These were the top Talent Economy stories for the week of April 2-6, 2018:
How Do Financial Wellness Programs Benefit Employees?: Amid stagnant wages and rising costs of living, corporate-sponsored financial wellness programs step in to assist employees, writes Senior Editor Lauren Dixon.
Building Leaders of the Future: Driven by complexity and fueled by rapid change, the practice of leadership development continues to evolve, writes Editor-in-Chief Mike Prokopeak.
Talent10x: Pinsight Founder Martin Lanik on Creating Leadership Habits: Pinsight Founder Martin Lanik joins Senior Editor Lauren Dixon to discuss the flaws in today’s leadership development programs and how to create effective habits as managers.
The C-Suite Needs to Get Smarter About Time: Executives must adapt to modern workplace realities and find the most efficient ways to manage their diverse workforce, writes Talent Economy Influencer Raj Narayanaswamy.
Video: Update Policies About Transgender Workers: Although most states lack specific laws for transgender workers, experts suggest that employers get ahead of the rules that are coming, via Senior Editor Lauren Dixon.
Finally, these are the top talent stories we’re reading from around the web for this week:
Indian companies are increasingly shy about applying for H-1B visas, reports Quartz.
Here’s how the tariffs put on China are already impacting U.S. farmers, via Bloomberg.
More than 3,000 Google employees signed a letter to its CEO, urging him to not develop AI technology for war, reports The New York Times.
Job offers today are increasingly likely to come via text message, writes Fast Company.
Our names could determine our careers to some extent, writes BBC.
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