Recruitment, Retention, & Development / Editing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online and in print. Job, Career, or Purpose?Leaders should learn to manage — and value — employees whose sense of purpose comes from outside the organization. Employer Branding Is the New Marketing ImperativeCMOs and their marketing teams are well positioned to help companies build a brand that attracts and retains top talent. Dump Traditional Reviews to Better Measure PerformanceWe need to move on to a new way of measuring — and accelerating — employee performance. Supply Chain Leaders, Prioritize These Three Talent Strategy EssentialsTo strengthen resiliency, companies need to build flexibility into the supply chain talent base. Why Workplace Hierarchies Matter in Skill TransformationLeaders need to recognize workplace hierarchies to create an effective learning environment for employees. Invest In People to Best Manage Through DisruptionThe most effective response to disruption is a long-view focus on employee development. Where Are the Robots?Automation anxiety is a distraction. The bigger issue is blue-collar job growth amid labor scarcity. The New Strategic Road Map for Attracting and Retaining Working ParentsNew research exposes the conflicts working parents may face when weighing concerns about work and career geography. Four Steps to Successful Virtual HiringNew research points to four ways organizations can improve their approach to virtual hiring practices. How to Develop Early-Career Talent VirtuallyResearch points to five ways organizations can better support early-career employees in a fully remote work environment. Do You Know Who Your Best Interviewers Are?Identifying your best interviewers can substantially reduce hiring expenses and increase the quality of hires. Five Strategies to Retain Women in TechThe most important factor in attracting and retaining women in the tech sector is having an inclusive workplace culture. How Job Crafting Can Make Work More SatisfyingJob crafting, a proactive take on job redesign, can help improve employee engagement and satisfaction.