The Future of Recognition: Where Do Employers Go From Here?
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by Meghan M. Biro
18h ago
What an exhilarating experience! I just wrapped up a panel discussion at the Achievers Recognition Next 2024 one-day deep-dive forum in Toronto. Immersive events can be exhausting, but not today. My mind is still spinning from all the energy in the room. Between the topic (The Future of Recognition), the roster of smart panelists, and […] The post The Future of Recognition: Where Do Employers Go From Here? appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Empowering Women in Leadership: A Call to Action
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by Sarah Danzl
18h ago
The State of Women in Leadership: Room for Improvement We often hear about the business benefits of women in leadership roles. That isn’t just wishful thinking. Extensive research confirms the advantages of gender diversity in management teams. For example, companies with a higher proportion of women in senior positions are more profitable and provide higher-quality customer experiences. […] The post Empowering Women in Leadership: A Call to Action appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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How HR Can Help Employees Who Live in Maternity Care Deserts
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by Sylvia Flores
1w ago
The U.S. maternal health crisis is getting worse, with far too many women struggling to find necessary maternity care. This problem is most severe in “maternity care deserts” — areas without hospitals, birth centers, or obstetricians. Recent research by the March of Dimes found that these deserts are expanding, with millions of women actively struggling […] The post How HR Can Help Employees Who Live in Maternity Care Deserts appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Which Pandemic-Era People Strategies Are Worth Preserving?
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by Brett Farmiloe
1w ago
Organizations are always changing. This has been especially important since the pandemic arrived in 2020. At first, HR and business leaders were flying blind, reacting instinctively to all the upheaval and uncertainty. Then through trial and error, many improved their people-related processes and policies. And some built much more resilient, responsive, remote-friendly work cultures. So, […] The post Which Pandemic-Era People Strategies Are Worth Preserving? appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Building a Courageous Work Culture: Why it Matters
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by Meghan M. Biro
1w ago
This is an encore episode of #WorkTrends Often, the most significant threat to an organization isn’t the obvious one. Emotions, rather than logic, influence behavior. Fear, in particular, is a powerful emotion. Consequently, leaders face a crucial responsibility at all levels: to confront fear and nurture courage within themselves, their teams, and throughout the entire […] The post Building a Courageous Work Culture: Why it Matters appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Pre-Employment Screening: Why Vendor Consolidation is Key
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by RJ Frasca
2w ago
In today’s cutthroat talent market, employers are trying to find and hire the best candidates as quickly as possible. At the same time, thousands of top performers are vying for the most promising opportunities. With these dynamics, a slow or cumbersome hiring process can be a fatal flaw. That’s why efficient and thorough pre-employment screening […] The post Pre-Employment Screening: Why Vendor Consolidation is Key appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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How to Handle Layoffs Mindfully
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by Shawna Simcik
2w ago
Although layoffs have been hovering at historically low levels in the U.S., that doesn’t mean they are rare. For instance, in March 2024, over 1.5 million people were laid off or discharged from their jobs. Although economists don’t seem worried about the current layoff rate, employers continue to face complex challenges that can lead to […] The post How to Handle Layoffs Mindfully appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Emotions at Work: Miss Manners Meets the Dalai Lama
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by Jennifer Tice
2w ago
One day on a trip to our local secondhand store, I stumbled upon two great finds. First, a 1983 version of Miss Manners’ Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior, by Judith Martin. And right next to it, The Art of Happiness, by the Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler, MD. At first glance, they couldn’t be […] The post Emotions at Work: Miss Manners Meets the Dalai Lama appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Talent in Harmony: Linking Work-Life Balance and Wellbeing
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by Thyagi DeLanerolle
3w ago
In a world where great talent is hard to find, emphasizing employee self-care and work-life balance gives employers a serious competitive advantage. Fostering a culture of wellbeing improves workforce health. This, in turn, decreases absenteeism, boosts operational efficiency, and builds a sense of belonging across your organization. As a result, people become more willing to […] The post Talent in Harmony: Linking Work-Life Balance and Wellbeing appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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Can Essentialism Help Your Team Avoid Burnout?
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by Rachel Stanley
1M ago
Imagine an organization that consistently delivers exceptional results, maintains high employee retention, and fosters a culture of growth and passion. This may seem beyond reach in a world where over 80% of employees are at risk of burning out. But I’d like to suggest a strategy that can help your organization avoid burnout while keeping […] The post Can Essentialism Help Your Team Avoid Burnout? appeared first on TalentCulture ..read more
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