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Annual performances alone don’t cut it. To really grow and improve, employees need more informal conversations and support from their managers.
As businesses become ever more people-centric, we are seeing a shift towards skills and policies geared towards helping both employees and consumers.
The 9-Box Grid is a classic performance management method—but redefining the metrics your organization uses to measure performance can pay off.
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By considering the needs of the individuals in your organization and letting overarching DEI principles guide your actions, you’ll be able to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization.
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When you embrace that employees will inevitably use social media at work, you can focus on how to guide it towards benefiting your company.
Moving forward, improving the employee experience will be key. Whether you founded your organization with employee experience in mind or are just beginning to explore the concept, there are still important things you can do to improve.
The U.S. workforce is becoming more diverse, and a diverse workplace landscape equates an increasing need for inclusivity and support, especially among underserved populations and individuals with specialized needs.
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If you’re a leader in today’s workforce, you’ve probably experienced firsthand the distinct set of values that each generation brings to the workplace. While younger generations are known for prioritizing the holistic employee experience, older generations are more focused on traditional motivators like a high paycheck and prestigious title.
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While closely related, employee satisfaction and employee engagement are different concepts, and one doesn’t necessarily guarantee the other.