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No. 1 The Evolution of the HR Function: COVID-19 Challenges and Opportunities

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Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer; Founder, InternAlliance

Danielle Gruppo is chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer and founder of InternAlliance, an award winning human resources consulting firm with expertise in workforce diversity, equity...

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The Evolution of the HR Function: COVID-19 Challenges and Opportunities. Exploring best practices through the evolution of the HR function during the COVID-19 pandemic, also reveals challenges. The use of technology, communications transparency, and adjusting to the “new norm” are critical for benefits department and workplace success.


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Matt Chester on Nov 30, 2020

Thanks for sharing, Danielle-- so interesting to see how every single aspect of the utility industry, even (or especially) HR, has had to adjust to the 'new normal' 

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