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Human capital has become central to corporate agendas as the dynamic between employees and employers has shifted in recent years. CEOs continue to view talent as a top concern even in the face of a slowing economy. This has elevated the strategic role of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) as a critical leader in the C-suite. Together, CEOs and CHROs are tackling critical talent management issues from developing the leaders and managers they need to drive the business to advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives to keeping factories and stores fully staffed with an engaged workforce. All the while, they must jointly tackle the pressing tactical issues related to returning to the office, managing hybrid and remote workforces, and supporting an ever-growing need for health and wellness support as burnout, mental health challenges, and other personal health issues have risen to the fore on the HR agenda.

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