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As pressure mounts on managers, 3 ways to improve their effectiveness

Layoffs and a possible recession are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the challenges facing today's managers.

What to know about salary trends in 2023

Before doling out bigger bonuses and salary increases, leaders need to consider these factors.

4 questions on burnout with Aflac’s CHRO

New research from the insurance giant points to a disconnect between employee and employer perspectives on mental health.

It’s time to level the playing field for part-time and gig workers

Alternative healthcare options can give workers the support they need, and help employers retain top talent.

In times of economic stress, pay practices take a front row seat

Pay and benefit strategies are dynamic, strategic business tools that can impact employment brand, retention and overall business strategy. 

The pandemic’s surprising impact on employee engagement and enablement

A new Korn Ferry study examined how attitudes evolved during different phases of the crisis.

What’s behind the growing interest in voluntary benefits?

With more workers participating in perks like critical illness and disability insurance, new research indicates employers would be wise to beef up their offerings in a hot job market.

Amid ‘triple squeeze’ of pressures, HR setting its sights on leader effectiveness

A new report from Gartner illustrates how uncertainty and new pressures facing HR are shaping their 2023 agendas.

NextEra Energy’s CHRO on staying curious and connected for HR success

New National Academy of HR fellow Deborah Caplan describes how technology helps fuel the people function at the company that owns Florida Power & Light.

Microsoft’s CHRO on balancing the benefits of flexible work and burnout

New National Academy of HR fellow Kathleen Hogan shares her thoughts on the future of HR, how HR leaders can excel, how technology fits in and more.

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