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Australia native Stuart Robertson’s new role as chief people officer of AvePoint centers on growth as the company prepares to go public.
HR’s Rising Stars: Freddie Mac’s Judy Huie has a penchant for processes, which has enabled HR to stay strategically focused.
Ayana Champagne of Ferring Pharmaceuticals says the recent HR challenges have refocused the company’s investment in its people.
JAGGAER CHRO Michele Hamill’s change management expertise and lateral job moves prepared her for the unexpected in 2020.
New Relic’s Kristy Friedrichs puts strategy at the heart of HR.
PayScale’s Shelly Holt is on a mission to help business leaders envision and adapt for an uncertain future.
BRP Partners Chief Colleague Officer Erin King says today’s HR lessons translate beyond the professional world.
Deluxe Corp.’s Jane Elliott says treating people as a company’s most important asset is key to business success.
Employees will come through these challenging times with new understandings about how to work more effectively, says this 2020 HR Tech Influencer.
Facebook and Twitter aren’t alone in the shift to remote work.
Addressing employees’ real financial problems has never been more important.
Looking to the past may help HR leaders figure out a plan for COVID-19.
Building company culture has been at the heart of her work in the tech world.
Most employers overlook job candidates’ white lies—and worse.
HBLC speaker Rabah Kamal explores one of employers’ biggest benefits challenges.
How to personalize and extend the appreciation all year long.
Getting to lead CR’s people strategy by advancing an innovative, diverse workforce was a “dream come true.”
With game design and new approaches to behavioral health, FIX Health app encourages employees to boost step count, exercise minutes.
The longtime HR leader departs Symantec later this month.
Leadership positions often go to extroverts, even though they’re in the minority.