A diverse and inclusive workplace should be a goal of any organization and not out of a sense of altruism. Diversity and inclusion have real impacts on a company’s bottom line.
In physical, labor-intensive jobs, companies are often concerned about both the ability of employees to be able to do the work and the potential liability for workplace injuries.
Anyone catch TV Land’s Younger last week (season 5, episode 9)? Because this is a G-rated blog, I’ll spare you the name of the episode. Suffice it to say, the episode showed that looking out for number one and clawing your way to the top does not help women achieve professional success.
When we think of HR, we tend to think of business casual dress in an office environment. But some of the companies that might benefit the most from a strong HR department do not fit that mold.
This spring, the Trump Administration indicated that it plans to revoke work authorization for H-4 visa holders and that it would provide details about a new policy by the end of June. That deadline has come and gone, but speculation about what the change might mean for H-4 visa holders is rampant.
Let’s imagine you’re one of those people who wants a modicum of success in his or her life. Sounds like most of us, no? Maybe you’d like to pick a career and enjoy a good run leading up to a good retirement. Maybe you want to build a business and turn it into an institution. […]
The difference between stagnant organizations and dynamic ones is clear: In dynamic organizations, ideas are readily surfaced, developed, and implemented—and leadership makes all the difference.
The age of Intelligent Automation (IA), defined as artificial intelligence combined with process automation technology, is becoming increasingly realistic as new advances to devices and software become commonplace in our professional and personal lives. This quickly approaching era will see the use of robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence and advanced analytics technologies to automate […]
Employee engagement is as necessary to a business as a paycheck is to a worker—but the mere necessity of these two doesn’t make them effortless by default. As explained by the Institute of Employment Studies, employee engagement is a two-way street, where both the organization and the employee have the right to decide on the […]
Who doesn’t remember the drudgery of going to class every day? The morning routine, the unending days—so why would the classroom be any better for workplace training?