‘Leveraging AI is table stakes’ in 2024, say leading CHROs

C-suite people leaders from AWS, Johnson Controls and McKinsey & Company spoke to HRE about how gen AI will impact the future of work. 

CHROs want to develop ‘greater HR tech depth’ 

When CHROs were asked how they see their role changing in the future, 60% noted increased use of HR tech and automation.

Top takeaways from the HR leaders at HRE’s first Strategy Summit

At the exclusive HRE Strategy Summit, HR leaders met to discuss change management, technology, organizational dynamics and more.

EEOC commissioner on what’s driving the ‘explosion’ of mental health discrimination claims

Keith Sonderling advised CHROs at HRE’s Strategy Summit about the rise of mental health discrimination claims amid return-to-office mandates.

Bersin to CHROs: You are driving the most important issues in your company

Josh Bersin told an audience of CHROs that talent shortages will drive business leaders to lean on AI to survive current labor conditions.

As AI’s footprint grows, why HR should retain the human element

Trish Steed discusses why AI is both exciting for HR but also demands openly discussing rules, guardrails and questions.

Canva’s top HR executive reveals ways to link people to business strategy

With her operations management experience, Jennie Rogerson knows what it takes to create a holistic view of HR that blends with an organization’s business.

How a growth mindset is cultivating success at this food tech org

UPSIDE Foods, formerly Memphis Meats, is the world’s first cultivated meat company.

Why the CHRO of the future needs to be all business: Land O’Lakes’ leader

Land O'Lakes' top HR executive not only packs a bachelor’s degree in business and an MBA, but her HR approach is all business.

Are tomorrow’s CHROs ready to take on the top job?

CHRO succession was the topic of the day last week during a summit that convened nearly two dozen HR leaders.