Multi-national team etiquette

The everyday challenges of remote work etiquette

In this article, we’re going to explore how you can best prepare your teams for the potential pitfalls of remote work etiquette as your company grows and diversifies.

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Flexible Benefits for Progressive Recruitment

Progressive recruitment: How flexible benefits packages can help

We’re going to explore some of the most progressive benefits businesses offer today and break down how to build a flexible system that supports an effective recruitment and retention strategy.

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Managing Multi-Generational Workforces

Tapping into the power of today's multi-generational workforce

Today’s workforce spans at least four generations. They equip companies with nearly a century of workforce evolution and experience when brought together. The value of this experience is priceless.

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How to Keep Remote Employees Engaged

4 tips to keep your dispersed teams engaged

The surge in remote and hybrid work has caused in-person interactions and employee engagement to decline. As a result, managers are on the lookout for ways to keep their dispersed teams engaged. Driving engagement within and among remote teams relies on trust and proper communication.

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Benchmarking and How to Talk Comp With Your People

Benchmarking and how to talk comp with your people

One way companies can begin to navigate compensation discussions with their people is by having a well-crafted compensation strategy … And your compensation strategy is only as good as the data that underpins it. This is where benchmarking comes in.

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How to integrate anti-bias into your company culture

How to integrate anti-bias into your company culture to achieve real DEI&B

A lot of companies talk about DEI&B. It’s definitely a buzzword. But most conversations don’t address what practical steps people and organizations need to take to achieve it. If we want to build diverse, equitable, and inclusive cultures where people feel a genuine sense of belonging, we have to pull bias out at the roots. This means weaving anti-bias into the fabric of our company cultures, from hiring practices to values, how you build workflows, and how you encourage and react to employee feedback.

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Unpacking Hybrid and Return-to-Office Challenges

Building a positive work culture: Unpacking hybrid and return-to-office challenges

As we adapt to this new world of work, return-to-office questions are becoming more nuanced and harder to solve.

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Personalized Onboarding Experiences Make a Difference

First impressions count! How Bob creates personalized onboarding experiences new hires won’t forget.

Providing your people with a successful onboarding experience is essential for employee satisfaction and retention, as research by the Brandon Hall Group shows. In fact, they found that organizations with a strong onboarding process increase their retention of new hires by 82 percent and productivity by an incredible 70 percent.

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Dynamic Workforce Planning Strategies

Dynamic workforce planning strategies for market ups and downs

Traditionally, companies have employed workforce planning and talent management during market downturns as part of workforce reduction strategies. But in today’s unpredictable economy, HR leaders need to be prepared for sudden, overnight growth as much as for downsizing—especially in the tech industry. The key is to build dynamic workforce plans you can apply to various situations.

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4 techniques for building an authentic remote culture

4 remote leadership techniques for building cultures of authenticity and empathy

Trying to come up with the next generation's ping-pong table is overthinking it. At the core, building a great culture is about creating a space where people can genuinely connect with each other. The conversations people have are the essence of strong, healthy cultures, whether people sit next to each other or talk through a Zoom screen.

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One-on-one meetings

How to optimize one-on-one meetings for your remote teams

One-on-one meetings are a dedicated, recurring time block on the calendar that opens up a space for managers and their team members to have honest, open-ended conversations. While many professionals prefer remote and hybrid work, the loss of face-to-face meetings has challenged interpersonal relationships.

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How to be a great HR leader

How to be a great HR leader in the new world of work

Leading a human resources team is no small undertaking. In addition to the need for hard skills like using HR technology and vast knowledge of complex topics like benefits and compliance, HR leaders must also demonstrate an entire arsenal of soft skills, including empathy, communication, organization, and leadership.

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How to keep your people out of the Big Quit

High-impact retention strategies for a high turnover world

Investing in your people’s career development and learning is another way to keep them engaged and happy in their roles.

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Increase employee engagement

35 tips for increasing employee engagement

Employee engagement is the natural result of a people-first culture that connects people, encourages growth and development, and allows people to bring their authentic selves to work.

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Priortizing mental health and wellbeing

How companies can proactively improve their people’s mental health

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month and is dedicated to raising awareness about the physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing of our community members. Reducing the stigma surrounding those living with psychological or behavioral health issues is key to cultivating healthy communities and company cultures.

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