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BJ’s Wholesale Club CHRO Mark Griffin discusses how the Fortune 500 company retains and grows its customer base and employee loyalty.
Offering employees a four-day workweek is gaining popularity around the globe. Tech companies like Kickstarter are betting the strategy will help them increase engagement and output.
General Motors has seen an increase in employee referrals without offering incentives. Global Talent Acquisition Director Cyril George discusses why employees are telling friends to work for GM.
The soul of flexible workplace culture is trust, says Catherine Moy, Chief People Officer of BDO, one of the nation’s leading professional services firms.
Millions of women left the workforce because of the pandemic. To bring them back, benefits experts at Adobe and Pinterest say it will take more than expanded child care and paid leave.
How does an international communications firm ensure employee well-being in times of extreme uncertainty? Patti Clarke, Global Chief Talent Officer of Havas Group, speaks with Michelle Labbe, Toptal’s Chief People Officer, about rising anxiety levels among workers and how companies can help.
How do healthcare companies stay flexible amid a pandemic? Cardinal Health CHRO Ola Snow explains how the company adapted by focusing on inclusivity.
A four-year degree may not guarantee a job in some fields. But as Lisa Gevelber, VP of Grow with Google, tells Staffing.com, a Google Career Certificate increases the odds.
How has Hyatt Hotels responded in these difficult times? CHRO Malaika Myers says the mission to care for guests starts with caring for employees.
In response to the global tech talent shortage, companies like Verizon are taking control by putting a modern spin on a traditional job-training program: the apprenticeship.
In emphasizing wellness programs, business leaders overlook a more powerful tool to improve their employees’ health: their organizations’ practices and policies, says MIT professor Erin Kelly.
How did iconic apparel company Levi Strauss & Co. navigate its COVID-19 response and what takeaways will shape the workplace of the future? CHRO Tracy Layney weighs in on re-envisioning work-life fit.