Today’s declining number of female expats means
fewer companies are taking advantage of this key
leadership-development tool for women.
Conflicts are mounting between older workers and
younger supervisors as boomers keep working,
but the right programs and policies can help.
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2011 • $8.95
HIGH PERFORMERS IS A
AT THE NATION’S LARGEST
COMPANIES AS THE
Matthew W. Schuyler, Hilton’s CHRO,
credits the right talent-management
strategies for keeping his company’s
high performers (many of them
standing behind him) from leaving.
DAVID E. HI TTLE
BY MAURA C. CICCARELLI
It’s been the topic of the year: What happens to top talent when the recovery gets into full swing? Despite the on-again, off-again economic recovery, it’s a certainty that high-potential employees have a market value now and in the future. So
it’s instructive to learn how the nation’s largest companies, listed in Human
Resource Executive®’s Top 100 list (see pages 24 and 26), are coping with these
current and future challenges. continued on page 20