During the State of the Union address this year, a group of HR professionals took to Twitter for a little HR activism.
Using #HRSOTU, they advocated for priorities like immigration, workplace flexibility, apprenticeships and health care.
But in the hallowed halls of Congress policy takes a back seat to politics. HR can’t wait for lawmakers.
The #MeToo movement and rising wave of sexual harassment allegations are a prime example. It’s causing some to take a hard look at HR’s role and oftentimes failure to better define policy and procedures to protect employees and employers alike.
Retirement planning is another opportunity. More than half of