In a couple of previous posts, we’ve discussed the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We’ve talked about understanding and communicating with diverse markets, discovering new insights, and the importance of diversity and inclusion to your employees. We know it’s important. Now what? Here, we look at five strategies to promote diversity and […]
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A lot of organizations talk about the importance of fostering creativity and openness within their workplaces. Great ideas can come from any level of the company, and these organizations recognize that there is a real danger in leaving decision making exclusively to the upper echelons. However, despite their best efforts, many organizations suffer from company […]
The importance of diversity and inclusion is a topic that was little discussed in years past, but one that is becoming ever more important and gaining increasing interest among scholars and business leaders every year. Over several posts, we’ll look at the topics of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. First, we’ll discuss their importance […]
Servant leaders have continued to change their employees’ lives, their industries, and the world for decades. Here are five examples of real-life brands that embody servant leadership.
Employees get accustomed to certain platforms, policies, procedures, and workflows over time, even if they weren’t always a fan of how everything gets done inside your organization. Humans are still innately creatures of habit and tend to collectively abhor change.
One out of five jobs in the United States is held by a contract worker.1 And more and more employers are starting to consider hiring them for impending job vacancies.
Continuing from yesterday’s post, here’s more information regarding what you need to know about shootings and violence in the workplace.
We are currently in the middle of a worldwide employee engagement crisis. According to Gallup, approximately 70% of the U.S. workforce is not engaged at work, and over half of the workforce is actively looking for new employment because they’re disengaged at work.
Your success as a mentor is tied to the success of your mentees. And while you certainly won’t offer your mentees bad advice on purpose, you might unknowingly do so. (See yesterday’s post with advice for mentees who get bad advice.)
Upsettingly, active shooter drills are becoming commonplace in schools across the United States. And after the workplace shooting that happened at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California, on April 3, active shooter drills are going to become commonplace at various companies, too.