These were the top Talent Economy stories from the week of November 13-17, 2017:
These Are the Most Critical Components to Career Development: Today’s complex talent environment means business leaders need to consider their career development programs, which have become a critical tool in attraction and retention, writes Associate Editor Lauren Dixon.
The Drivers of Large-Scale Inequality: Through three parts — education, wealth and technology — Talent Economy examines the effects social and financial imbalance have on the quality and future of workplace talent. Read the cover story of the Fall 2017 Talent Economy quarterly journal here.
Finally, these are the top talent stories we’re reading from around the web for Friday, November 17, 2017:
These are the benefits when non techies run tech companies, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Middle-class families are facing soaring health insurance costs, putting a massive strain on the talent economy, writes The New York Times.
These people were sexually harassed at work and reported it to their companies. Here’s what happened next, according to The Washington Post.
Apple’s first head of diversity is leaving after just one year, reports Quartz.
Finally, a retired Navy SEAL explains the key to waking up earlier, via Business Insider.
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