How you leave a job can make a huge impact on how you move forward, but it can also make a huge impact on the company you leave. Recent research conducted by Reflektive, a people management platform, revealed interesting insights concerning the connection between unfair performance reviews and how likely people are to quit. Additionally, […]
The Faces of HR column aims to acquaint our readers with various types of HR professionals and the many hats they wear. Meet Rachel Ernst, the VP of Employee Success at Reflektive and a member of Forbes HR Council. Along with several direct reports, Ernst is responsible for all 200 employees at her organization. Her […]
Casual Fridays at work have been around for decades, but recent trends are moving toward more casual attire in the workplace every day. This trend has been greatly influenced by tech companies and the growing use of remote work. Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of allowing casual dress at […]
Relaxing properly is essential to maintaining your physical and mental health. (The Japanese actually have their own word, karōshi, to refer to death from overwork.) In a professional context, failure to relax can impact the quality and quantity of work you produce. Learning not to think about work outside of working hours can, in fact, […]
When employees are strapped for time, it’s easy for them to disregard long-term projects and goals and focus entirely on their immediate concerns.
California employers will have more time to get newly mandated sexual harassment training programs going, now that Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a bill delaying the requirements.
Research continues to show that good employees leave bad managers, not necessarily bad roles or bad companies. Unfortunately, however, bad managers are prevalent across organizations and entire industries.
These days, we keep hearing about the disengaged workforce and the struggle to retain talent. Coupled with that, Millennials are a growing segment of the workforce (by 2025, they will represent 75% of the global workforce) and are more demanding when it comes to job satisfaction. They are looking for meaningful work, flexibility and autonomy, […]
California employers must comply with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) and, if there is a conflict, follow the law that is most beneficial to employees. This article provides tips on how to satisfy your medical certification obligations under those statutes.
Acquiring and keeping the best sales talent is a priority for most organizations. With all the time, energy, and money that go into perfecting the hiring formula, the reality is that turnover still happens. The good news is that there is a way to reduce it.