Reporter covering leadership issues in the headlines Education: BA, History and Journalism, University of Georgia Jena McGregor writes on leadership issues in the headlines – corporate management and governance, workplace trends and the personalities who run Washington and business. Prior to writing for the Washington Post, she was an associate editor for BusinessWeek and Fast Company magazines and began her journalism career as a reporter at Smart Money.
The once-comfortable alliance between Trump and Corporate America has shown unprecedented strain since Wednesday’s attack, forcing a re-examination of everything that businesses had won over the last four years from a White House now thrown into chaos.
We asked human resources advisers, workplace designers and compensation analysts to share predictions for a year that could bring back some normalcy while returning people to workplaces that may never be the same.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, who advises the city’s public retirement funds, said Monday that 34 companies -- some of which had refused to release their government diversity reports as recently as last year -- would disclose their full EEO-1 data by March 2021.