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Why the recent job numbers reveal a looming crisis for TA leaders

Recession fears appear to be on hold as employees retain the upper hand in recruitment and hiring. Upskilling, however, is critical.

This CHRO says culture work needs to be collective, intentional

Tealium people leader Adrianne Court has centered her career on culture work.

Do Starbucks, Amazon unionizations point to a coming trend?

The pandemic is largely behind the rise in unionization efforts, experts say.

The ‘4 Ps’ this HR leader asks every employee about

Intercom’s new CPO, L. David Kingsley, says a global upbringing helped inform his appreciation for employees bringing their whole selves to work.

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.

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.

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.

Number of the day: quitting over in-person work

Data on how employees feel about requirements to return to the office full-time spell a warning for Elon Musk and other company leaders.

Number of the day: financial stress

A bleak new report sheds light on how much employees are struggling to pay their bills. Here’s what it means to HR leaders.

Food, concerts and more: Can they help lure workers back into offices?

Experts and HR leaders say such benefits as childcare and even free food can help entice employees back after two years of working at home.

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