We’re in the middle of a global workforce evolution — and HR is in the driver’s seat.
The world of work is changing, and the CHRO’s role has never been more important or more in flux than it is today. A vast number of economic, business and workplace trends are converging to create an environment that is, at the very least, challenging for even most executives.
Just take a look at some of the facts:
79% of CEOs are directing CHROs to change their talent strategies to reflect the skills and employment structures of the future
80% of executives say their company cannot succeed without an assertive, data-driven CHRO
78% of executives say their company cannot succeed without a CHRO who takes on responsibility for contributing directly to business performance
CHROs are on the front line of the workforce shift, which means they need to stay ahead of organizational trends to be better prepared.
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About the author
As Manager of Content Marketing at Limeade, Mady is focused on creating a consistent voice across all marketing materials and owning the Limeade brand voice.
Mady has a background in communications, PR, social media and digital marketing including both B2B and B2C content creation and strategy. She received a BA in Communications and Minor in Journalism from Gonzaga University and played collegiate volleyball for Chapman University. You can find her work featured in top publications such as Forbes, U.S. News, Martha Stewart, InStyle, HuffPost, Money and more.
She is a passionate employee experience content marketer with a love for telling stories, wordsmithing and educating others on the power of brand voice.
Outside of Limeade, Mady is a Mom, TV fanatic and avid traveler. Her favorite Limeade value is Listen Well, Speak Plainly.