Women are increasingly represented in public and social sector organizations, but burning out. To support women leaders, agencies can recognize and reward leaders who invest in employee well-being, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Public & Social Sector
By closing long-standing racial equity gaps and preparing people of color for the future of work, the region can put itself on track to recover both equitably and more quickly.
Many homeowners have fallen behind on payments throughout the COVID-19 crisis. A few critical considerations can allow states to best help homeowners through Homeowner Assistance Fund programs.
Net-zero commitments are rising, but the net-zero equation is not yet solved. This can only change if nine interdependent requirements are met with singular resolve, unity, and ingenuity.
A robust recovery for the United States’ largest city is a recovery for all New Yorkers, especially its most vulnerable.
The director of one of Europe’s most influential think tanks reflects on how to better prepare for the next pandemic, and turns his attention to the challenges of postpandemic economic recovery in an era of rising climate risk.
How can the federal government think about remote work and the workplace environment—and communicate changes to its workforce?
Faced with rising cyberthreats, government and the private sector will need to improve their digital hygiene while also preparing for the next wave of cyber adversaries.
Experts in healthcare, commerce, security, and more discuss new approaches to address the pandemic when vaccination alone may not be enough and the enduring costs of the crisis continue to rise.
Economies that embrace data sharing for finance could see GDP gains of between 1 and 5 percent by 2030, with benefits flowing to consumers and financial institutions.