Gifting to employees? Consider offering them your gratitude
Employees are eager for seasonal gifts, but many employers may be missing out on the chance to build engagement and lower turnover.
3 dumb questions about skills (and ones you should ask instead)
Organizations struggling to get started with a focus on skills may be having the wrong conversations.
How Macy’s is deepening its commitment to develop its 90K employees
Ahead of her Women in HR Tech session at the HR Tech Conference, Chief Transformation and HR Officer Danielle Kirgan shares the company’s outlook on talent retention today.
HR Tech Conference 2022: The case for skills-based talent management
Skills are the currency of the future workplace, writes the HR Tech Conference chair.
Hiring 4,000 employees and retaining talent: Meet Indeed’s new chief HR leader
Priscilla Koranteng shares why employee listening and empowering employees can help companies stay competitive.
L&D is king today, but too many orgs may be making this mistake
Learning programs can be powerful for retention—if done right.
Meet the 2022 HR’s Rising Stars
This year's winners have helped their organizations navigate a range of complex talent challenges.
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.
Rising Star finds success building an HR function from the ground up
Dashlane’s Mafalda Garcês has gotten comfortable with wearing many hats and aligning HR with the company’s wider business model.
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.