Peter Cappelli is HRE’s Talent Management columnist and a fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources. He is the George W. Taylor Professor of Management and director of the Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He can be emailed at [email protected]
The four-day work week: Is it for real?
A study in the U.K. found that, after shortening the work week, things were better for employees—and at least no worse for employers.
The problem with financial accounting—and how it’s holding talent management back
The financial benefits of good management rarely show up in traditional accounting strategies.
The end of GE’s Crotonville: What it says about L&D
The firm's dedicated learning center is shutting down, suggesting a wider trend in learning strategies.
Quiet quitting: Why it’s exactly what should be happening today
'Going forward, we have to get better at managing performance,' writes Wharton and National Academy of HR expert Peter Cappelli.
Here’s a good reason for employers to value remote work
One market inevitability could be enough to sway some employers toward remote options.
3 insights for learning to manage with inflation again
The real nightmare for employers? We can’t easily plan for it, Wharton's Peter Cappelli writes.
What the new federal report on the labor market means for HR
In light of the U.S. Treasury research, more enforcement is on its way to tackle wage distortion.
Cappelli: Has the time come for employers to mandate vaccines?
We are all disappointed to read another pandemic column, but it continues to be the hot topic. At the moment the particular issue is...
Where are all the workers?
Employers have a major issue with how they view the supply chain of talent.
Cappelli: 3 reasons the ‘calculus has changed’ on vaccine mandates
As more Americans than not are vaccinated, employers need to consider the impact of not mandating vaccines.