The latest round of promotions in the HR world include Russell Investments’ Gene Raffone, Apprio’s Chloë Madden and Sauce Labs’ Heather McLinden.
Articles by Rick Bell
A couple of beers or a bottle of wine doesn’t magically transform a workplace into a more productive, positive environment.
Author Keri Ohlrich asks whether you’re an HR warrior or HR weenie in her new book, “The Way of the HR Warrior.”
Anne Buchanan to Guitar Center; Kim Healey to English Premier League; Christopher Pickett to Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.; Julia Kellogg to North American Bancard Holdings; Mary Ellen Mullins to Taco Bueno; Tracey Grabowski to Procter & Gamble.
Head of D&I McCormick talks about the lack of diversity in the tech sector and the key element missing from corporate diversity efforts.
The mood seemed subdued at this year’s HR Tech Conference. Maybe it was more talk and less action.
Workforce explores the work from home trend that’s becoming increasingly commonplace in this month’s By the Numbers.
Don’t expect companies to foot more of the direct costs of retirement just for altruistic reasons.
Marie-Claire Barker to Edelman; Gene Raffone to Russell Investments; Dimitra Manis to S&P Global; Sonya Hinds to Interim HealthCare Inc.; Rebecca Robins to Interbrand; Jess Williams to Biscuitville Fresh Southern.