TikTok's owner, ByteDance, dissolved their entire Talent Development team, and the internal memo is a wakeup call to TD leaders.

February 4, 2022

L&D teams have always been responsible for arming employees with new skills and new learning opportunities. As we enter 2021, here are our top predictions for where L&D leaders will be focusing their energy. 

January 28, 2021

Staff reductions are hard in any circumstance, but the combined realities of the staggering unknowns and human toll of the pandemic, the bleak job market and the complications associated with team members working from home are forcing businesses to re-evaluate long-held practices and invent a new playbook to navigate layoffs in the coronavirus era.

May 20, 2020

As if layoffs aren't painful enough, many companies make matters worse by handling them poorly. From mass layoffs via conference calls to withholding vacation payouts and severance, these are the worst mistakes I've seen.

January 23, 2018

It’s impossible to read the news and not think about its implications for HR. From Hollywood to the tech sector, it’s clearly time to establish new norms for the workplace. Creating an inclusive workplace is an obvious starting point, but also a gargantuan task. Nonetheless, there are meaningful ways that HR leaders in companies of all sizes can create healthier corporate cultures and build more inclusive workplaces without a big budget.

December 5, 2017

It’s not just entry-level job seekers who make rookie mistakes. Seasoned professionals (and even executives) make some pretty egregious miscalculations in their job searches, too. Many of the most common mistakes come from overconfidence in one’s experience. Here are a few of them you’ll want to avoid at every stage of your career.

September 26, 2017

Notably absent from the HR-related conversations: HR leaders. Use this opportunity to not only take your seat at the table, but also to insist your voice is heard.

July 14, 2017