Tag: workplace culture

Should you be Friends with Coworkers? Mapping the Pros and Cons

Should you be friends with your coworkers? It is a question for the ages and most feel very strongly about the matter, one way or the other. Some believe that friendships at work are inappropriate and can never be continued outside of work, while others are certain you can find […]

HR Query: The Blueprint for Exceptional Workplace Cultures

Where many organizations struggle to hold engagement and morale, there are some who boast 70% engagement rate among employees, a staggering 14:1 ratio of engaged to disengaged employees, and cultures that employees rave about. What sets these top-performing organizations apart? A strategic approach to nurturing their most valuable asset: their people. Whether employees are working […]
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Tackling Loneliness in the Workplace: Challenges and Solutions

Loneliness in the workplace affects many employees, with detrimental impacts on mental health and productivity. Various studies have highlighted the prevalence of this problem, particularly in the context of remote and hybrid working models that became more common during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Here I will explore key factors contributing to workplace loneliness, suggesting […]
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Have You Hired Effective People Managers To Uplift Your Team?

People management is a critical consideration for any organization, and although effective people managers are not easy to come by, they offer up a new standard of support wherever they go. A showcase of people management skills and strategies is expected from every manager but few are trained in the […]

Confused about Workplace Etiquette Rules? You’re Not Alone

Workplace etiquette rules are constantly evolving and it’s harder than ever to keep up with what is and isn’t allowed within a workplace. Office behavior norms keep evolving as popular trends come and go, and these norms dictate what is preferred within a particular organization. Unfortunately, there are no daily […]

Authenticity in All Things—Exploring LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Businesses

We’re squarely in the middle of Pride month and we’ve seen LGBTQ+ inclusion in business marketing campaigns take on a more downplayed approach this year. Instead of the vast, colorful, month-long advertising campaigns we’ve seen over the last few years, things have been more understated due to societal pressures and […]

Ruchi Jalla on Leadership, Inclusion, and the Future

In today’s corporate environment, the role of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is not just about compliance but about cultivating a workplace culture that reflects the world outside its doors. Ruchi Jalla serves as the Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at Elevance Health, where her leadership is pivotal in steering the company’s DEI initiatives. […]
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Missed Call Mania—Understanding Gen Z’s Telephonophobia

The New York Post recently turned the spotlight on Gen Z’s “telephonophobia” and while we’re inclined to agree with the generation’s dislike of phone calls, we still need to explore it further. Gen Z’s fear of talking on the phone is nothing new and carries on the Millennial preference for […]

Quit or Don’t, There’s No Escaping Return-to-Office Trends

As expected, employers perceive the return-to-office trends to be a good thing while employees are resisting being forced back to their office buildings. The distinct divide between employers and employees has never been as wide as it is on the matter of returning to the physical workspace and the divide […]

The Crucial Role of ERGs in Shaping Remote Work Culture

The foundation of culture can be deeply rooted in the health and vitality of your Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). In our own company, we have experienced that these groups are not just extracurricular activities but essential components of an organization, fostering trust through meaningful opportunities of learning and connection. ERGs are the heartbeat of culture […]
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