What You Can Do to Combat Racism at Work

What You Can Do to Combat Racism at Work

We had planned a different blog for today. But the death of George Floyd and the surrounding events compelled us to address racism at work. With the country once again in turmoil following (another) death of a Black man at the hand of a law enforcement officer, we are...
How to Bring the Best Lessons from COVID-19 Back to Work

How to Bring the Best Lessons from COVID-19 Back to Work

We’re nearing the end of the beginning. The gates are lifting. States and businesses around the country are starting to open back up from the COVID-19 pandemic disruption – and business leaders are preparing their people and spaces to return to on-site work. But we...
How to Win the War for Talent with Competencies

How to Win the War for Talent with Competencies

With record-low unemployment & a new work contract, what’s the secret weapon for winning the war for talent? In a word: competencies. Today’s employers are in an all-out talent war, facing unprecedented competition for recruiting and retaining talented employees....
Is a Shorter Workweek Right for Your Organization?

Is a Shorter Workweek Right for Your Organization?

Workplace productivity is a funny thing. The basic premise is that the more hours employees work, the more productive they are. But there’s a limit. At some point, employees become fatigued or disgruntled and aren’t productive. We’ve all heard, “Work smarter, not...
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