Organizations are facing a key challenge in identifying the right forms of employee recognition in order to motivate and retain today’s workforce. Cheryl Chester shares tips you can explore.
Workplace Design and its Impact on Human Resources
Guest Contributor Jennifer Gaggion helps companies link the notion of a strategic-minded workplace design to their people and business strategy.
5 Ways to Use Lean Principles in Your Office Space to Improve Efficiency
If you’re looking to improve the way that you and your employees work, you need to think about lean principles and how they could work for you.
Performance Reviews: Is Less More or Is More Less?
For the last several years, performance review practices have been examined by many organizations with an eye toward wanting to do MORE with LESS effort.
Incivility in the Workplace
Carol Kardas shares tips to create a positive and productive work environment that is free from incivility and harassment.
Tips for Crafting a Workplace Dress Code Policy
As an organization, you may see employees dressing more casually and their grooming efforts waning. Some of the outfits or piercings may be out of place, in your opinion, but without a viable Grooming or Workplace Dress Code Policy, it may be difficult to enforce an employee’s attire.
5 Checkpoints When Giving Feedback to Employees
Carol Kardas offers a blueprint to give feedback which helps you to make the conversation you are about to have, a constructive one.
6 Ways to Improve Employee Engagement in Your Organization
Cheryl Chester offers six ways to move the needle on employee engagement without additional resources.
Attitudes Shifting on Flexible Work Practices
Nick Daukas looks at new data on flexible work practices.
Do’s and Don’ts For Mid-Year Reviews
Cheryl Chester shares some tried and true Do’s and Don’ts that make Mid-Year Reviews more effective.