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Total Rewards in Today’s Terms

  Pay equity and transparency, hybrid work, mental health benefits, human capital disclosures, the future of work, third party administrators, CD&A, broad-based compensation, market pricing, Radford data, Mercer data, short- and long-term incentive plans…   All these aspects lead to the Total Rewards (TR) function: the current list of priorities, the regulatory landscape, the complexity …

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Three Steps to Take to Win in the Great Resignation

July 2021 was a record-breaking month. Four million Americans quit their jobs, which left a record-breaking 10.9 million jobs open at the end of that month. Called the “Great Resignation,” this trend has seen an unprecedented number of people leaving their current jobs or, at the very least, exploring their options in a labor market …

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Looking into the HR Crystal Ball: 2022 Predictions from Blue Rock Search

Over the last two years, HR leaders have faced more challenges than anyone could have ever anticipated. Being a CHRO or Head of Talent is incredibly difficult right now. In fact, during the week of December 25, 2021, weekly jobless claims came close to hitting a 52-year low, according to a CNBC report.   Meanwhile, …

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Blue Rock Chosen to Lead Search for Chief People Officer at LiveRamp

Sarasota, FL: August 11, 2021 – Blue Rock Search is honored to be chosen to lead the search for Chief People Officer at technology leader LiveRamp. LiveRamp is a leading data connectivity platform, with core identity capabilities and an unparalleled network to help organizations effectively understand and utilize data in pursuit of improved customer experiences …

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Corporate Culture and Performance: What CEOs Need to Know

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines culture as “the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization.” It defines team as “a number of persons associated together in work or activity.”   Most executives would read these definitions and think they sound straightforward and fairly basic. However, the human psychological and …

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