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Headspace CPO: Mental health’s move ‘from the backroom to the boardroom’

Chief People Officer Karan Singh says the progress employers have made on addressing mental health should be just the beginning.

A new era for human resources: Systemic HR™ has arrived

Systemic HR is here, and it’s indispensable for the new reality of work, write leaders from The Josh Bersin Company.

Amid the AI craze, don’t forget about employee wellbeing

Success with AI is only possible through people, so supporting employee wellbeing should be key in any tech implementation.

5 ways to save a faltering transformation

By taking thoughtful, timely actions, leaders can turn transformation setbacks into opportunities for growth and success.

4 questions on future of work with the CHRO of The New York Times

Jacqueline Welch, a new Fellow of the National Academy of HR, is leaning on her deep HR experience to navigate the challenges coming in 2024.

How making ‘work fun’ helped this credit union cut turnover in half

Texans Credit Union revamped company culture, with a focus on fun, driving significant improvements in retention.

What will HR leadership look like in 2024?

HR experts from New York Times, Texans Credit Union and Cornell University say global uncertainties will redefine the HR leader role in 2024.

The future of work is ‘work in any way’ at this global tech company

Katherine Loranger, chief people officer at the HR tech platform provider Safeguard Global, says the company is broadening its definition of flexibility.

Understanding the hidden influence of the HR vendor community

The HR vendor world is complex, but HR leaders should understand its influence to help mitigate everyday HR challenges.

Avantor’s CHRO on how culture, change management fueled the company through COVID

Brittany Hankamer says leadership and employees have been willing to pivot and reprioritize to meet recent challenges.