Jen Colletta

Jen Colletta is managing editor at HRE. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in writing from La Salle University in Philadelphia and spent 10 years as a newspaper reporter and editor before joining HRE. She can be reached at [email protected].

Bracing for AI’s impact: How HR can manage the uncertainty

A recent ADP report finds stark differences in how workers think AI will impact their jobs. And HR can help bridge those gaps, experts say.

3 key learnings from Microsoft’s journey to adopt AI in HR

The leader of Microsoft's efforts to incorporate AI into the tech giant's HR function offers strategies for driving adoption and ensuring meaningful impacts.

This HR leader is ‘on a mission’ to reinvent the perception of HR

OmniCable’s Cora Walker says her HR team has worked to strengthen company culture and reimagine what HR means to employees.

How Skillsoft is encouraging employees to ‘experiment’ ethically with gen AI

While some orgs are hesitant to allow employees to use generative AI, Skillsoft's Ciara Harrington says her company has a different approach.

Why L&D can be key to the success of a skills strategy

At HR Tech Online, RedThread Research's Dani Johnson highlighted L&D's role in developing and advancing a skills strategy.

What’s new and next in core HR and payroll as AI evolves?

Leveraging tech to strengthen the foundation of core HR and payroll can align those two areas, according to HR Technology Online keynoter Pete Tiliakos.

How a new approach to problem-solving drove Humana’s HR transformation

At this week’s HR Tech Online, Humana’s Kali Hayes detailed three focus areas of the health company's HR transformation.

The ‘engagement illusion’: What leaders have all wrong about employee engagement

New research finds a significant perception gap on employee engagement between leaders and employees, which could create retention risks.

Employee turnover dropped 12% in one year at this food company. Here’s how

SpartanNash CHRO Nicole Zube shares the recipe for turnover success, which includes everything from total rewards to a focus on skills.

The 4 traits former Google exec Laszlo Bock says today’s CHROs are missing

The HR vet recently announced a new six-month training program at Berkeley aimed at creating transformative CHROs.