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Leading to the future through innovative human capital and benefits strategies

Compensation Strategy & Design||Future of Work|Inclusion and Diversity|Talent|Total Rewards|Wellbeing
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By John M. Bremen | June 21, 2022

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.


Table of Contents


  1. Managing talent shortages, inflation and recession concerns at the same time

    June 17, 2022

    On top of current challenges created by talent shortages and rising costs, many economists predict the potential for a global recession. Future-seeking leaders are preparing by taking eight actions.


  2. Leadership lessons from returning to in-person meetings

    June 2, 2022

    As travel restrictions decline in many geographies, in-person meetings are increasing. Future-seeking leaders take six actions to make returning to in-person meetings successful for all participants.


  3. Connecting ESG, DEI and risk

    May 4, 2022

    Corporate risk managers underscore the need to step up corporate sustainability efforts across all areas of ESG.


  4. Why salary increases do not keep pace with inflation

    April 12, 2022

    Despite severe talent shortages and the ongoing impact of The Great Resignation, corporate salary increase budgets trail inflation in 2022, surprising many leaders.


  5. Reimagining work, pay and benefits during major crises and the Great Resignation

    March 25, 2022

    In the midst of crisis, future-seeking leaders recognize the impact on their workforce and address risks during what many continue to call the Great Resignation.


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