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HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Employee Mental Health and the Importance of Appreciation

Guests: Dr. Meisha-Ann Martin, Senior Director of People Analytics and Research at Workhuman May is Mental Health Awareness Month. For those who are struggling, know that it’s okay to not be okay—please reach out for help if you need it, and remember that there are people who care about you. These past two years took […]

How HR Professionals Can Help Employees Adapt to Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is, well, transformative. In many ways, this can be a deeply positive thing for companies, employees, and consumers alike. However, no matter how beneficial, change is not always easy. This is especially true for your employees, who are likely to feel pretty comfortable with the status quo, have habituated themselves to their job […]

It’s Time for HR Pros to Throw Out Résumés and Unstructured Interviews

Workforces and talent pools have changed dramatically in recent years; labor is more mobile than ever, diversity and inclusion have become increasingly vital for all companies, and the recruitment and retention of skilled workers is crucial to remain competitive in the global economy. Meanwhile, employees are demanding greater flexibility, professional development opportunities, and higher wages—all […]

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Ignore Your Best Employees, and They’ll Go Away!

The modern U.S. economy is heavily people-driven. Unlike in the more industrial economy of the previous century, what sets great companies apart from good companies today is more likely their human resources than their physical capital, like factories and machines. It’s perhaps surprising, then, when we hear that high-performing employees often feel neglected and underserved […]

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HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Employee Mental Health and the Importance of Appreciation

Guests: Dr. Meisha-Ann Martin, Senior Director of People Analytics and Research at Workhuman May is Mental Health Awareness Month. For those who are struggling, know that it’s okay to not be okay—please reach out for help if you need it, and remember that there are people who care about you. These past two years took […]

Pages of HR: The Silent Killers of Exploration

  In the latest episode of Pages of HR, I am pleased to be joined by Andy Binns, co-founder of Change Logic and award-winning corporate innovation guru. Andy has teamed up with Charles O’Reilly and Michael Tushman on the new guidebook Corporate Explorer: How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game. Corporate Explorer is a […]

HR Works Podcast: Does a Return to the Office Make Sense?

Guest: Patrik Wilkens, Vice President of Operations at TheSoul Publishing Does pushing employees to leave their home offices and return to the workplace really make sense for your organization? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, Patrik Wilkens, Vice President of Operations at TheSoul Publishing, joins to talk about what is driving companies […]

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6 Steps to Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

Conflict resolution in the workplace can be broken down into steps to simplify the process. By doing so, HR and managers can ensure more effective communication and a more effective conflict resolution process.

7 Tips for Retaining Employees During Addiction Treatment

About 10% of Americans have experienced drug addiction at some point in their lives. If one of your employees is struggling with this disease, you might be tempted to fire him or her.

Bringing Them Back: Key Considerations as Employers Bring Employees Back Into the Office

After the mass rollout of COVID-19 vaccines during spring 2021, Americans were looking forward to the end of the pandemic as millions were vaccinated. The optimists included not only individuals but also companies eager to get staff back into offices after more than a year of working remotely. While the highly publicized Delta variant has […]