Priyansha Mistry

The INs and OUTs of Business Literacy

Leadership - August 01, 2019

Financial ignorance carries massive costs. Without an understanding of basic financial concepts, executives are not well-equipped to make decisions related to financial m...

Making Diversity Central to Success: Q&A With Chevron’s Chief Diversity Officer

Featured - August 01, 2019

Diversity is an overused word, but at Chevron it’s a perfect description of its corporate culture. How did it happen? The company’s 2018 Corporate Responsibility Repo...

5 Office Etiquette to Live By

Avoid foul & offensive language in the workplace A 2007 study published in the Leadership and Organizational Development Journal by Yehuda Baruch and Stuart Jenkins o...

Leadership Lessons from IBM’s CHRO Diane Gherson: Lead the Change

Leadership - July 23, 2019

One of the most common questions Jane Harper gets at The HR Digest is: “How can I become a better HR leader?” Great leadership takes years of practice. A primary reas...

US Jobless Claims Fall; Single Mothers and Minorities Face Lower Barriers in Jobs Market

Featured - July 11, 2019

US Jobless claims dropped to 209,000 in the week ended July 6, which included the July 4 holiday, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. The closely watch...

Key Stages and Symptoms of Job Burnout

Job Burnout was first described by American-German psychologist Herbert Freudenberger in 1974, and has since appeared in thousands of scientific publications (850,000 acc...

Organizations Strengthening Sex-Partition in the Workplace

Featured - July 07, 2019

Survey: Men in workplace evading solo interactions with women Sixty percent of male managers are uncomfortable participating in common work activity with a woman, such as...

Flexible Jobs Can Make Work Life Balance Harder, Study Finds

Featured - July 06, 2019

Flextime is supposed to promote and facilitate work-life balance. A study from Germany suggests otherwise. Men and women with children reported that flexible working left...

Highest Paying Jobs in the US Army

Enrolling into any of the jobs in the US army requires some level of special skills to be successful while also depending on the applicant’s strengths. While the applic...

CEO Turnover Rate Has Hit a Record High

Featured - May 28, 2019

According to a new study by Strategy&, the consulting arm of PwC, CEO turnovers reached 17.5 percent last year, the highest since the inception of the survey in 2000....

The Ripple Effect of Zappos’ Self-Management System

In the Japanese island of Okinawa, people live by a value called ikigai. Pronounced “ick-ee-guy,” the word is said to have no direct translation in English, though ...

Race Against Bias: Are We Aware of Our Own Unconscious Bias?

Unconscious bias is hard-wired into our brains. It’s a survival mechanism, so basic and below our conscious radar. It helps us better sift through the constant stream o...

Celebrating 10 Powerful HR Leaders

Never have HR leaders had to handle so much change so rapidly. The modern economy demands transforming companies endlessly, necessitating profound changes in the workforc...

Peter Fasolo, CHRO at Johnson & Johnson, On the Value of Transformational Growth and Innovation

“Creating Opportunities for a Multigenerational Workforce” This is custom heading element The HR Digest: Johnson & Johnson is said to have a very strong c...

Stefan Ries on SAP’s Most Comprehensive Workforce Skills Upgrade

“Workforce Skills Upgrade: A New Competitive Advantage” SAP is one of the few companies leading diversity & Inclusion, having implemented a comprehensive ...

Lockheed Martin’s Patricia Lewis on Inspiring the Next Generation of STEM Professionals

“Taking the Right Lead” For many years, Patricia Lewis, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Lockheed Martin Corporation, has advocated increasing the...