Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.
Finding the right talent is difficult. Many companies are using “returnships” to bring experienced employees back to the workplace. Are you utilizing employees on leave?
How do companies decide what is important when setting their company cultures?
LLamasoft’s Craig Wigley shared how his company is transitioning away from traditional performance management processes and creating an ongoing feedback culture.
Patagonia redefined performance management by tossing the year-end review and moving to shorter, quarterly meetings. They’re providing employees with continuous feedback and improving performance overall.
As a leader, you should never assume you know more than your team. Recognize your employees’ skills and knowledge to enable them to contribute great ideas.
According to the World Economic Forum, gender parity won’t be seen in the workplace until 2186. Our Chief Customer and Technology Officer, Anjoo Rai-Marchant, shared her viewpoints, along with other EY alumnae, on what can be done to close the gender gap.
The gender pay gap persists, but companies can fix this persistent problem. Our Chief Engagement Officer, Andee Harris, shares ways organizations can close the gap.
Promoting employee health opens the door for increased productivity, greater communication and relationship-building between employees. What are your healthy initiatives?
Minimize defensiveness, take a step back, evaluate the evaluator. Follow these three steps to be more receptive to feedback and become a better leader.
Our Chief Customer & Technology Officer Anjoo Rai-Marchant and Chief Engagement Officer Andee Harris shared their viewpoints on gender equality and men as allies. How does your company promote workplace diversity?