What neuroscience can teach us about diversity and unconscious bias
Although there are limitations to humans’ ability to change their nature, employers can augment anti-bias training with organizational structures and processes that build diversity and inclusion.
How to keep remote employees under your wing
How can you keep top talent circling back to you for reassignment when their contract ends, rather than taking an opportunity elsewhere?
Recognizing and rewarding safe behaviors makes safer workplaces
In manufacturing and other industries, a multidisciplinary approach to improving a culture of safety, including recognition and rewards, brings the greatest benefit to companies and their workers.
How to Take the Fear Out of Feedback
When feedback happens, there’s a lot at stake. The question is, do we grow from what we hear, or are we demotivated? It really depends on whether the organization has established a culture of trust.
Women's Male Allies Can Contribute to #MeToo Solutions
When it comes to sexist treatment and harassment of women, men are the problem. There will be no solution to the ugliness brought to light by the #MeToo movement without men’s active participation.
Diversity and Inclusion Are Very Much Works in Progress
Reading the headlines about employers’ diversity and inclusion successes, you might think that American industry’s D&I goals are nearly a done deal. But the latest research tells a different story.
Crowdsourced Pay: Where Performance, Recognition, and Compensation Meet
Empower everyone in the organization to award part of your variable-pay investment to multiple employees many times a year. Such a system creates a greater impact than lump-sum bonuses given annually.