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Employee Experience

Do Companies Need a Platform to Deliver Better Employee Experience?

Since most companies have limited budgets, it makes sense to focus on moments that matter for employees when investing in EX technology.

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Leadership

6 Leadership Skills for the Digital-First Era

The digital-first operating model ushered in a new type of employee experience that requires a different set of leadership skills.

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Employee Experience

Definitive Proof That Employee Experience ROI Is Getting Closer

Recent research shows there’s no reason to hold back on investment in employee experience. It's not just good for employees. It's good for business, too.

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Leadership

The Era of 'Company Before Self' Is Defunct

Corporate values that insist on putting the organization first miss the mark with today's workforce. Employee experience demands a different approach.

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Employee Experience

Is a Return to the Office Right for Your Company?

Organizations that make a hasty call to return to the office are setting themselves up for big problems. Consider a softer, more permissive approach.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Here's What Happened in My First Meeting in the Metaverse

Companies have to do something about soul-killing video meetings, and technologies like the metaverse offer possibilities that make even this skeptic excited.

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Employee Experience

Should HR Be Employee-Driven or Product-Driven?

Is it time for people-focused HR to pivot to a product-centric approach? It seems counterintuitive but it's right on target for better employee experiences.

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Leadership

We Can’t Keep Blaming Technology for a Lack of Leadership Empathy

Better CEO's move to fire 900 employees over Zoom blew up due to a sheer lack of empathy. Here are some lessons learned.

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Information Management

How HR Leaders Can Support Cybersecurity in a Ransomware World

Less than two weeks before Christmas, a cybersecurity disaster struck users of UKG’s Kronos Private Cloud services. Here's how HR could have helped.

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Talent Management

The Job Market for HR Talent Is Hotter than Tech

Of the occupational sectors that Indeed tracks, human resources is second only to loading and stocking jobs in the growth of the number of job postings.

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Employee Experience

The State of Transgender Employee Experience

There's been progress, but new research spotlights there's more to do to create a culture of belonging for transgender employees.

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Employee Experience

Give Up Control to Thrive During the Great Resignation

While necessary, some management choices are making life more stressful for employees. It's time to give up the idea that you can control workers.

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Employee Experience

The Real Opportunity for Employee Experience

We're getting closer to a real definition for employee experience, and software platforms are catching up to what both administrators and employees want.

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Digital Workplace

What to Know About Regulation of AI at Work

Government regulation of AI is not a question of if, but when. Prepare for it by evaluating how it's being used in your organization.

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Digital Workplace

Vaccine Mandates Score Another Win for the Digital Workplace: Flexibility

Vaccine mandates are putting pressure on employers to monitor staff compliance. They also give remote and digital workplaces another advantage.

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Digital Workplace

Beyond the Ping-Pong Table: Workplace Culture and Perks in a Remote Work World

Office perks were over the top pre-pandemic. But what they reflect about workplace culture needs to be examined in relation to remote and hybrid work.

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Digital Workplace

What the Merger of Headspace and Ginger Means for the Digital Workplace

Organizations need practical solutions for employee mental health and well-being. But there are broader implications for workplace technology.

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Digital Workplace

Apple Proves That Hybrid Work Doesn’t Come Easy

If Apple is struggling with return-to-office plans and hybrid work, what can the rest of us do? Flexibility will be key.

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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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Employee Experience

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.