As far as news announcements go, this one was pretty surprise-free. John Watson’s retirement announcement yesterday as Chairman of Chevron was not a surprise, and neither was his pick to lead the oil giant.
Global chip maker Intel reached the halfway mark last month in its plan to achieve full representation of women and underrepresented minorities in its U.S. workforce by 2020 through funding, training, hiring and retention.
When employees are concerned about their personal problems, they're not as productive. Gas South CEO Kevin Greiner is using financial literacy classes to help eliminate the disruption.
Once the domain of the “personnel” department, talent—the company’s foundation—is now clearly a C-level responsibility.
Empowering employees to publicize and promote your organization’s brand can give you a clear edge in the war for talent.
Training and reskilling an organization’s workforce to operate new solutions can be extremely challenging. Here's how some CEOs are handling it.
Bad hiring can cause a ripple effect among all who work for you, your product and your product quality.
As the fastest-growing generation in the workforce, millennials will be crucial in helping fill the manufacturing talent gap.
A new report about employee engagement said that manufacturers need to better cultivate organizational cultures that foster transparency, mutual trust and ongoing professional development.
How do you know whether you have the right people in key roles? And how can you determine whether they need to be better trained, or even moved?