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Leading to the future through innovative people, risk and capital strategies

By John M. Bremen | October 28, 2022

John Bremen provides timely insights for essential people, risk and capital topics, including areas across purpose, risk, work, people, pay, health, wealth and careers.
Compensation Strategy & Design|ESG and Sustainability|Future of Work|Inclusion-and-Diversity|Employee Experience|Ukupne nagrade |Benessere integrato
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John Bremen is a guest contributor for Forbes.com, writing on topics including connected risks, the future of work, leadership strategy, compensation and benefits, ESG and sustainable strategies that support productivity and business success. Stay current on these and other topics with his regular columns.


Table of Contents


  1. Why leaders can’t find and keep frontline workers

    October 28, 2022

    Leaders continue to struggle attracting, retaining and engaging frontline workers amid talent shortages and the “quiet quitting” phenomenon. What can they do to find and retain these essential workers?


  2. Quiet quitting: The real story (don’t blame Gen Z)

    October 18, 2022

    The phenomenon of quiet quitting, made viral by a TikTok video this summer, is not actually new. Effective leaders act decisively, confronting the causes and issues directly.


  3. Why all ESG is not the same

    September 20, 2022

    Recent conversations with board members and c-suite business leaders indicate the way they think about ESG has shifted and matured, including their motivation for various actions.


  4. 2022 Mid-year check in: Tracking changes on risk, COVID, the Great Resignation, hybrid work, ESG and more

    September 08, 2022

    As business leaders set their sights on finishing a volatile year strong, here’s a look at how predictions on 2022 forward-looking trends are faring in an environment of continued disruption.


  5. What the July U.S. jobs report says about the Great Resignation

    August 23, 2022

    The July jobs report adds evidence that the Great Resignation is an indication of talent shortages that could last for the long term.


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