How Great Companies Keep Humans in the Loop on AI
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5d ago
The rise of Gen AI promises to revolutionize the workplace. Here’s why the best workplaces are focused on improving human performance, rather than replacing it with machines. Are your employees open and excited to use AI at work? Surveys show that a lack of trust threatens to impede adoption of new technology all over the world. Employees are concerned about how AI will change, or even replace their jobs — but their minds can be changed.   A study from UKG found that three out of four people would be more accepting or even excited about AI if their company was more transparent about the ..read more
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How Main Line Health Is Exploring Flexible Work to Promote Psychological Well-being
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5d ago
The Pennsylvania health care system saw a five-point increase in the number of employees who reported a psychologically and emotionally healthy work environment. The health care industry hasn’t recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are just now looking back inward to say, ‘What was the impact on our health care employees,’” says Gina Ebersole, assistant vice president of talent strategy at Main Line Health, a system of five hospitals and a network of health centers and providers in suburban Philadelphia. “People have left the health care industry in droves,” she says, and that’s changed e ..read more
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How To Ensure LGBTQ+ Employees Can Be Themselves at Work
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2w ago
High-trust workplaces can be successful in creating safe spaces for employees to show up as their full selves. Here are three experiences that can make a difference.    It is hard for marginalized workers like LGBTQ+ employees to feel seen and heard at work — even at great workplaces. Great Place To Work® research found that LGBTQ+ workers were less likely to say they feel psychologically safe in the workplace by seven percentage points. When employees don’t feel safe, companies are less agile and resilient to the disruption they face from AI, volatile markets, and more. That’s why ..read more
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How Caring Leaders Create High Performance Workplaces
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1M ago
Caring — one of the nine high-trust leadership behaviors — happens when leaders take time to learn about employees’ lives beyond the workplace and invest in their success. Whether or not he ever actually said it, Theodore Roosevelt’s apocryphal quote still applies to today’s workplace: “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” When leaders demonstrate a high level of care, it unlocks employee performance. “People care about their work when they experience being cared for,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place To Work®. “That shows up when you take time to underst ..read more
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What’s Driving DEIB Momentum in the Workplace?
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1M ago
Great Place To Work research found that the overwhelming majority of employees in organizations are advocating for inclusion and belonging. There have been plenty of prominent voices pushing back on diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging (DEIB) in the last year. Given all the objections, company leaders might ask the question: How many employees at my organization are opposed to our DEIB initiatives? The short answer: fewer than you think. Great Place To Work® analyzed more than 521,000 employee surveys collected via its proprietary analytics platform. Using natural language processing ..read more
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What Employers Can Do to Help Refugees Thrive in the Workplace
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1M ago
Here’s how you can give these hardworking employees the best chance to succeed. What does it look like to welcome refugees into the workplace? If your company isn’t connecting with the more than 108 million people around the world who have been forcibly displaced, according to UN data, you could be missing out on invaluable talent. These potential workers have unique characteristics and skillsets, forged by life experiences that few people can begin to imagine — skills that can have immense value in the workplace. You would be hard-pressed to find a more entrepreneurial or resilient person th ..read more
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How the 100 Best Companies Are Training Their Workforce for AI
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1M ago
Here’s how to ensure all employees have an opportunity to learn the latest technology and help co-create your AI future. Are your workers ready for the generative AI revolution? Data from LinkedIn shows that four in five U.S. employees want more training on artificial intelligence tools, but only 38% of U.S. executives are currently helping employees become more AI-literate. And, more CEOs report investing in the technology (57%) than developing their workforce’s skills and capabilities (43%). That’s a mistake, according to companies on the 2024 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® List ..read more
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Whether Remote, Onsite, or Hybrid, Here’s What Really Matters at the Best Workplaces in New York, Chicago, Texas, and the Bay Area
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1M ago
Where you work matters less than who you work for. The debate over remote and hybrid work continues as companies like Nike blame a lack of in-person collaboration for lackluster business performance. Proponents of remote work argue more flexible options results in more well-being for employees, which in turn drives productivity. When you look at the Fortune Best Workplaces™ in New York, Chicago, Texas, and the Bay Area, these companies dramatically outperform the typical U.S. workplace, regardless of their remote work policies.   Research shows that although employees at a typical U.S. w ..read more
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How Great Companies Are Offering Flexible Work Options, Driving Retention and Engagement
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1M ago
Research shows that when employees can choose between remote, in-person, or hybrid work, they are more likely to want to stay and more likely to be engaged. Remote work isn’t feasible for every organization — and many employees would prefer to go to a workplace every day. A new report from Great Place To Work®, titled “Return-to-Office Mandates and the Future of Work” found that what really makes the difference for employees is the ability to choose where they work. In a market survey of 4,400 employees, when employees were able to pick where they worked, they were: Three times more likely t ..read more
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How Intuit Builds Awareness and Belonging With Annual Trans+ Summit
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1M ago
Here’s how the global financial tech company, No. 23 on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® List, is breaking down barriers for transgender and nonbinary employees. Transgender and nonbinary employees have a harder time finding acceptance at work than other LGBTQ+ employees. Almost half (44%) of adults in the U.S. say there is little or no societal acceptance of transgender people, according to Pew Research. In a survey of over 27,000 trans people in the United States, 27% said they were denied employment, promotion, or even fired because of their gender identity. One in 10 respondent ..read more
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