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HR’s role at companies hard hit by COVID? Develop leaders, speed up change

The HR leader of the nation’s largest cinema advertising network is tapping into his coaching background to 'up his game' in his new role.

Why this military veteran and teacher made the jump to HR

Dr. Melissa Harts recently became CHRO at higher ed tech company Anthology.

How COVID and other disasters showed this leader HR’s purpose

Major disruptions like Sept. 11 and the pandemic have shown Grant Thornton’s Michael Monahan how to care for employees.

Why connection is key for the new remote environment

Panzura CHRO Amy Tran says HR has to get creative to drive employee engagement.

Why learning is taking center stage for this former Dell leader

HR and technology have long collided for Kristi Hummel. For more than 25 years, the HR vet has led people strategies for a number...

Hoping for hybrid, remote success in 2022? Look to your leaders

As 2022 gets underway and employees’ expectations continue to evolve, employers are racing to develop future-of-work plans that take into account what their workforces...

Why 2021 has been a time for ‘HR to shine’

Broadridge Financial Solutions' Richard Stingi says HR is being seen as the business 'solution' to the pandemic.

The ‘force’ of justice is strong with this DEI leader

Virgin Pulse’s Dr. Marlette Jackson is finishing up her first year leading the organization’s justice-focused initiatives.

How Workday is investing in its employees’ skills to boost retention

Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith says the company is putting skills at the heart of its people strategy.

How Workday is investing in its workers’ skills to boost retention

Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith says the company is putting skills at the heart of its people strategy.

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