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TikTok as the Hottest Job-Bashing Forum

Decades ago, the grumblings, complaints, and revelations of employees were limited to the watercooler. Outside of the office, those grumblings may have found their way to the dinner table or the local watering hole, but that was about the extent of it. Today, of course, social media has dramatically expanded the reach of anyone with […]

It’s Party Time! Can Employers Deduct Costs for Internal Networking Events?

In 2020, the employer-employee relationship was forever altered. The COVID-19 outbreak disrupted industries, halted travel, and changed the way employees work. Employers have been forced to adapt to a tight employment market and workers’ needs. Some companies have decided to offer remote work opportunities and flexible schedules. With work from home becoming the norm, employers […]

Reggie Willis: Making a Difference By Taking a Strategic Approach to DEI

We often find that the chief diversity officers (CDOs) we speak to are driven by a passion for helping and working with people. That passion doesn’t necessarily focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) specifically or exclusively, but DEI work tends to be a great outlet for that passion. And it has been a great […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Listening Is the First Step in Allyship

Guests: Deb LaMere, Chief HR Officer at Datasite Datasite’s Talent and Diversity Survey found that 63% of global dealmakers say diversity in the workplace is important to them, but 21% of them are unsure how to engage appropriately. Deb LaMere—Chief HR Officer at Datasite, a leading SaaS provider for the M&A industry, empowering dealmakers around […]

Want Workers to Return to the Office? Try Making It Greener

Amid a heightened war for talent among companies post-pandemic, U.S. employees have higher expectations for green office spaces and want their employers to make eco-friendly practices a priority, according to new research. Hygiene and health company Essity recently conducted a survey of workers who have returned to the office at least part-time and found that the vast […]

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HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Listening Is the First Step in Allyship

Guests: Deb LaMere, Chief HR Officer at Datasite Datasite’s Talent and Diversity Survey found that 63% of global dealmakers say diversity in the workplace is important to them, but 21% of them are unsure how to engage appropriately. Deb LaMere—Chief HR Officer at Datasite, a leading SaaS provider for the M&A industry, empowering dealmakers around […]

HR Works Podcast: Buying Into the Belonging Experience

Guest: DDS Dobson-Smith, CEO and founder of Soul Trained “Diversity is a fact. Inclusion is a behavior. Belonging is an experience.” In our latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, licensed therapist, author, executive coach, and CEO and founder of Soul Trained, DDS Dobson-Smith, joins to dig deeper into this quote and explain how a […]

A Seat at the Table: DEIB Can’t Be a Second Thought

In the latest episode of A Seat at the Table, listen in as Shrina Sood, Associate Vice President of Talent Acquisition & DEIB Programs at Curriculum Associates, discusses the importance of giving others a seat at the table, what employees are expecting from employers, how accountability benefits everyone, the value of transparency, and so much […]

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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 […]