Steelcase surveyed 58,000 people in 11 different countries to see what it will take to lure them back into offices and found some surprising—and some not so surprising—answers. “The workplace should be the best place to get work done.”
Technological and social changes, from the rise of biometrics to the demise of Roe vs. Wade, have put CHROs in the hot seat on employee privacy matters: ‘Trust is the number one issue in companies today.’
Nancy Hauge, chief people experience officer at Automation Anywhere, on making sure your automation is “intelligent.”
HR talent isn’t immune to the lure of the Great Resignation. Here’s how to keep them happy.
As boards delve more deeply into talent challenges than ever, we asked Mirian Graddick-Weir, Merck’s former CHRO and a current board member at Yum! Brands and Booking Holdings, for the inside track on oversight of human capital strategy. She shares some tips—and some hard-won wisdom.
A West Point-trained special advisor to General Valeriy Zaluzhny shares surprising lessons from inside one of the most miraculous military performances in history. “A sense of humor can really go a long way.”
In a nation awash in both guns and angry people, how do leaders reassess the risks? And what can you do to prevent catastrophe? One experienced corporate security expert shares some strategies. “The level of mental illness out there is a level I’ve never seen before.”