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Leading to the future through innovative human capital and benefits strategies

Future of Work|Inclusion and Diversity|Talent|Total Rewards|Wellbeing
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By John M. Bremen | September 7, 2021

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. Reducing talent risk through workplace dignity

    September 7, 2021

    Cultures of dignity translate to gains on key talent metrics, including employee wellbeing, retention, DEI, and an innovative and collaborative work environment.


  2. Protecting and leading through the Delta variant and beyond

    August 19, 2021

    Leaders need to continue to live with the risks of COVID-19 variants, working to fulfill their responsibility to protect their people, customers and communities while continuing to grow and be profitable.


  3. Transforming "The Great Resignation" into "The Great Hire"

    August 2, 2021

    In the midst of “The Great Resignation, net talent gainers are playing both talent offense and defense by creating an environment where people want to be, thus prompting “The Great Hire.”


  4. Getting real about hybrid and remote work

    July 20, 2021

    Adapting well to new ways of working can strengthen leadership success in avoiding what many are calling "The Great Resignation." Strategies by leaders shift the tide to gain rather than lose talent.

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