Profiles & Case Studies
Leading by listening
As head of talent management at Invitae, Jewel Celestine uses her people-first approach to tailor programs to the exact needs of the organization and its people.
Case study: How MakeShift’s ReMind program heals through creativity
This community health organization is working to alleviate the impact of trauma-heavy professions by providing employees a “creative first aid kit” of therapeutic activities.
Case study: Growing culture and engagement with StartOrganic
The StartOrganic employee gardening program allows talent leaders to align sustainability goals and wellness program offerings in the new hybrid workplace.
Leading from the dance floor
Zoominfo’s senior director of global talent, John Gilleeny, excels at building programs that underscore the organization’s vision, promote growth and aid employees in their careers.
From wellness program to wellness culture: How Worthen Industries succeeds as a family
Worthen Industries’ wellness program helps employees create healthier futures in the workplace and at home while benefiting the bottom line.
Hospital merger on track despite pandemic hurdles
Learn how the small but mighty HR team at St. Lawrence Health managed a merger, pandemic, furlough and growth.
Caring through the camera
Zoom Video Communications’ Jodi Rabinowitz, head of talent and organizational development, excels at building company culture by combining her fun personality and background in social work.
The power of people: How NatureSweet Tomatoes engages employees and benefits the bottom line
NatureSweet’s Meet Our Associates campaign is connecting consumers to the people who grow their food while highlighting how the company invests in its people.
Finding balance, driving results
Sirtex Medical’s first global director of talent management and sales effectiveness, Juan Antonio Ruiz-Hau, has driven a talent transformation across the organization by infusing the company with the skills to perfectly balance people and business.
Case study: Designing HIPO programs that work
The University of Alabama Birmingham, UAB, created a High Potential program, called the “Institute for Leadership.” Since the executive team has ongoing access to the leadership development office, the aim of the program is to promote leadership skills of upper-middle management.
How this 3D printing company improved its culture and talent management strategy
Maintaining company culture in a small startup is easier than sustaining a well-defined culture in a rapidly growing, 60-person company. Here’s how SprintRay found success in culture growth.
A second chance: How Nehemiah’s unconventional hiring program is slashing turnover and changing lives
Nehemiah Manufacturing is outshining competitors largely due to its Second Chance program, which gives ex-cons a supportive community and a career.
Joe Ilvento is unlocking potential at Commvault
Commvault CLO Joe Ilvento draws on his creativity and wealth of experience to deliver solutions. And his unconventional approach has made him a favorite at the company.