Where HR is Transforming: Advocacy for Business Policies, Evolving Business Competencies and Leadership Skills

Sally Hornick Anderson, Google Sally shared some of the areas she believes HR practitioners today need to focus on: Understanding the business– We need to understand the P & L, and work closely with finance and operations Employee Activism– This is on the rise, and HR leaders need to be prepared to respond in an … Continue reading Where HR is Transforming: Advocacy for Business Policies, Evolving Business Competencies and Leadership Skills

Strategies for Transforming the Employee Experience with Technology

Henry Weston, PageTiger We have five different generations in the workforce today, but how that shakes out between Baby Boomers vs. Gen X vs. Gen Z varies, and will continue to shift over the next 5-10 years. PageTiger surveyed the generations to find out what they were searching for in their next career move and … Continue reading Strategies for Transforming the Employee Experience with Technology

D&I Panel – Inclusive Leadership: Getting the Most from your Talent

Maria Kim, Cara; Cedric Thurman, Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago; Bob Hogan, Bridge My Return; Troy McIntosh, US Cellular How do you create awareness around inclusion in your workplace? US Cellular Inclusion Campaign – They’ve defined what the behaviors of inclusion look like. Things like candor, cultural competence, openness and collaboration, and introduced a … Continue reading D&I Panel – Inclusive Leadership: Getting the Most from your Talent

Legal Update: Issues Impacting HR Leaders

David Weldon, Alexis Dominguez, Neal Gerber Eisenberg Illinois Equal Pay Act: Prohibits employers from asking applicants about salary history. You can, however, ask applicants about their salary expectations. Exceptions – if salary history is a matter of public record or they are a current employee, however, you cannot use this information to make a decision … Continue reading Legal Update: Issues Impacting HR Leaders