Sarah Bloznalis

Sarah Bloznalis is a content marketing coordinator at Workhuman from Upton, Mass. Besides writing about culture, appreciation, and humanity in the workplace, she enjoys reading, the beach, and going on hikes with her golden retriever, Ginger.

  • How to Know If You Have an Engagement Problem

    How to Know If You Have an Engagement Problem

    What does low employee engagement look like? Here, we break down how to recognize an engagement issue, the problems it causes for organizations, and what steps can be taken to mitigate it.

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  • Human Workplace Index: The Power of Thanks

    Human Workplace Index: The Power of Thanks

    As we approach World Gratitude Day on Sept. 21, the Human Workplace Index aims to help employers better understand the power of appreciation and gratitude in the workplace.

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  • 3 Ways to Support Women in the Return to Work

    3 Ways to Support Women in the Return to Work

    In this post, we outline three actionable strategies to consider implementing to create a more equitable workplace for women.

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  • How to Create a Connected and Engaged Culture: GLG’s Story

    How to Create a Connected and Engaged Culture: GLG’s Story

    Learn how GLG is building an internal culture of recognition and respect by implementing an employee recognition program with Workhuman.

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  • Your Action Plan for Pay and Performance Management in an Agile World

    Your Action Plan for Pay and Performance Management in an Agile World

    From the experts at Workhuman Live Online, use this action plan to create an agile pay and performance management strategy.

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  • How Social Recognition Data Can Inform Your DE&I Strategy

    How Social Recognition Data Can Inform Your DE&I Strategy

    Using recognition data from Workhuman® customers, these insights identify opportunities to inform and fuel your DE&I strategy.

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  • Mitigating Employee Burnout and Improving the Patient Experience

    Mitigating Employee Burnout and Improving the Patient Experience

    More than ever, it’s up to organizations and their leaders to create a more human workplace so healthcare employees can provide the best care possible – for both their patients and themselves.

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  • How to Connect and Engage Dispersed Employees

    How to Connect and Engage Dispersed Employees

    This past year has changed the way we work forever, and workforces are more dispersed than they ever have been before.

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  • 4 Tips to Keep the Human in Hybrid Work

    4 Tips to Keep the Human in Hybrid Work

    Here are four tips for leaders as they continue working to keep human connection alive in their organizations during this transition period.

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  • Women and the Human Workplace: Where Do We Go from Here?

    Women and the Human Workplace: Where Do We Go from Here?

    In this episode of #RecognizeThis, we discuss the challenges and victories women are facing in the workplace, as well as the best way to pave a path forward for working women.

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  • “Creating a Culture of Connection With Recognition” – Introducing the New Citizens Financial Group Case Study

    “Creating a Culture of Connection With Recognition” – Introducing the New Citizens Financial Group Case Study

    This new case study explores how Citizens partnered with Workhuman® to drive employee engagement and retention across its business even in the most difficult of times.

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  • Best of the Blog: Top 10 Posts of 2020

    Best of the Blog: Top 10 Posts of 2020

    This year, the posts that resonated most with our readers covered a variety of topics, yet they all had one common theme - the power of humanity.

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  • Brené Brown With Eric Mosley on Making Work Human

    Brené Brown With Eric Mosley on Making Work Human

    In an eye-opening episode of Brené Brown's podcast, "Dare to Lead," Eric Mosley, CEO of Workhuman, discusses the invaluable impact human connection can have on the workplace.

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  • Uncovering Unconscious Bias

    Uncovering Unconscious Bias

    In this Workhuman episode of “Have a Minute?”, we speak with Jesse Harriott, global head of analytics, about unconscious bias and the impact it can have on all of our organizations.

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  • Paul Francisco: Pushing the Needle Toward Equity

    Paul Francisco: Pushing the Needle Toward Equity

    As State Street’s first chief diversity officer, Paul Francisco is looking at “what is preventing us from moving the needle more purposefully around breaking down racism and systemic barriers."

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  • Keeping Workhuman Podcast: Guiding Through Crisis

    Keeping Workhuman Podcast: Guiding Through Crisis

    In this episode of Keeping Workhuman, we speak with Dr. Andy Biga, chief people officer at GoHealth Urgent Care, about his experience supporting team members through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

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  • Making Work Human: What Do Employees Want?

    Making Work Human: What Do Employees Want?

    The challenge for leadership in the cognitive era is to create conditions in which humans are fully engaged in their work, because mental and emotional engagement is directly tied to productivity.

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  • San Francisco Evanta Town Hall: Resilience Through Human Connection

    San Francisco Evanta Town Hall: Resilience Through Human Connection

    The pandemic won’t last forever, but positive workplace changes can. Get tips for creating better cultures rooted in appreciation, authenticity, and well-being from the recent Evanta Town Hall.

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  • Unlocking the Power of Data

    Unlocking the Power of Data

    In this week's "Have a Minute?" video, Jesse Harriott, global head of analytics, shares how “moments of gratitude are a powerful force inside the world of work," providing incredibly valuable data.

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  • Keeping Workhuman Podcast: Bringing Wall Street to Main Street

    Keeping Workhuman Podcast: Bringing Wall Street to Main Street

    Steve Pemberton speaks with Cindy Owyoung, vice president, inclusion, culture & change at Charles Schwab, about the impact inclusion can have on our organizations as we enter this new world of work.

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