Talent Economy Week in Review: June 18-22, 2018

These were the top TE stories from this week. Plus, the best of what we read from around the web.
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These were the top Talent Economy stories for the week of June 18-22, 2018:

How Do Corporate Social Responsibility Leaders Help Talent Strategy?: Corporate social responsibility leaders can help companies align mission to actions, thus helping employees find purpose at work, writes Senior Editor Lauren Dixon.

Talent10x: How to Best Reward, Compensate Employees: Jacob Baadsgaard, founder and CEO of Disruptive Advertising, talks with Senior Editor Lauren Dixon about his management style, how he compensates employees and how being generous pays dividends.

How to Prepare for Active Shooters in the Workplace: With mass shootings on the rise, experts share best practices for training employees how to react in an active shooter situation at work. Associate Editor Ave Rio has more.

The Key to Building High-Impact Teams: Individuals work differently alone versus in groups. Here’s how to make them the most effective, write Talent Economy Influencers Alan Todd and Mario Moussa.

Video: 5 Ways to Manage Subcultures: While there is an overall company culture, smaller groups of employees could have their own unique subculture. Watch the full video from Senior Editor Lauren Dixon.

Finally, these are the top talent stories we’re reading from around the web for this week:

Many stories of penalizing expectant and new mothers come out of top U.S. companies, reports the New York Times.

CEOs are speaking out against the U.S. government separating immigrant children from their parents, writes CNN.

LinkedIn created a heat map of job postings to show what potential applicants seek most, via Fast Company.

Intel’s CEO has resigned. The company’s board discovered a past consensual affair with a subordinate, which is in violation of their policy, writes Quartz.

The Supreme Court decided that states have the right to collect sales taxes from online retail sales, reports NPR.

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