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Why Patagonia CHRO Dean Carter Sees Onsite Child Care as a Bedrock Benefit

Linkedin Talent Blog

He was the staffing manager for Pier 1 and then the CHRO for Fossil and Sears Holding. Patagonia figures that avoided turnover costs — lost productivity, recruitment, relocation, and training time — offset another 30% of child care costs each year. Dean Carter gets HR.

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How You Can Become a Simply Irresistible Organization

HR Bartender

The articles talk about developing outstanding products, killer marketing strategies, and focusing on metrics and numbers. A few weeks ago, I saw a post titled “ Engagement, Retention and Culture now the #1 Issues in Talent and HR.”

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The HR Leadership Revolution — Will You Thrive?

Visier

80% of executives say their company cannot succeed without an assertive, data-driven CHRO, who takes a strong stance on talent issues and uses relevant facts to deliver an informed point of view. CEOs want to think of the CHRO the way they think of the CFO.

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Employee Performance Management: What Your CFO Needs to Know About Culture Before Investing

Reflektive

That could be due to the fact that 71% of CFOs said they believe that employee engagement metrics lack financial credibility. These numbers point to the fundamental difference between the mindsets of a CFO and a CHRO. While the CFO is a strategic partner to the CEO and sees every employee as a cost, the CHRO is a champion of employees and sees each individual’s value. DOWNLOAD FREE E-BOOK: How Microsoft Got Performance Management Right.

How to Elevate HR (And Keep the C-Suite Happy)

WorkHuman

In addition to the impact on motivation, retention, and productivity, the C-suite is now keenly aware of the financial benefits of focusing on engagement and culture. John Boudreau shares a telling story from a CHRO in their first leadership meeting, chaired by the CEO.

The HR Leadership Revolution — Will You Thrive?

Visier

80% of executives say their company cannot succeed without an assertive, data-driven CHRO, who takes a strong stance on talent issues and uses relevant facts to deliver an informed point of view. CEOs want to think of the CHRO the way they think of the CFO.

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