Think, Act, and Connect: How to Improve Company Culture in Remote-Hybrid Work
The pandemic has reconstituted the way we work, and for many, a hybrid future is imminent. Adrianne Court, Chief Human Resources Officer at Tealium writes about radically improving company culture to get remote-hybrid right.
3 important elements to add to your company culture to attract and retain modern employees
As we come out of the pandemic, companies want to grow. But how can you grow without a great company culture and a highly engaged workforce? Read this blog to learn the top 3 tips from Barbara to attract and retain the new age workforce - Gen Z & Millennials with the help of pulse surveys.
5R’s to engage employees with organizational change and build a resilient company culture
Company shakeups happen all the time but most organizations aren't prepared to steer their businesses through the crisis. Building a resilient company culture that is adaptable will help companies withstand change which will create the main difference between success and failure for organizations.
5 diversity and inclusion issues hindering women of color from getting leadership roles in the workplace
Organizations have committed to diversifying their leadership and promoting more women of color to senior positions. But, undeniably, women of color still face higher rates of microaggressions & the narrow perceptions of leadership and “fit” reinforce the status quo keeping white and male on top.
Top 3 best practices to lead, manage and engage your remote employees in 2022
To be a successful leader of remote teams, set rules with clear expectations. Request timely feedback to ensure employee engagement and alignment. Don't simply assume the team understands how and where they need to focus their energy.
Employee engagement in remote work: A battle of wills
Companies are adapting to remote work models as research proves it increases employee engagement and enhances workplace culture. But, are leaders keeping their foot on the gas? Remote work has its own set of challenges, and managers must cautiously focus on the lows before choosing a model.