Sarah Bloznalis

Sarah Bloznalis is a content marketing specialist at Workhuman from Dorchester, Mass. When she's not writing about the future of work you can find her in the library, at the beach, or exploring the city.

  • Employee Recognition Statistics You Need to Know in 2022

    Employee Recognition Statistics You Need to Know in 2022

    Here are the most up-to-date employee recognition statistics that leaders and HR professionals need to be aware of to build an engaged and resilient workforce.

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  • Human Workplace Index – Workplace Expectations for the Summer Months

    Human Workplace Index – Workplace Expectations for the Summer Months

    June's Human Workplace Index looks at what employees looking for from their employers in order to have a productive, safe, and happy summer.

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  • Tunde Oyeneyin – Navigating Life Challenges Through the Power of Voice

    Tunde Oyeneyin – Navigating Life Challenges Through the Power of Voice

    Tunde Oyeneyin took to the Workhuman Live main stage to share her story and inspire us all to live life authentically and purposefully.

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  • Malcolm Gladwell on Hockey, HR, and Helping People Shine

    Malcolm Gladwell on Hockey, HR, and Helping People Shine

    Author, speaker, and visionary Malcolm Gladwell took to the Workhuman Live stage to share insights and advice on helping your people shine.

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  • Human Workplace Index: The Evolution of Mental Health and Well-being at Work

    Human Workplace Index: The Evolution of Mental Health and Well-being at Work

    May's Human Workplace Index focuses on the evolution of employee wellness to determine just how supported employees are – or are not – feeling in the new world of work.

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  • Workhuman Live Atlanta – Isn’t That Just Peachy?

    Workhuman Live Atlanta – Isn’t That Just Peachy?

    Here are five reasons to be excited about attending Workhuman Live Atlanta. Don't miss out!

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  • Human Workplace Index: The Office – To Return or Not to Return?

    Human Workplace Index: The Office – To Return or Not to Return?

    April's Human Workplace Index focuses on what is keeping workers where they are and what is driving them away when it comes to the impending return to the office.

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  • Human Workplace Index: Women in the Workplace

    Human Workplace Index: Women in the Workplace

    What do women need to do their best work? How do day-to-day micro-aggressions affect morale and workplace culture? This month’s Human Workplace Index answers these questions and more.

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  • 2022 Trends: Organizations Are Now Required to Care for Their Humans – and the Community

    2022 Trends: Organizations Are Now Required to Care for Their Humans – and the Community

    Taking care of employees and the community is the first step in creating a better workplace for all this year and beyond.

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  • 5 Minor Program Changes That Deliver Major Impact

    5 Minor Program Changes That Deliver Major Impact

    Here are five changes to implement to increase the ROI of your employee recognition program powered by Workhuman.

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  • 2022 Trends: DE&I Is Still a Top Priority

    2022 Trends: DE&I Is Still a Top Priority

    DE&I is a journey we are all on together. Here are some steps to consider integrating into your DE&I strategy to create lasting change in the workplace.

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  • Human Workplace Index – Rethinking to Retain Talent

    Human Workplace Index – Rethinking to Retain Talent

    Here, we analyze how the last two years, and specifically the Great Resignation, have affected the lives, feelings, and needs of 1,000 U.S. workers.

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  • 2022 Trends: Reimagining Culture for Hybrid Work

    2022 Trends: Reimagining Culture for Hybrid Work

    In this post we will reimagine culture for the hybrid world, the first of five trends that will shape the human workplace in 2022 and beyond.

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  • 5 Trends Transforming the Way We Work in 2022 and Beyond

    5 Trends Transforming the Way We Work in 2022 and Beyond

    Where did 2021 leave us, and where will we go in 2022? Here are five key trends that will influence the workplace in 2022 and beyond.

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  • Human Workplace Index – New Year, New Workplace Expectations

    Human Workplace Index – New Year, New Workplace Expectations

    The first Human Workplace Index of the new year looks at what workers are expecting from their employers in the future of work, as well as what will happen if employers don’t deliver.

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  • Human Workplace Index – Looking Back to Plan Ahead

    Human Workplace Index – Looking Back to Plan Ahead

    Our last analysis of 2021 looks at the trends and developments that have accumulated during the year and what employees are expecting from their employers in the year to come.

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  • Driving a Cultural Transformation: IBM’s Performance Development Journey

    Driving a Cultural Transformation: IBM’s Performance Development Journey

    How did IBM transform their culture? Check out this webinar recap to learn how IBM partnered with Workhuman to reimagine the way they measure performance.

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  • Human Workplace Index – The Future of Employee Benefits

    Human Workplace Index – The Future of Employee Benefits

    This month’s Human Workplace Index looks at the benefits companies are offering and the benefits employees want. Believe it or not, those two things are not necessarily the same.

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  • Priya Parker and Malcolm Gladwell – Gathering Around Culture

    Priya Parker and Malcolm Gladwell – Gathering Around Culture

    Workhuman® Live, is officially back. We look forward to gathering together in Atlanta in May 2022 to take all we have learned over the past two years and put it in action. We hope to see you there.

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  • Human Workplace Index: Getting Real With DE&I

    Human Workplace Index: Getting Real With DE&I

    How do employees feel about the DE&I efforts being made by their organizations? This iteration of the Human Workplace Index surveyed 1,000 full-time US workers to better understand just that.

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