Tag: HR

EntertainHR: Why it’s Never a Good Idea to Overlook Workplace Drama

If you’re a fan of the Bravo sphere, you’re probably noticing a theme in a few of the latest seasons of our favorite shows like Summer House, the Real Housewives of New Jersey, and Vanderpump Rules: conflict amongst co-workers. Conflict is a part of life, and it becomes more frequent when you’re exes that hate […]

Airline AI Use Case

As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance, companies are discovering innovative ways to integrate it into their operations. The airline industry is no exception, with EasyJet standing out as a prime example of how AI can enhance efficiency and customer experience. EasyJet’s AI-Powered Control Center EasyJet recently opened a new control center near Luton Airport […]

How to Help Diverse Teams Thrive: 5 Strategies for Leading with a Multicultural Lens

Lately, while facilitating workshops at companies, I’ve noticed a common theme: frustrated employees and overwhelmed managers. Workers tell me, “I wish my manager would understand me better & take the time to learn more about me and my cultural background.” By the same token, managers are having a hard time even knowing how to start […]

Navigating Delayed Start Dates: Balancing Employee Needs and Organizational Priorities

When a job applicant makes it through the application and interview process and ultimately accepts a job offer from a new employer, there’s plenty of excitement on both sides of the equation. The culmination of this process represents a new beginning for both employer and employee. But, in most cases, that employee is also reaching […]

The Surprising Impact of Tech Layoffs on Software Development Careers

In the wake of economic shifts and technological advancements, the tech employment landscape is undergoing a significant transformation, highlighting an interesting trend: a substantial portion of displaced workers are shifting towards software development roles. What drives this trend, and what does it mean for the tech industry? Major layoffs at leading tech companies have challenged […]

Supriya Jha: Driving Transformative Change in Diversity and Inclusion at SAP

Supriya Jha, the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at SAP, has been a transformative force in the realm of diversity and inclusion. Recognized as one of Diversity Global Magazine’s 2024 Top 15 Chief Diversity Officers, Supriya’s career is a testament to her dedication to fostering inclusive workplaces. Her journey, marked by personal and professional challenges, […]

Keeping Gen Z Engaged in the Workplace

Ready or not, Generation Z’s digital-savvy, socially conscious professionals have entered the workforce. Ranging in age from 12 to 27, Gen Z makes up 30% of the world’s population and will make up just as much of the workforce by 2030. Today, over 17 million young and eager Gen Z workers are already claiming their […]

Quiet Vacationing

A new trend is making waves in the modern workplace. You remember bare-minimum Mondays, quiet quitting and quiet firing, right? Well, welcome to the world of quiet vacationing. This isn’t about flashy trips or jam-packed itineraries. Instead, it’s about taking some time off on the sly. What is Quiet Vacationing? Followers of the quiet quitting […]

A Legal Guide to Navigating Mental Health Disabilities and Ableism at Work

More than 15 percent of all working-age adults live with a mental health condition. Mental health conditions are medical conditions which involve “changes in emotion, thinking or behavior (or a combination of these)” and “can be associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social, work or family activities.” Mental health conditions are prevalent in the […]

Does RTO Necessarily Come at the Cost of Talent?

As companies push forward with return-to-office (RTO) policies, a pressing question emerges: are these policies driving away top talent? The recent MyPerfectResume 2024 Return to Office Survey sheds light on this issue, revealing a disconnect between employer intentions and employee perceptions. Understanding Employee Sentiment Today’s workforce is savvy and well-aware that RTO policies might not […]