How Are CHROs Responding to COVID-19?
Across the nation, HR professionals are on high alert and doubling down on efforts to protect the wellbeing of their employees and customers. Many CHROs we’ve talked with recently admit to never working harder in their careers than they have in the past few days and weeks. There’s no denying that HR is at the […]
Fostering a Productive CEO/CHRO Relationship
The relationship between a CEO and CHRO is, arguably, the most unique in the corporate world. When fostered strategically, the dynamic between the person at the helm of the company and the head of Human Resources can drive a business to greater heights. However, when that dynamic is one of misalignment or blurred responsibilities, it […]
Future Workforce Predictions: What Can HR Do Today to Prepare for Tomorrow?
Although it’s tempting – and exciting – to dig into predictions for the global workforce of 2030, it often isn’t practical to look that far into the future to determine our actions today. For example, a recent publication from PwC reports five “megatrends” they believe will shape this future: technological breakthroughs, demographic shifts, rapid […]
Hiring for the C-Suite in a Company Spin-Off
The phrase “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” is being challenged with increasing fervor by some publicly-held companies. In a growing trend, many small to mid-size, publicly-held companies are breaking up/spinning off into multiple entities, supposedly allowing for greater agility, growth, and shareholder value for their individual lines of business. Larger, […]
How HR Should Respond to Retiring Baby Boomer Executives
Since 2011, there have been 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring daily, according to studies from the Pew Research Center. Only 40% of this generation are left in the workforce, while Millennials are on target to become the largest generation the U.S. has ever seen. This generational shift shouldn’t come as a surprise, and yet many […]