It is the CEO who is best positioned to judge whether an HR program is just a feel-good initiative—or positively connects to identified drivers of organizational success.
Performance metrics and financials are important—but they won't get employees excited to work for you. Try helping them to understand the meaning behind their work.
Move over, Millennials. Gen Z, which now comprises nearly 33% of the world's population, is making its way in.
At the CEO Talent Summit coverage, Synchrony Financial CEO Margaret Keane, Lord Abbett Managing Partner Doug Sieg and Avanoo CEO Daniel Jacobs share the secrets of transforming culture and creating a lasting bond with both employees and customers.
At the 2019 CEO Talent Summit at West Point, attendees learned what it really takes to hire the best of the best in a fiercely competitive job market.
Hiring military veterans seems like an obvious choice for business leaders. With years of specialized training, the ability to multitask and work diligently under...
The absence of personalized incentivization is leading talented employees to leave companies in droves. "People first" can't be an empty mantra—you need to give it teeth.
For decades, corporate America has dissociated personal and professional lives. But as they pay attention to the numbers, companies are beginning to see the bottom-line value of employees bringing their whole selves to work.
With 930 employees spread across 68 countries and not a single company office for any of them to report to, Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg may well be the world’s biggest advocate of the remote workforce phenomenon. But even he acknowledges the inherent difficulties of managing globally dispersed employees working in isolation.
A key priority for any CEO in the digital age has to be a focus on keeping highly skilled employees which means keeping them happy. This applies to every stage of an employee’s tenure, from recruitment to exit.