Talent Management

It’s easy to imagine that all Americans are eagerly anticipating their chance to be vaccinated against Covid-19. The reality is not quite so simple: The American workforce is sharply divided on vaccination. Despite the epidemiological, economic,and societal imperatives for getting employees vaccinated, almost a third of American workers plan to take a “wait and see”
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The coronavirus pandemic has triggered unprecedented mass layoffs and furloughs, ranging from retail stores to restaurant chains to oil giants to financial services, and resulting in 10.7 unemployed Americans. In response to dramatic revenue losses, cost-cutting measures may be necessary for immediate survival. However, crises also present opportunities for growth, innovation and practicing kindness and compassion that can
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There’s good news and bad news in the fight for gender equality in Corporate America. The good news: according to a new Korn Ferry study, the percentage of female executives (identified as vice president and above) has risen considerably in the last five years, from 31 percent in 2016 to 39 percent in 2021. The
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Our 2020 UHY Middle Market Survey collected responses from middle market business leaders including over 250 CEOs, CFOs and other senior leadership. Respondents were located across the country in industries including manufacturing, professional services, healthcare, technology, energy, and more, and the survey took their pulses on a range of topics. 2020 was an eventful year
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Boards and executive teams should use the reset opportunity provided by the pandemic to take a fresh look at how well current incentives will drive value creation in the “new normal.” Rather than fall back into an undifferentiated pre-Covid-19 approach, leaders can turn incentive design and performance management into a true competitive advantage. Compensation consultants
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