Tag: workplace culture

Age Bias—It's Easy to Step into a Discrimination Claim

In an article for ProPublica by Peter Gosselin and Ariana Tobin, the authors use IBM as a case study for the dangers of organizations leaving themselves open to claims of age discrimination. IBM was one of the original “tech” companies—so original that it seems old school compared with names like Facebook, Amazon, and even Microsoft.

How to Implement Flex Schedules for Your Employees that Work (Part 2)

Continuing from yesterday’s post, here are the remaining steps for implementing flex schedules for your employees that work. Step 4. Determine Flex Schedules You’ll Offer It’s important to remember that not all employees or organizations will want or benefit from the same type of flex schedule options. Some employees may prefer to work remotely twice […]

Using Employee Surveys to Measure Employee Engagement

Organizations around the world recognize that employee engagement is a crucial element in a company’s productivity and effectiveness. An engaged and committed workforce will go the extra mile in terms of effort, passion, and creativity to push an organization ahead of its competitors. At the same time, employee engagement can be a vague and often […]

What to Include in Your Employee Engagement Checklist

Kevin Sheridan recently spoke as the Day 1 opening keynote for the 2018 HR Daily Advisor Annual Conference. In the keynote session, Sheridan focused on how to attract talented employees to the workplace, empower them, and sustain an environment in which they are more likely to stay.  Here, Sheridan provides a brief recap of the […]


Engagement Guru and HRDA 2018 Keynoter Predicts Top 10 Workplace Trends

2018 is here and with a new year, comes new workplace predictions. As luck or prescient knowledge would have it, seven of the 10 workplace predictions I made last year turned out to be correct.