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Fond of Work: Sarah Strehl, CHRO at ECMC Group

Fond

This time for Fond of Work , we interviewed Sarah Strehl, Chief Human Resource Officer at ECMC Group , a nonprofit corporation with a mission to help students succeed. Finding ways to attract and retain top talent across these diverse segments is a challenge that I love.

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Diversity in the Workplace - Benefits, Challenges, and Profitability

Hubert

First thing's first: What is diversity in the workplace? ? When John F Kennedy in 1961 signed what was to be known as the "Affirmative Action", he laid down a foundation that would encourage companies to build a more diverse workforce. Why is Diversity in the workplace important?

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The Top 20 Diversity Titles [with Descriptions]

Ongig

Which diversity titles work best for you and your team? My team and I looked at the best practices at leading companies as well as the most popular diversity titles requested on Google (via ahrefs and Google’s Keyword Tool). Diversity vs Inclusion vs. Equity.

Eye on Diversity

HRO Today

Make no mistake, creating and maintaining a diverse workforce is both a business imperative and a huge challenge for today’s employers. Researching the subject back in 2012, McKinsey found companies ranking in the top quartile of executive-board diversity experienced 53 per cent higher returns on equity, on average, than those in the bottom quartile. Having committed to becoming a smoke-free business, the company is reinventing itself around diversity.

Diversity in the Workplace - Benefits, Challenges, and Profitability

Hubert

First thing's first: What is diversity in the workplace? ? When John F Kennedy in 1961 signed what was to be known as the "Affirmative Action", he laid down a foundation that would encourage companies to build a more diverse workforce. Why Is Diversity In The Workplace Important?

How to Leverage Diversity & Inclusion as a Competitive Advantage

Everwise

According to Ted Colbert , Boeing’s Chief Information Officer, “The best workforce is a diverse workforce.” Countless studies support this statement , directly linking organizational Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) to higher profits. However, while profit is obviously a driving force for companies to integrate a particular effort into their core strategies, the more important question here is why this connection exists.

Uber CHRO Resigns Amid Whistleblower Allegations: Serves as Cautionary Tale for HR Pros at all Levels.

The HR Capitalist

As is often the case, the company outgrew a capable HR leader who was overran by the personality of a founder with total power, and the company decided it was time for a change. She joined the company a month before former engineer Susan Fowler penned a blog post talking about the rampant sexual harassment and sexism she endured at Uber. Uber's HR shop has always been a bit of a mess.

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Walser Automotive Group Launches Women’s Resources Network: What Other Dealers Can Learn

Hireology

Walser Automotive Group, a dealership group with more than 20 locations in Minnesota and Kansas, recently announced the launch of its Women’s Resources Network, the first group of its kind in retail automotive.

Peter Fasolo, CHRO at Johnson & Johnson, On the Value of Transformational Growth and Innovation

HR Digest

"Creating Opportunities for Multigenerational Workforce" Peter Fasolo, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at Johnson & Johnson is widely considered one of the world’s most influential human resources leaders and Johnson & Johnson, one of the most admired companies. Many of your employees have spent their entire careers with the group. Such a degree of corporate socialization can also stifle innovation and overall cognitive diversity.

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Michael Fraccaro, CHRO at Mastercard, on the value of business resource groups

HR Digest

In an interview with The HR Digest, Michael Fraccaro, Chief Human Resources Officer at Mastercard, explains the importance of business resource groups and the vital role it plays to deliver real business results. It can empower people to take a point of view and allow the organization to benefit from diverse points of view. The HR Digest: A culture of learning seems to be an integral part of your core company values.

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Walt Disney CHRO Jayne Parker to Join Speaker Lineup at the i4cp 2019 Conference

i4cp

Joining us at this year’s i4cp Next Practices Now Conference will be Jayne Parker, senior executive vice president and chief human resources officer at The Walt Disney Company. Parker, who is responsible for leading Disney’s overall human resources strategy, global talent acquisition, leadership development, diversity and inclusion, and many other initiatives for the company’s 199,000 employees around the world, has transformed the HR function, and its impact across the company.

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Insuring HR’s Success

HRO Today

CHRO Jeanie Heffernan’s people-first strategy drives an 89 percent employee engagement rate at Independence Health Group. At the time, the company could be compared to a start-up—it was only four years old and had grown exponentially.

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INTERVIEW: Helena Gottschling, CHRO at RBC, On Creating Business Impact with People Analytics

HR Digest

Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders, Today The purpose of people analytics, according to Helena Gottschling, CHRO at Royal Bank of Canada, is to enlighten and balance talent conversations. Helena Gottschling: Even with the onslaught of new technologies, it’s still people that drive innovation, creativity, engagement and, ultimately, business value – all the things that set one company apart from the next. Helena Gottschling | CHRO, RBC.

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This Week in Work: Historic Ruling for LGBTQ+ Workers, Allyship & Juneteenth, Diversity Goals and What it Means to be an Anti-Racist Company

Limeade

An op-ed in Fast Company shares how companies and individuals can use Juneteenth to practice active allyship. What it means to be an anti-racist company. Google diversity goals. Adidas CHRO under fir e. Adapting your company culture.

Peter Fasolo, CHRO at Johnson & Johnson, On the Value of Transformational Growth and Innovation

HR Digest

"Creating Opportunities for Multigenerational Workforce" Peter Fasolo, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at Johnson & Johnson is widely considered one of the world’s most influential human resources leaders and Johnson & Johnson, one of the most admired companies. Many of your employees have spent their entire careers with the group. Such a degree of corporate socialization can also stifle innovation and overall cognitive diversity.

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LinkedIn’s Head of Diversity Shares Her Playbook for Creating a More Inclusive Workforce

Linkedin Talent Blog

Rosanna Durruthy says that diversity is often seen as a series of checklists: Do this, do that, and then do more of this. Most companies,” she says, “will often think of diversity in terms of head count, so talent acquisition often takes the lead. Talent on Tap Diversity

Sage-Gavin: HR innovation, from 7 women in 14 days

HRExecutive

In my CHRO roles in consumer and technology companies, I’ve coached teams that have astounded me with their dedication, drive and results. It connects organizations that need more workers with companies that are having to lay off or furlough workers.

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Workday Podcast: Find, Engage, Retain: Building a Culture of Harmony at Warner Music Group

Workday

Finding and engaging talent at one of the world’s leading music companies might sound like a walk in the park, but what happens when that talent is the supporting workforce rather than its recording artists? I caught up with Rhiannon Lawler, HRIS director for Warner Music Group, to talk about not only finding and engaging talent, but also building a culture that empowers employees to thrive in the workplace. Dunne : Warner Music Group is an enormous organization.

Take A Stand

HRO Today

Further, 55 percent of employees think their company should address the death of George Floyd and the resulting protests, and 29 percent think their company could do more. DIVERSE LEADERSHIP. People, process, and technology are key pillars to creating a more diverse workforce.

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Take A Stance

HRO Today

grappled with rage, grief, and massive civic unrest, one business after another responded with statements condemning racial injustice and police brutality, calling for sweeping reforms and making donations to civil rights groups. DIVERSE LEADERSHIP. CHRO Jacqueline M.

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Un-Conventional HR

HRO Today

While practicing as the in-house employment attorney at Starbucks, Jim Donald, the then CEO, asked her to take a risk by moving into the coffee company’s HR practice. Are you the Un-CHRO? We have 34,000 front-line employees in 17 call centers and hundreds of company-owned retail stores.

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A Comprehensive 101 Guide To The Responsibilities of The HR Manager

Hubert

If you pursue a career within human resources and gain an upper-level position (which HR manager is), you will be responsible for the following in the company you work for: Finding talent, hiring talent, and keeping talent in the organization?-?known known as diversity and inclusion.

Editor’s Letter: Lead On

HRO Today

And we have been acknowledging this transformation by recognising the strategic work of HR leaders through our annual CHRO of the Year Awards. Climent was recognised for his efforts in transforming a multi-country decentralised model to a global company with a single culture. “To And this year’s group of CHRO of the Year Award finalists is no stranger to cultural transformation. Uncategorized CHRO of the Year Debbie Bolla Global-Autumn-2018By Debbie Bolla.

Every Minute Matters: Create the Best Employee Experiences

Workday

These insights help our leadership team understand the pulse of the company in real time and meet employees where they are. When people are enabled to do their best work and discover new opportunities, it positively affects overall performance and delivers the best results for our colleagues, customers, and company. This year we held our first EBC Summit, where EBC leaders joined Workday executives to discuss workplace diversity and inclusion.

Cutting-Edge Change

HRO Today

Shirley Fong is the vice president of human resources at Li & Fung , a trading company that started from very humble beginnings exporting Chinese porcelain and silk and which now operates one of the most world’s extensive supply chains. These are the two groups of people we want to study.

The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

But I have to admit, when I became part of the Visier team I was excited to be joining a tech company that serves a female-dominated market. However, as I’ve learned over the past year and a half, there is more to it than holding the executive title of Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

A FOMO Guide to How Groovy Companies Can Attract a Multigenerational Workforce

Linkedin Talent Blog

And 89% of the talent professionals surveyed by LinkedIn told us that a truly multigenerational workforce makes a company more successful. But many companies are finding it hard to attract and retain talent from all generations with equal success.

4 Quick Tips on Authenticity from LinkedIn’s Talent Connect

WorkHuman

He also shared some quirky recruiting tactics—like the time he dressed up as an elderly taxi driver to pick up a group of Virgin Group applicants at the airport. In HR, we talk a lot about diversity and inclusion (D&I), but is it enough?

4 ways to foster inclusion in a remote work environment

HRExecutive

Leverage Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to Create Needed Social Connections. This can include utilizing pulse surveys to understand how different groups of employees are experiencing the new remote work environment.

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‘Most Admired for HR’ Leaders Speak Out

HRExecutive

This year the HR Tech Conference featured its first-ever panel of CHROs from “The Most Admired Companies for HR,” an annual ranking produced by HRE in partnership with Korn Ferry. The panel, moderated by conference co-chair Steve Boese, included (from left to right in the photo above) Jayne Parker, senior executive vice president and CHRO at The Walt Disney Co.; “We can have a very human experience in our companies today thanks in part to technology.”

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Culture by Design

HRO Today

CHRO Kevin Silva has built a human capital blueprint that provides a sense of inclusion, purpose, and opportunities to grow. CHRO Kevin Silva has helped build a culture that is based on the philosophy that the sum of all the parts is stronger than the individual parts.

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How companies keep well-being and engagement initiatives hot during the summer

Limeade

Contrary to traditional opinions, the summer months offer a great opportunity for employers to increase participation in HR programs and enhance company culture. To keep up the momentum, companies can offer thoughtful well-being and engagement initiatives that get employees outdoors, involved in their communities and participating in building a great company culture. Here are 7 companies we admire for their summer employee experience initiatives: 1.

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The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

But I have to admit, when I became part of the Visier team I was excited to be joining a tech company that serves a female-dominated market. However, as I’ve learned over the past year and a half, there is more to it than holding the executive title of Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

5 Big Things on the Minds of Today's Most Innovative CHROs

Cornerstone On Demand

Human resources isn't traditionally seen as the most innovative, or even most influential, department in a company. This fundamental shift in talent management inspired us to bring some of today's foremost HR leaders, from some of the most successful companies across the U.S.,

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Collective intelligence: Improving top team effectiveness

HR Times

This overall team IQ isn’t a reflection of the average or even the maximum intelligence of team members; research demonstrates that groups are more than the sum of their parts and collective intelligence is the property of the group itself. Do top teams have diversity of thinking?