Why Employees Quit (And How To Keep Them)

Why Employees Quit (And How To Keep Them)

Competition for talent is fierce and retention is even harder during this Great Resignation. Here's how to make it a little bit easier.

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Survey: 81% Of Employees Have Physical Ailments From Online Meetings

Survey: 81% Of Employees Have Physical Ailments From Online Meetings

Survey reports 95% of employees feel Zoom fatigue. Here's how to optimize the positives and mitigate the negatives associated with online meetings.

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Pandemic-Related Remote Work In The U.S. Levels Off

Pandemic-Related Remote Work In The U.S. Levels Off

Despite the predictions that remote work is the future of work, the percentage of Americans working remotely has significantly decreased since the beginning of the year and leveled off in recent months.

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Netherlands To Make WFH Legal Right

Netherlands To Make WFH Legal Right

Most employers are still trying to figure out whether remote, hybrid, and on-site work arrangements are the best for their workforce. Companies in the Netherlands may soon be excused from this strategic decision as WFH may become a legal right.

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LinkedIn: Human Resources Leads All Professions In Turnover

LinkedIn: Human Resources Leads All Professions In Turnover

Human resources leads all professions in turnover for the last 12 months, topping the average for all roles by four percentage points. Learn why this is so shocking.

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Why Companies Should Stop Saying Diversity Is Good For Business

Why Companies Should Stop Saying Diversity Is Good For Business

Companies often defend their DEIB strategies by noting how diversity is good for business. Recent research suggests this explanation can backfire. Explore why and learn other ways of justifying these vital initiatives.

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Study: HSAs Can Create Racial And Gender Inequities

Study: HSAs Can Create Racial And Gender Inequities

A recent report found that HSAs aren’t utilized equally by all races, genders, and ethnicities. Take a closer look at the data to make more informed and inclusive decisions regarding your company’s health care offerings.

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Study: Mindfulness Can Make People Less Moral

Study: Mindfulness Can Make People Less Moral

Researchers have found that mindfulness can make it easier to behave immorally. Leaders should carefully consider this potential side effect before incorporating mindfulness into their own practices or their organization’s wellness program.

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Fake Interviews: Wells Fargo Takes A Page From NFL's Diversity Playbook

Fake Interviews: Wells Fargo Takes A Page From NFL's Diversity Playbook

Explore two recent failed DEIB initiative examples from Wells Fargo and the NFL to see how companies can deploy more sincere and effective DEIB policies.

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