COVID-19 has shifted the priorities of workers where they place more value on work-life balance and culture over compensation and job titles. | Photo by Marten Newhall on Unsplash

Employees shouldn’t need to be in-office to validate their contributions. Photo by Elisa Ventur on Unsplash


The pandemic is starting to shake the stigma surrounding resume gaps due to millions of workers losing their jobs as a result of the economy downsizing. Photo by RODNAE Productions from Pexels

The stereotypes against HR are unfair and take away from the value they bring to the overall organization. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels


Toxic managers can deprive the best employees of their confidence, destroy their mental health and compromise their sanity. Photo by Elisa Ventur on Unsplash


Aside from the policies and processes in place, HR is there to make sense of the gray areas and advocate for the people. Photo by Firmbee.com on Unsplash

Are you asking the right questions?

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The world of business is changing, and naturally, so are the requirements of good leadership. However, organizations must quickly decipher what these requirements are, and how to implement them. Photo by air focus on Unsplash


The business world has changed, so when it comes to leaders inspiring high performance, the status quo has changed. Photo by Hannah Busing on Unsplash


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Heidi Lynne Kurter

Forbes senior journalist, workplace culture consultant, leadership coach, domestic violence advocate, workplace bully activist and Corgi mom!

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