As soon as the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was leaked in May, many high-profile brands sprung into action. California-based employers like The Walt Disney Company, Meta, Netflix and more, pledged to cover the travel expenses of employees who need to go out of state for abortions. Some, like Patagonia and Live Nation, even vowed to cover bail expenses if their employees are arrested for peacefully protesting. In this episode of HRD Talk, Kevin Kaminyar, founder and CEO of Yellow Tree Marketing, discusses the importance of companies taking a stand and the most effective way to do so.
Dean Carter, chief people and purpose officer at Guild, chats with HRDTalk on driving corporate purpose post-pandemic
'I think terms like BIPOC are goofy,' says race and equity expert
Kari Heyens of Arrive Logistics discusses strategies for recruiting college students.
Two senior officers with Aon discuss some of the big topics and trends that will demand the attention of HR in the near future.
HR leaders need to re-evaluate their employee value proposition to remain competitive in this red-hot labor market