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].

4 questions on future of work with the CHRO of The New York Times

Jacqueline Welch, a new Fellow of the National Academy of HR, is leaning on her deep HR experience to navigate the challenges coming in 2024.

Coaching: the performance management tool of the future at AstraZeneca

Managers and leaders at the biopharmaceutical giant are being trained to enhance their coaching capabilities, driven by employee demand.

6 must-haves for continuous performance management as Q4 reviews wane

As fewer organizations assess performance just once a year, experts share how HR can strengthen continuous performance management strategies in this in-depth report.

How making ‘work fun’ helped this credit union cut turnover in half

Texans Credit Union revamped company culture, with a focus on fun, driving significant improvements in retention.

Two HR vets named as 2023 NAHR Fellows

New York Times CHRO Jacqueline Welch and Cornell University’s Christopher Collins are the newest Fellows of the National Academy of Human Resources.

As high-profile strikes tentatively end, what is the lasting impact?

UAW and SAG-AFTRA strikes appear to be coming to a close. But, experts say, union activity nationwide remains on the upswing.

What will HR leadership look like in 2024?

HR experts from New York Times, Texans Credit Union and Cornell University say global uncertainties will redefine the HR leader role in 2024.

The future of work is ‘work in any way’ at this global tech company

Katherine Loranger, chief people officer at the HR tech platform provider Safeguard Global, says the company is broadening its definition of flexibility.

Avantor’s CHRO on how culture, change management fueled the company through COVID

Brittany Hankamer says leadership and employees have been willing to pivot and reprioritize to meet recent challenges.

Pay hikes in 2024: What do employers have on the horizon?

New research from finds that half of employers planning raises for 2024 will be giving them to 50% or less of employees.