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New SHRM Research Shows How HR Leaders Really Feel About AI

HR Executives say upskilling will be essential for workers to remain competitive in a job market increasingly shaped by AI, but many of those executives have skill gaps of their own to address, according to new SHRM research.

In this episode of the SHRM Executive Network's People + Strategy podcast, Thompson discusses the powerful demographic and social changes sweeping into our workplaces over the coming decade and how innovative HR leaders can put winning people strategies in place to seize on the opportunities ahead. 

Amid the renewed energy of the U.S. labor movement and a re-evaluation of what work means, organizations are being forced to evolve their labor playbooks. This issue provides fresh insights on rethinking that employer-employee relationship. Plus, you'll find advice on cybersecurity, managing incivility and more.

The May 2024 EN:Insights Forum examined SHRM’s new research on mental health in the workplace, which explores the impact of work on employee mental health and what emotions workers’ jobs often make them feel.

EN:Insights Forum

Future-Proof Your Workforce: Focus on Talent Trends

August 21, 2024 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET

Join the SHRM Executive Network (EN) on Wednesday, August 21 at noon ET for a discussion on the latest research and trends including the rise of the remote workforce and its implications, employee expectations around career development and well-being, and attracting and retaining top talent in a competitive market, followed by insights from Dr. Sherri Reese, Director of Talent at Michigan State University. Dr. Reese has over 20 years in human resources, investigations, and academia. 

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Trends & Thought Leadership

ITMs grew in popularity as an efficient means of talent mobility during the pandemic’s labor upheaval. How can CHROs continue to maximize the platforms’ value after the initial shine wears off?

Five lessons for your work and personal life from the new book Supercommunicators, by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charles Duhigg.

The US Supreme Court delivered a pivotal ruling in the case of Starbucks vs. McKinney, resolving a circuit split and providing much-needed consistency and clarity for businesses, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and lower courts across the country. 

Ask these five questions to determine if your organization is following the leadership principles modeled by AFC Richmond’s fictional (but eternally wise) coach.

Upcoming In-Person Experiences

Registration to select in-person events are included with your SHRM Executive Network membership. To ensure an exclusive and elevated experience, seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Visionaries Summit

September 25 - 27, 2024

Join us in Austin, TX September 25-27 as we navigate disruption in the modern workplace. The Visionaries Summit is exclusive to members of the SHRM Executive Network. We will highlight how HR leaders can successfully address emerging challenges including incivility, AI integration, and economic uncertainty with innovative strategies and executive-level insights.


November 11 - 14, 2024

Join us for the exclusive SHRM Executive Network Experience at the Women in Leadership Institute (ENX at WIL). This exclusive in-person experience is designed to empower and connect women executives in the EN.