As businesses restart and recover from the greatest global crisis this generation has ever seen, the HR function has never been more important. In the United States and around the world, HR practitioners have risen to the occasion and guided their organizations into a new future with innovative ideas and the strength of will and spirit to put them into action. work and carry them out. And amid a critical talent shortage, improving the employee experience, addressing mental health issues and helping with retraining where needed have become crucial. HR professionals responded with distinction.
In the Fall 2021 issue of
HR review, we feature four different HR professionals on separate covers because, like many in the industry, they each have inspiring stories to share about how they are helping their business recover from the pandemic. Here are our four coverage topics:
Director of Human Resources and Executive Vice President
New York City
|Kathleen M. Sullivan, SHRM-SCP
Vice President, Workforce Development, HQ2