Women lead most large US public companies' HR efforts | CEO: HR can support workplace diversity and end hiring bias | HR leader: Balance, alignment needed in talent design
February 8, 2018
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Women lead most large US public companies' HR efforts
Women comprise 60% of chief HR officers at the top 100 US companies by revenue and the majority of HR executives named in 2017, according to Russell Reynolds Associates data. Only seven of those 100 largest companies have a woman as CEO.
Bloomberg (free registration) (2/7) 
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CEO: HR can support workplace diversity and end hiring bias
HR should promote a culture of diversity through empathy and an awareness of unconscious biases, says Jahanzaib Ansari, CEO of Knockri. "An HR leader's commitment to celebrating employee differences does not only mobilize social progression, but it also sparks the innovation needed to move their organization forward," Ansari says.
Human Resources Director (Canada) (2/6) 
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How to Measure Culture
If improving your organization's culture is a priority for you, you'll want to start by seeing what it's like now. Research shows there are 6 areas that influence culture the most. How do you stack up? Download our Orange Paper now and find out.
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Aligning HR to the Business
HR leader: Balance, alignment needed in talent design
Adapt talent management to today's business climate by using data analytics, aligning the employee and customer experience to the company's needs and coming up with innovative solutions through design thinking, writes Ekta Vyas, HR director at Stanford Children's Health. "As paradoxical as the world of talent is becoming, the talent management approach increasingly calls for finding balance rather than ultimate solutions," Vyas writes.
Forbes (2/6) 
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Lawyer: Businesses need to mitigate sexual-harassment risk
HR departments and risk managers must ensure that policies and procedures are in place to prevent sexual harassment and allow for an appropriate investigation into allegations of such behavior, attorney Christine Howard says. "Smart employers ... are planning and training now to reduce sexual harassment to mitigate risk, and therefore, potential damage claims affecting executives and employees across employer ranks," she writes.
Risk Management Monitor (2/5) 
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The Ultimate Guide To Candidate Experience
A modern candidate experience expands your talent pool, nurtures brand advocates, & improves NPS. This playbook shows you how leading brands are creating exceptional candidate experiences using video interviewing - and what you can do to join them.
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Developing Leaders and Organizations
How introverts and extroverts can lead together
Leadership teams are more effective when they include both extroverts and introverts, write Kim Christfort and Suzanne Vickberg of Deloitte. Help extroverts realize the importance of listening to others and help introverts overcome their fear of being the first to speak.
HR People + Strategy Blog (2/6) 
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SAP Canada bases its culture on the country's
SAP Canada redesigned its workplace culture to reflect the things that make Canadians happy, including diversity of opinion, empowerment, growth opportunities and benefits that support families, writes Kirsten Sutton, managing director of SAP Labs Canada. "The hands-off approach not only made our employees want to be productive, but it made them happier and more ambitious as well," Sutton writes.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) (tiered subscription model) (2/5) 
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Take steps to prevent loneliness at work
To help prevent employees from becoming lonely at work, set up networking groups, publicly recognize people's work, promote group activities such as lunches and use video chats to communicate with remote workers, says Marcela Slepica, director of clinical services at AccessEAP. "Chronic loneliness has a negative impact on both physical and mental health and this epidemic is hurting well-being and workplace performance," Slepica says.
Human Resources Director (Australia) (2/6) 
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Making the Most of Talent
Companies increase fertility benefits to compete for talent
More companies are offering fertility-related benefits such as in vitro fertilization and egg freezing. "If we're going to meet our [head count] growth projections, we have to be really competitive," says Meghan Lapides, HR chief at Foursquare.
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (2/7) 
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