Business Wire June 30, 2021
Future Workplace

U.S. survey of more than 200 HR leaders identifies 5 strategic priorities placing HR at the center of business transformation

NEW YORK–The turmoil of the past year has uncovered striking changes among HR leader’s priorities, according to the second annual HR Sentiment Survey conducted by Lyra Health, Boston University and Future Workplace, an advisory and membership organization that prepares HR leaders for the future of work. The study of over 200 senior HR leaders across the U.S. found a shift of priorities from the early months of COVID-19 2020 to currently where the focus has moved to employee well-being, mental health and DEI, and reshaping the HR priorities.

“Companies that do not adopt new models and paradigms will struggle to...

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