Talent Management

Diversity as Policy, Not as Window Dressing

AMERICAN workers are willing to accept diversity in their workplaces, but they fault top management for not promoting diversity in the right way, according...

Battle Over Benefits

CEOs are trying many initiatives to lower their companies' health care costs. But will it be enough?

Health Care Crisis

Health care costs are soaring and employees don't want to pay, leaving CEOs with one very expensive problem.

Riding The Wave

IF you suspect your employees are surfing the Web for personal reasons, you're right. @Plan's latest research reveals that a significant number of workers are shopping,...

4th Annual Competitiveness Survey: Winning the Skills Race

At a time when the need for skilled workers is stronger than ever, demand continues to outpace supply. What's a CEO to do? BIG and steal talent today... and help build a stronger U.S. education training pipeline for tomorrow.

Glass Ceiling? So What?

As a woman who entered the largely male economics profession some years ago, I am aware of the barriers women once faced in ica....

How To Fire A Director

One of the most difficult jobs facing CEOs and chairmen of the board these days is deciding how to remove an underachieving, non-performing, or...

Mario J. Antoci

In revamping once-troubled American savings Bank, Mario J. Antoci is tearing a page from a Hollywood script. The chief executive is modeling his $16.5-billion...
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism Drops In November Amid Election Results And Covid Spike

A new poll of more than 200 chief executives finds deep concern over the incoming Biden administration—and the dangerous direction of the pandemic.