Deborah Stadtler

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Post date: April 4, 2019
The sales department is in Shanghai, the manufacturing plant in Mumbai, leadership in London, and accounting in Abu Dhabi, yet everyone works for the same company. Today, it’s not uncommon for an organization to have offices all over the globe, spanning continents and languages. For these...
Post date: October 28, 2020
Workplace culture will be paramount in the “next normal,” according to John Reid-Dodick, chief people officer of AlphaSense in New York City. Speaking at the recent Visionaries event from SHRM’s Executive Network, held virtually Oct. 19-21, Reid-Dodick said that leaders need to think about “work as...
Post date: June 17, 2020
In these days of high emotion and polarization, it's hard to know how or even whether to address the feelings of anger, despair or frustration that may be percolating among employees at the workplace. But it would be a mistake for company leaders and managers to stay silent, said Eric Ellis, a...
Post date: October 21, 2020
On Tuesday, November 3, Americans have the opportunity to vote in the 2020 presidential election, congressional races in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and various state and local-level elections. These elections will shape the future of workplace policy. It is critical that HR...
Post date: January 7, 2020
As we enter a new decade in the world of work, here are six trends HR leaders should keep in mind.  1. Pay equity and transparency will remain a priority.  Analyzing pay records for gender pay gaps and pay inequities is becoming standard practice, with remediation efforts not far behind, according...
Post date: October 6, 2020
In today’s business environment, crafting a digital organization is a critical aim for every leader. Regardless of industry or size, every company needs digital strategies and processes to continue evolving and adapting for the future.  For some companies like Microsoft and Schneider Electric,...
Post date: April 2, 2020
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced many employees and teams to work remotely as businesses try to maintain operations. This new model of work is putting company culture to the test. Without physical interaction and typical processes, employees may not feel as connected or productive. Leaders need...
Post date: October 8, 2019
The right people with the right skills in the right place at the right time—the core of strategic workforce planning (SWP) has not changed. Yet, with the pace of technology rising and workforce demographics shifting, workplace experts agree that SWP needs to evolve and grow to face modern...
Post date: February 21, 2019
As companies face a war for talent and a lack of qualified workers in many fields, individuals with disabilities are being recognized as a source of engaged, committed employees. According to the 2017 Disability Statistics Report from the Institute on Disability, nearly one in eight people in the U...
Post date: March 11, 2020
As the coronavirus spreads, more and more companies are opting to restrict business travel, prepare employees for remote work and limit in-person visits to workplaces. Many companies have tiered response plans based on local needs and are testing remote work capabilities to be prepared.  Business...