Tag: lance haun
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.
Can Hybrid Work Be Fair to All?
The decision to adopt a hybrid working model is not a simple one when some employees need to be in person. Here are some factors to consider.
Technology Didn’t Save the World. People Did
People's resilience and adaptability made the rapid digital transformation of work in the last year possible, despite what technologists would have you believe.
It's Time to Address the Coming Leadership Void
Even before the pandemic, leadership development was lacking. Now we're on the verge of a new leadership crisis.
It's Time to Take Another Look at Employee Monitoring
Evidence points to rising surveillance in the remote workplace. Before going further, employers should take a step back and consider what employees think.
What the Amazon Union Vote Means for the Intersection of Labor and Innovation
The labor movement's recent defeat shows that unions need to account for technological advancement in how we work as they refocus organizing efforts.
Making the Case for a 4-Day Workweek
Eight hours a day, five days a week. COVID is giving employers the perfect opportunity to rethink the standard workweek.
The Real Engagement Challenge Is Just Beginning
Just as we're getting used to new work routines, they're bound to change again. Focus on employee listening to guide your next steps.
Digital Transformation Leaders: It’s Time to Advocate for Nationwide High-Speed Internet
There’s a massive urban-rural divide in broadband access. If you believe in the power of a digital revolution, you need to ask how you’re helping to close it.
Why Offering Cash to Employees to Get Vaccinated Is a Problem
Offering incentives to get employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine is well intentioned. But there are better ways to boost overall vaccination rates.
Think Employee Experience Is the Same as Employee Engagement? Don’t Be So Sure
Organizational approaches to employee engagement and experience are maturing in tandem. That's a good thing.
The 4 Technologies That Will Make the Digital Workplace Permanent
The technologies rolled out in the midst of the crisis will become core to how organizations thrive digitally going forward.
Why HR Generalists Aren’t on the Decline, at Least Not Yet
The number of HR generalist roles may be shrinking but they just might be exactly the people you need for digital transformation.
2020 Is the Perfect Year to Reimagine the Holiday Party
You don't have to be a Grinch to see that it's time to rethink the annual holiday party as we know it.
HR Struggles With Agile Principles for Good Reason
Rather than look at it as a shortcut to a faster, more innovative function, HR leaders should look at agile as a larger exercise in transformation.
What Games Like Minecraft Can Teach HR About No-Code Automation
No-code and low-code solutions are becoming more useful to HR and the skills to build them are coming from an unexpected place: games.
Digital Hiring May Become the Rule Instead of the Exception
As we’ve normalized a lot of digital employee experiences, one that has been slow to change is hiring. Are we on the verge of a new model?
Learning & Development
Higher Education May Be the Answer to Bridge the HR Digital Skills Gap
It's time to pick up the pace of digital skill investment. And HR can be the test case for how to create effective partnerships to close the skills gap.