|HR Policy Association Chair Pam Kimmet welcomed attendees to our Washington Policy Conference, designed to give CHROs context and tools to chart a thoughtful path forward during tumultuous workplace change. She noted the key forces in play: the Biden administration’s “all of government” approach now in full swing, increasing societal frustration with partisanship ahead of the 2024 elections, and differing workplace expectations among employees depending on location and demographics. She charged that HR leaders need to serve both as stabilizing force and change agent as they juggle the talent and workplace implications of this transformational time.|
See below for a list of the discussions, or click the links to read the stories (members-only).
- Former Senators: Compromise and Local Involvement Essential to Improving Politics
- Americans Turning to Corporate Leadership Amid Political Dissatisfaction
- Bipartisanship Does Exist!
- Flight Attendants’ Leader and NLRB General Counsel Tout Unionization
- CHROs: Understanding Employee Voice Critical in Uncertain Times
- EU to U.S. on Pay Transparency: We Come From Your Future
- The Voice of the Latino Worker
- CHROs Discuss Approaches to DEI, AI, Employee Experience
Authors: Margaret Faso