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This HR leader is on a ‘mission’ to give employees a voice

Marcel White of Capital Rx says he is inspired by the start-up's commitment to providing affordable medications.

What the Monster CHRO says will be HR’s 2023 headline

Many employers are looking to put the 'Great Resignation' behind them, says Chief Human Capital Officer Claire Barnes.

What Siemens USA is doing to become more ‘human-centered’

DE&I is central to its strategy, says Nichelle Grant, head of DE&I for the conglomerate.

Why Advance Auto Parts is putting employees in the driver’s seat

Among its efforts to give employees a stronger voice, the auto retailer has doled out more than 24,000 stock awards to workers.

Nearly half of this bank’s workers are long-term employees. Here’s why

Arvest Bank Chief People Officer Laura Andress says the organization is invested in its employees’ growth.

How AMD’s CHRO is managing change with a focus on culture and empathy

Robert Gama helped AMD navigate through the largest acquisition in the history of the semiconductor industry.

The ‘important lens’ that drives successful culture for 50K caregivers

Help at Home’s Lisa George says company culture is key to building lasting relationships between caregivers and their clients.

From Hooters Girl to HR exec: Why talent mobility is on tap at Hooters

Chief People Officer Cheryl Whiting-Kish shares the restaurant’s recipe for retaining workers long-term.

How this leader is banking on inclusion for success at Iron Mountain

From Wall Street to the world of nonprofits, Chief DE&I Officer Charlene Jackson took an unconventional path to her current role. Her advice? 'Don't call people out, call people in.'

This CHRO says culture work needs to be collective, intentional

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

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