Jess Huckins

Jess Huckins is a content producer at Workhuman. She produces the Keeping Work Human video series and writes white papers, checklists, video scripts, infographics, and other content, focusing primarily on the data fueled by gratitude and recognition. Jess lives in Salem, Mass., where she enjoys adventuring outdoors with her two border collies.

  • New Book Preview: "Making Work Human: How Human-Centered Companies Are Changing the Future of Work and the World"

    New Book Preview: "Making Work Human: How Human-Centered Companies Are Changing the Future of Work and the World"

    Throughout the book, Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine show readers how to build a culture that meets critical human needs by ensuring people feel valued, respected, and empowered.

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  • Prioritize Recognition for a People-First Culture

    Prioritize Recognition for a People-First Culture

    Peer-to-peer recognition is the key to a people-first strategy – which is the foundation of a strong culture that withstands challenges and keeps employees engaged even through the worst of times.

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  • How to Build an Anti-Racist Company: 4 Expert Perspectives From Quartz at Work's Panel

    How to Build an Anti-Racist Company: 4 Expert Perspectives From Quartz at Work's Panel

    It’s on HR and business leaders, as people striving to make the workplace more human, to ensure they’re acting to eradicate racism where they do have control: their organizations.

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  • 5 Employee Data Points That Will Blow Your Mind

    5 Employee Data Points That Will Blow Your Mind

    Any vendor can claim it reduces turnover and increases engagement. Workhuman is the only company that uses more than 50 million moments of human connection points to actually demonstrate these KPIs.

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  • 5 Employee Data Points That Will Blow Your Mind

    5 Employee Data Points That Will Blow Your Mind

    Any vendor can claim it reduces turnover and increases engagement. Workhuman is the only company that uses more than 50 million moments of human connection points to actually demonstrate these KPIs.

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  • Humans of HR: Meet Sharlyn Lauby, HR Consultant & Publisher, HR Bartender

    Humans of HR: Meet Sharlyn Lauby, HR Consultant & Publisher, HR Bartender

    Sharlyn chats with us about finding a niche as a consultant, human moments that matter in her interactions with clients, and her advice for learning and development teams in the new world of work.

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  • Recognition Data: The Key to Workforce Trends and How Work Gets Done

    Recognition Data: The Key to Workforce Trends and How Work Gets Done

    Recognition data is new to a lot of organizations and it’s nothing like the info HR can obtain from an HRIS or payroll system. It’s an unprecedented source of insights rooted in moment of gratitude.

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  • Workhuman Customer Stories: Procter & Gamble and DENSO on the Power of Connection

    Workhuman Customer Stories: Procter & Gamble and DENSO on the Power of Connection

    During yesterday’s first-ever Workhuman Livestream, representatives from two of our customers spoke with CEO Eric Mosley about the ways in which Workhuman Cloud is providing a cure for isolation.

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  • Humans of HR: Meet Lars Schmidt, Founder of Amplify and #CoronavirusHR Crusader

    Humans of HR: Meet Lars Schmidt, Founder of Amplify and #CoronavirusHR Crusader

    Lars gives his advice on how we can all help each other work more human in this unprecedented time of intense change.

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  • Want Employees to Love Their Jobs? Bring More Romance to Work

    Want Employees to Love Their Jobs? Bring More Romance to Work

    All of us could use more romance at work – if we see “romance” as a celebration of emotion, authenticity, imagination, purpose, and gratitude.

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  • Humans of HR: Meet John Baldino, Founder and President of Humareso

    Humans of HR: Meet John Baldino, Founder and President of Humareso

    We chat with John about the gaps he sees in HR, why we shouldn’t frown upon “boomerang employees,” and how encouraging critical thought can improve our workplaces – and the world.

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  • Workhuman Book Club: "Management Mess to Leadership Success" by Scott Jeffrey Miller

    Workhuman Book Club: "Management Mess to Leadership Success" by Scott Jeffrey Miller

    This is a book for the leader within us all. Whether you’re being called to rise up in your organization but lack experience and training, or you’re being groomed for leadership but feel overwhelmed.

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  • 5 Lessons from the Massachusetts Conference for Women 2019

    5 Lessons from the Massachusetts Conference for Women 2019

    From increasing representation to building intergenerational support systems, we recap the biggest takeaways on making the modern workplace work for everyone.

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  • Workhuman Book Club: "The Art of Gathering" by Priya Parker

    Workhuman Book Club: "The Art of Gathering" by Priya Parker

    By falling back on traditions, routines, and assumptions, we miss out on giving each gathering its own unique purpose and on the magic we can create when we bring people together.

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  • Amy Blankson: Strategies to Focus in a Digital World

    Amy Blankson: Strategies to Focus in a Digital World

    Amy came to Workhuman's Dublin office to discuss well-being around technology in the digital era and how we can use our gadgets to their best and highest purposes – while still keeping our sanity.

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  • How Gratitude Amps Up Belonging and Civility in the Workplace

    How Gratitude Amps Up Belonging and Civility in the Workplace

    How do we create a workplace where people feel seen and included? Take employee recognition out of a hierarchical structure and empower everyone to express gratitude and call out good work.

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  • Humans of HR: Meet Robin Schooling, managing partner of HR and people strategy at Peridus Group

    Humans of HR: Meet Robin Schooling, managing partner of HR and people strategy at Peridus Group

    We chat with Robin about creating human workplaces, helping entry-level and front-line employees, and why honesty and fairness are the future of HR.

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  • Workhuman Book Club: "The Cure for Stupidity" by Eric M. Bailey

    Workhuman Book Club: "The Cure for Stupidity" by Eric M. Bailey

    Connection and communication are vital to our experience as humans. Getting these right isn’t easy, but it is based in science – brain science.

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  • New insights on performance management in the future of work

    New insights on performance management in the future of work

    Traditional performance management – a process during which employees may receive an annual performance review and small pay raise – is falling out of favor.

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  • HR Tech 2019: Human apps are the future of HR technology

    HR Tech 2019: Human apps are the future of HR technology

    Author and consultant Jason Lauritsen will join Workhuman customers to talk about how successful organizations are using human applications to meaningfully connect employees at work.

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