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American College of Surgeons’ CHRO Michelle McGovern relies on strategic partnerships to build a world-class HR function.
Seasoned HR executive Lynee Lucque is transferring those experiences to another tech start-up.
Experts say open and respectful conversation is key to maintaining civility.
Experts say temperature takers and contact tracers will be common at many newly reopened workplaces.
The pandemic has reshaped attitudes about remote working, but employers aren’t ready to ditch the office entirely.
Coronavirus has pushed HR’s priorities to focus on a “more agile worker-centric view of the world,” says this HR Tech Influencer.
Working with their counterparts across the organization, HR can help ensure a smooth, safe return to the workplace.
Storytelling, even virtually, fosters healthier employees and teams, experts say.
In a world where “social distancing” has become the new norm, organizations are increasingly looking to foster a sense of belonging.
Veteran HR executive gears up to help her organization usher in the “new normal.”
With millions of Americans working remotely, employers are finding creative ways to mark the annual event
The HR standout brings extensive experience to a fast-growth tech start-up.
With millions of employees suddenly working remotely—and little time to prepare—employers are scrambling to ensure cybersecurity.
Employees and future candidates will remember the response.
How Karen Niovitch Davis harnesses the people power of the financial-services sector, and how COVID-19 has impacted the world of HR.
How can employers help homebound employees who are juggling a convergence of responsibilities?
With people over 60 at heightened risk of severe illness, how should employers respond?
How can employers remain proactive without causing panic?
Successful culture change often follows a simple three-step process.
Organizations are increasingly recognizing that culture is far more than just a buzzword.