Meet Lori Dipprey, the first Chief People Officer at Pariveda Solutions. Her career path has taught her many valuable lessons, including making room for an intersection between home and work for the benefit of both.
Tag: Work/ Life
Today’s competitive job market means that it’s more challenging than ever for employers to attract and retain top talent. Although acquisition is top of mind for employers, retention should be, as well.
Policy enforcers, company watchdogs, the people responsible for firing workers—HR professionals get a bad rap, and new survey findings reveal that employees don’t hold this department in high regard.
Have you noticed it yet? New applicants are walking into their final interviews armed with a set of nonnegotiables that they fully expect their employers to oblige.
Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and Gen Zs, oh my! The workplace has become a “melting pot” of diverse workers from all different age groups, and though some may fear a disconnect among workers, new research finds this is not the case.
The workforce is changing as Baby Boomers continue to retire and Generation Z starts taking their place, and with a “changing of the guards” comes a change in the types of benefits you use to attract and retain top talent. If you haven’t been staying up to date on the latest trends, don’t worry—we’ve outlined […]
By continuing to show employees they are appreciated, you will improve your company’s retention and recruitment efforts. The bottom line is that when organizations implement people-centric approaches and, as a result, their employees feel truly valued, those organizations are able to consistently outperform their competitors.
If new candidates come into your workplace and see how unhappy your current staff is, they’ll decline your job offer in a heartbeat, finds new research from Hibob—a people management platform. Even in a tight labor market, a high salary is not enough as 69% of candidates will reconsider an offer if current employees do […]
The multigenerational workplace is here. By 2020, most organizations will have at least four different generations working alongside each other.
Do we really need to separate life from work? Or are we just not keen enough to ask for so much “life” in our work that we do not have to worry about balancing something out?