Tag: inclusion

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Employee Experience

Employee Mental Health and Well-Being Are No Game

Workplace leaders are in the midst of a serious reckoning. Time to fix the fragmented ecosystem of mental health technologies and services before it’s too late.

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Leadership

Should Companies Speak Out on Social and Political Issues?

Customers today expect companies to stand up for social and political justice. Whether or not they actually do can be a complicated decision.

Get Reworked Podcast Episode 18 Guest Malia Lazu

Leadership

Get Reworked Podcast: How to Take Your Diversity Strategy From Intention to Impact

Corporate statements are more often performance than reality. Diversity strategist Malia Lazu breaks down how to turn good intentions into real action.

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Employee Experience

5 Ways Diversity and Inclusion Changed in the Last Year

The move to a largely hybrid workplace has shifted priorities, but not without significant effects on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

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Leadership

The Chief Well-Being Officer: The C-Suite’s New Culture Warrior

For companies worried about stress and anxiety, a chief well-being officer could be the performance fix they're looking for. Here's what the role looks like.

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Learning & Development

The 4 Business Challenges Employee Skill Development Can Solve

Knowing the skills your workforce has and what they need is an intellectual exercise if not coupled with a business challenge that knowledge can help address.

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Employee Experience

DEIB Technology Is Evolving to Meet the Moment

Organizations must make good on the promises they made in response to the social challenges of the last year. There's a maturing set of technologies to help.

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Digital Workplace

Year One AC: How the Digital Workplace Is Evolving Post-Coronavirus

What have we learned about work from the pandemic? Several changes are here to stay while others will revert back, with a few important adjustments.

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Leadership

Mind the Generation Gap at Work

Drawing conclusions about performance, creativity, adaptability or commitment based on age is not only counterproductive, it's just plain invalid.

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Digital Workplace

Employers Neglect Gender Equity, Seek Smarter Management of Contingent Workers & More HR Tech News

Software vendors launch features to boost diversity & inclusion, Paycor adds performance management & Beeline brings talent intelligence to contingent workers.

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Leadership

5 Reasons Why Your Company Should Be More Inclusive

Many businesses embrace diversity in the workplace, but remain unaware of why inclusion is equally important. Their future success depends on getting it right.

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Leadership

Soft Skills Are the Great Equalizer in Digital Transformation

Look for both performance and potential to assess talent and address workplace inequities. Start by reframing soft skills in these five ways.

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Leadership

Strategies and Techniques for an Agile, Intrapreneurial Workplace

The key to unlocking innovation inside your company is a clear vision, supportive leaders and a defined process to turn employees' ideas into reality.

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Leadership

Now Is the Time to Redesign the Future of Work

The events of the past year have opened up a golden opportunity to humanize business and modernize HR practices. Here are five places to get started.

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Leadership

Google Hires a New Head of People Ops, SAS Gets a New Tech Leader and More People on the Move

New Google HR leader starts as employee unrest grows, SAS hires a new tech chief and ad firm DDB names a new diversity leader. That and more people on the move.

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Digital Workplace

Uncertainty Reigns About the Start of the Hybrid Work Era and More HR Tech News

Executives wonder when they can open offices, COVID pushes some salaries up and learning and diversity vendors continue growth. That and more HR tech news.

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Leadership

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Efforts Persist at Universities Despite the Pandemic

Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are challenging enough without a pandemic. Universities offer an example of how it can be done.

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Leadership

Can Your Organization Cross the Employee Belonging Threshold?

How do you promote true diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace? You can start by listening.

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Leadership

Belonging Is Essential to the Future of Work

Digitization, smartphones and remote working are forcing us to redefine how we connect with one another. Social psychology offers a guide to the way forward.

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Leadership

Training Isn't the Solution to Diversity Challenges

Ignore the headlines. Diversity training isn't anti-American. But it's also not the way to create a more diverse, inclusive workplace on its own.