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HR Policy Washington Policy Conference Zeroes in on Talent

Published on: October 1, 2021

Authors: Daniel W. Chasen

Topics: COVID-19 Employer Issues, Employee Relations, Employment Law, ESG and Diversity & Inclusion, Jobs, Skills and Training, Technology, Transparency, Quality and Cost Containment, Wellness

In a Washington Policy Conference focused on talent, HR Policy members spotlighted the most pressing practice and policy questions facing large employers amid shifting labor markets, a shifting economy, the COVID-19 pandemic, technological advances, and a volatile environment.  Noting the continuing need for agile COVID responses, DE&I initiatives, and revamped recruiting strategies, HR Policy Chair and Manulife CHRO Pam Kimmet kicked off the conference by reminding us that “when nothing is certain, everything is possible.”  See a full summary of the conference here.

Daniel W. Chasen

Vice President, Workplace Policy, HR Policy Association

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