the benefits of flexible work and burnout

New National Academy of HR fellow Kathleen Hogan shares her thoughts on the future of HR, how HR leaders can excel, how technology fits in and more.