May 29, 2024

Empathy Unleashed: The Secret Weapon for 2024’s Workplace Renaissance

HR Daily Advisor

In 2023, the job market experienced a swift downturn characterized by a wave of widespread layoffs. Not only did more than 100,000 tech workers lose employment, but so did hundreds of thousands of workers in other industries. By the end of the year,

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May 13, 2024

Why Leaders Should be Creating a Culture of Genuine Employee Well-Being

HR Daily Advisor

It appears that employers’ good intentions have yet to become significant tangible results for employees. As president of an organizational development and performance consultancy group, I’ve seen this “action gap” first-hand. (more…)

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May 1, 2024

How to Strike a Balance Between Technology and Human Connection in the Workplace

Entrepreneur

The balance between technology and human interaction in the workplace is crucial. As you navigate the fusion of technology and personal interaction in your workplace, find out how to make tech work for your team’s human side, not just its productivity goals. (more…)

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April 26, 2024

Breaking Barriers: How to Challenge Age Stereotypes In the Workplace

Success Magazine

A recent survey that illustrated the U-shaped trajectory of gendered ageism showed that 77% of women under age 35 reported being judged as too young, and 88% of those who were ages 59–64 concurred.

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March 26, 2024

Inflation-Non-Immune: The Rising Costs of Turnover

HR.COM

Make no doubt about it: If you want better retention rates, you need to identify why people choose to say goodbye. Only when you have your answers can you figure out how to give them a reason to stay.

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February 12, 2024

NAVIGATING LAYOFFS: WHAT IS THE TRUE COST OF BUSINESS?NAVIGATING LAYOFFS: WHAT IS THE TRUE COST OF BUSINESS?

The Hr Director

In today’s volatile business landscape, layoffs have become an unfortunate reality. However, when handled poorly, they can do more harm than good, eroding a company’s culture and long-term prospects.

Are we in for a layoff-peppered corporate landscape in 2024? If economic forecasts and leader expectations hold, the answer is leaning toward yes. But before releasing employees, executives and hiring managers need to think long and hard about the decision. (more…)

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January 10, 2024

3 Key Metrics That Employee Engagement Surveys Miss

Harvard Business Review

It’s time to say goodbye to traditional engagement surveys. It’s not that they don’t offer some valuable insights. They do. The problem is that despite their ubiquity, they’re not moving the employee engagement needle much.

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December 20, 2023

3 Strategies to Fix Your Employee Engagement Problem

Human Resources Executive

Employee engagement gets plenty of talk in executive circles. Certainly, it’s an important topic. We want our people to feel passionate about their work. Yet, it’s become more of a check-the-box activity than anything else. Accordingly, only about one-third of team members report being highly engaged—at most organizations, anyway.

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December 6, 2023

How to Build a Socially Responsible Employer Brand (and How It Can Help You Tackle Attrition)

Entrepreneur

People of all ages and from all generations have become skeptical about companies’ corporate social responsibility efforts. Here’s how to fold social change into all the fibers of your corporation’s brand.

The world has changed. People have changed. Why shouldn’t businesses change, too?

Fact is, they should, and they should do it wholeheartedly — and soon. Employees and consumers alike expect more

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