The CHRO’s role has evolved rapidly over the past five years as they’ve tackled a rapid succession of complex and costly people problems — including the shift to remote work and back to the office again, heightened calls for diversity and equity, and a recent wave of layoffs. Additionally, increasing pay transparency laws have intensified the scrutiny on salaries and fairness.
All of these developments directly influence employees’ perception of their workplace, and they directly impact the bottom line. That’s why CHROs have an opportunity to position themselves as the financial stewards of the largest item on the P&L list: employees.
Watch this insightful discussion about how CHROs can look to their CFO colleagues as models for applying analytical rigor to their role.