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The Future of Work Is Now
“I don’t think this crisis fundamentally changes the role of HR. What it does, though, is reveals how companies think about HR. For the companies that have a very limited view of the role, that’s exactly what they’re getting right now.”—Lucien Alziari, CHRO of Prudential Financial
“In the past, we spent a lot of time trying to teach leaders not to let personal circumstances influence how they lead different people, but the opposite is now true.”—Dawn Rogers, CHRO of Pfizer
“This experience could create a more collective mindset among workers who are not in white-collar jobs or in technology businesses. This might be personified in a traditional form like labor unions or manifested with employees using social media.”—Alan May, CPO at Hewlett Packard Enterprise
“A prediction is that mental health and wellness benefits will never be an afterthought again. I treated it like a competitive advantage when I was the CHRO at LinkedIn, and I’m doing so here at ServiceNow.”—Pat Wadors, CTO at ServiceNow
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