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Exec out? 3 keys to handling a leader’s sudden departure

It’s every organization’s worst nightmare when the CEO or a key executive leaves the company unexpectedly. And in the current climate, it’s a very real possibility. The #MeToo movement saw many top leaders terminated due to sexual harassment. More recently, big execs have been ousted for other controversial reasons. The CEO of Papa John’s, John […]
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Study says trust your gut … but should you?

With so much riding on HR getting hiring, promotions and, yes, firing right the first time, it’s natural that HR pros sometimes second guess decisions. But would you still be tasked with making those decisions if your instincts weren’t usually right? Well, a study out of the UK suggests you listen to your more confident […]
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Paid family and medical leave should be federal law, CEOs say

Business Roundtable, an association of U.S. CEOs that advocates for business-friendly public policy, last week called for congress to make paid family and medical leave available to as many American workers as possible. The group sent letters to congressional leaders and the President urging lawmakers to legislate a national paid leave. The letter comes as […]
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