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Meet the 2022 HR’s Rising Stars

This year's winners have helped their organizations navigate a range of complex talent challenges.

At Nestlé, a Rising Star’s recipe for success requires global outlook, passion

How Adeline Looi, the company's head of integrated leadership development, is helping to magnify underrepresented voices at the company.

Rising Star finds success building an HR function from the ground up

Dashlane’s Mafalda Garcês has gotten comfortable with wearing many hats and aligning HR with the company’s wider business model.

At PwC, this Rising Star is helping the firm reimagine the workplace

Yolanda Seals-Coffield, deputy people leader at PwC, is embracing remote work, betting big on benefits and prioritizing employee needs as the firm invests $2.4 billion in its people program.

How passion for lifelong learning elevated this HR pro to a Rising Star

Pakistan-based Raza Sarwar transitioned from an IT career to one in HR with a commitment to pivoting and innovating.

Rising Star goes all in on VR talent marketplace for MGM Resorts

Developing the careers of the casino and hotel giant meant taking real and virtual steps for Mandi LaRue, director of organizational effectiveness.

How this agile Rising Star helps drive 15Five into the future

Jennie Yang's career journey from customer success to HR vice president has been unusual but also taught her a lot about the business.

Here’s your chance to recognize an outstanding HR leader

Nominations are being accepted for the 17th edition of HR's Rising Stars.

Chevron CHRO: Worker health and safety ‘front and center’ for 2022

Rhonda Morris, newly installed as a fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, shares her reflections on the pandemic and insights for next year.

5 new NAHR fellows discuss HR’s top trends, challenges for 2022

HR leaders at Chevron, Eastman Chemical, Accenture, Endeavor and Estee Lauder cite such issues as cloud-based technology and collaboration.

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