Tag Archives: HR

Managing Change In The Post-COVID-19 Workplace

Design alone is not enough to help companies adjust to the post-Covid workplace. According to SmithGroup’s Lise Newman, companies need a robust change management process.

December 3, 2020

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Future Of Work: Bringing Humanity Back To The Hiring Process

Greg Besner, founder of CultureIQ, believes that current hiring processes are letting candidates down. If firms want to attract top talent, their hiring strategy must change. Here, Besner offers advice on how to bring humanity back to the hiring process.

November 6, 2020

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How Remote Work Is Changing HR And Recruiting

The rapid shift to remote work is changing HR and recruitment, with many new hires working remotely from day one. Location-independence means employers can significantly increase the number of top applicants, but it also makes roles more competitive. Applicants are urged to spend time writing a thoughtful cover letter and to send a ‘thank you’ letter after the interview, regardless of the outcome.

October 29, 2020

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The Future Of Employee Benefits: Healthcare And Income Protection Will Take Center Stage | Kara Hoogensen

In this podcast episode, Kara Hoogensen, Senior VP of Specialty Benefits at Principal Financial Group, discusses how employee benefits are changing as companies adopt hybrid work models and tune into employee needs outside of the workplace.

October 23, 2020

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Future Of Work: What Is ‘Shadow HR’ And Why Does It Matter?

One main shift in the business world today is the increasing number of remote, contractual, and independent workers. While a more flexible workforce enables tasks to be completed faster, it comes with certain management challenges — and that’s where ‘shadow HR’ comes in.

October 16, 2020

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Future Of Work: Top 10 Most Desirable Skills For Workers Following COVID-19

Amid the uncertainty created by the coronavirus pandemic, one thing is certain: the way people work is changing. New research explores the talent and skills that are in high demand now, and will most likely be a key part of the future of work, as we navigate transformative times.

August 28, 2020

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Future Of Work: “No One Knows What The New Normal Is”

For Christina Disler, who specializes in HR and organizational coaching, organizations need new leadership models that support new work arrangements. The principles of mindfulness as a practice – a state of awareness plus intention – can help people better lead their organizations now and in the future.

August 14, 2020

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The Keys To Understanding Successful Relationships

Relationships are a big deal. If we think about relationships at a higher level, there are just two fundamental needs we need to focus on – autonomy and security. Here, entrepreneur and speaker Ryan Roghaar explores how these two variables foster engagement and boosts productivity, but more importantly, creates a culture of trust in your team.

August 3, 2020

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Future of Work: The Importance of Having an Insider Risk Program in Place | Joe Payne

Joe Payne, CEO of Code42 Software talks about why organizations should have an insider risk program in place, the role of training in preventing breaches, and some red-flags companies should look out for.

July 31, 2020

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Fear of Re-entry Is Real: Understanding the Role of Leaders in Creating Psychological Safety | Dr. Michelle McQuaid

Dr. Michelle McQuaid, Co-Founder of the Wellbeing Lab, talks about psychological safety, why it’s now more important than ever, and why measuring wellbeing is key to success.

July 24, 2020

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How High Impact Work with Flexibility Opens the Door for Inclusive Hiring Practices | Brea Starmer

Brea Starmer, Founder of Lions + Tigers, chats with Ceci Amador de San Jose about the importance of flexibility in high impact work. During the podcast, Ceci and Brea discuss how flexibility can improve diversity and inclusion efforts, as well as the organizational advantages of having a diverse workforce.

July 17, 2020

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How To Identify Employee Burn-out And Keep It At Bay

New research suggests that workplace stress is on the up and it’s being compounded by the pandemic. The onus is on employers, not individual workers, to manage workplace stress — even if the workplace is at home. These tips offer some guidance on how to do it.

June 24, 2020

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How Traditional Industries Are Adapting To Remote Work

The current situation is creating new opportunities and solutions for flexible work. These businesses are adapting to the change, which is widening the available talent pool and enabling jobseekers to consider new roles across the country, unhindered by location.

June 4, 2020

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8 Talent Management Tips To Prepare Your Team For The Future Of Work

The nature of work is changing fast, and today’s talent isn’t interested in spending their whole career at one company. Derek Jones of Deputy, a global workforce management platform, offers 8 talent management strategies to help business owners prepare their teams for the future of work.

April 24, 2020

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Workfront’s Laura Butler On The Relationship Between Business Culture And Continuity

In an interview with Robert Kropp for Allwork.Space, Workfront’s Laura Butler expressed that the right culture is arguably the top element in ensuring business continuity. Workfront has a people first ethos, and believes that “if anything has to give… let it be work.”

April 21, 2020

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