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Leading to the future through innovative human capital and benefits strategies

Compensation Strategy & Design|ESG and Sustainability|Future of Work|Inclusion and Diversity|Talent|Total Rewards|Wellbeing
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By John M. Bremen | December 20, 2021

John Bremen provides timely insights for essential human capital and benefits topics, including areas across purpose, work, people, pay, health, wealth and careers.

John Bremen is a guest contributor for Forbes.com, writing on topics including the future of work, leadership strategy, compensation and benefits, and sustainable strategies that support productivity and business success. Stay current on these and other topics related to human capital and benefits with his regular columns.


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  1. Leading to the future through innovative human capital and benefits strategies

    December 20, 2021

    The presence of the Omicron variant plus other high-impact risks demonstrates that leaders will continue to face unanticipated risks. Future-focused leaders adapt through six differentiating actions.


  2. Use culture to fight wage inflation and skill shortages during The Great Resignation

    December 20, 2021

    Future-focused leaders build culture and people programs that reflect what their employees need and want, creating great places to work.


  3. Don’t blame the millennials: The demographics causing talent shortages and The Great Resignation

    November 26, 2021

    Future-seeking leaders recognize they need to take action to address the significant changes in employee work preferences and habits due to the pandemic, as well as the more permanent demographic shifts.


  4. People, risk and capital: Lead out of the current crisis, not the last one

    November 4, 2021

    Future-seeking leaders combine defensive action with a strong offense, recognizing and embracing that they need to take different actions to lead out of the current crisis.


  5. More leadership actions to tackle The Great Resignation

    October 29, 2021

    Net talent gainers take actions based on lessons learned during the pandemic and through remote and hybrid work to differentiate themselves and tackle “The Great Resignation.”


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