Sarah Payne

Sarah is senior content marketing manager at Workhuman. When not writing and reading about all things culture, leadership, recognition, and appreciation, she enjoys iced coffee, running, and spending time with her daughter, Mabel.

  • [Infographic] Which Employee Right Is Most Important?

    [Infographic] Which Employee Right Is Most Important?

    Where do companies currently stand around issues of pay equity, work-life harmony, and sustainability? Which workplace rights do employees prioritize when choosing their employer?

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  • The Power of Language: Shifting DEI Conversations to Promote a Workplace for All

    The Power of Language: Shifting DEI Conversations to Promote a Workplace for All

    Across Workhuman’s customer base, there are about 5 million employees using social recognition. All these recognition moments are providing critical diversity, equity, and inclusion insights.

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  • Get to Know These 10 Speakers at Workhuman Live Online Oct. 22

    Get to Know These 10 Speakers at Workhuman Live Online Oct. 22

    This event is for anyone who believes the workplace has a fundamental role to play in creating a better world.

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  • Building a Culture of Connection: Citizens Q&A (Part 2)

    Building a Culture of Connection: Citizens Q&A (Part 2)

    Derek DeSousa from Citizens answers questions on keeping recognition meaningful, how COVID-19 plays into recognition, and aligning recognition to a business case.

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  • Workhuman Integrations 101

    Workhuman Integrations 101

    The goal of Workhuman Cloud integrations is to celebrate moments that matter and start conversations where and when they occur – without burdening your IT department.

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  • HR's Call to Action: Gary Hamel Interview (Part 2)

    HR's Call to Action: Gary Hamel Interview (Part 2)

    Working within a more bureaucratic organization can be challenging, but Gary shares practical tips for being the change and lifting others in the process.

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  • Bureaucracy vs. Humanocracy: Interview with Gary Hamel (Part 1)

    Bureaucracy vs. Humanocracy: Interview with Gary Hamel (Part 1)

    On the heels of his new book, “Humanocracy,” which he co-wrote with Michele Zanini, Workhuman sat down with Gary to get his thoughts on the most pressing issues facing HR and business leaders today.

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  • Lisa Ling to Join Workhuman Live Online Oct. 22

    Lisa Ling to Join Workhuman Live Online Oct. 22

    We’re thrilled to announce Emmy award-winning journalist Lisa Ling will play a key role as part of this dynamic broadcast.

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  • New Data Reinforces Value of Employee Recognition on World Gratitude Day

    New Data Reinforces Value of Employee Recognition on World Gratitude Day

    Nearly half of workers have not received a "thank you" during the pandemic. Has work during the pandemic become a thankless job?

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  • #TRV2020 Session Recap: Rearchitecting Your Total Rewards Pie to Drive Employee Connection

    #TRV2020 Session Recap: Rearchitecting Your Total Rewards Pie to Drive Employee Connection

    Recognition and rewards make up one piece of your broader total reward strategy. This piece can be a lot more efficient and effective by embracing the concepts of connection and frequency.

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  • 10 Amazing Pharma, Biotech, and Chemical Companies Giving Back Right Now

    10 Amazing Pharma, Biotech, and Chemical Companies Giving Back Right Now

    These companies have demonstrated their commitment to giving back. We commend them and thank them for leaning into corporate social responsibility initiatives to make the world a better place.

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  • Trevor Noah on Leadership, Gratitude, and Learning From This Crisis

    Trevor Noah on Leadership, Gratitude, and Learning From This Crisis

    “This pandemic is not supposed to be business as usual for anybody. This is when you should take care of your mind and make sure that you can come out on the other side of coronavirus sane."

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  • Introducing a New Video Series: "Keeping Work Human"

    Introducing a New Video Series: "Keeping Work Human"

    Each day we’ll bring you interviews with thought leaders on topics we are all grappling with, such as leading from afar, navigating change, keeping culture in tact, building trust, and more.

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  • Why You Should Measure Life Satisfaction, Not Job Satisfaction

    Why You Should Measure Life Satisfaction, Not Job Satisfaction

    We recently sat down with Michael O’Malley, Ph.D., managing director at Pearl Meyer, to ask about better work-life integration, why gratitude matters, and how to build community.

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  • New Research Report: "The State of Humanity at Work"

    New Research Report: "The State of Humanity at Work"

    The results can help HR and senior leaders gain a deeper understanding of how to cater to core human needs like safety, fair pay, work-life harmony, inclusion and belonging, growth, and recognition.

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  • Workhuman Joins Unilever's Accelerating Agile Event

    Workhuman Joins Unilever's Accelerating Agile Event

    Derek Irvine, senior vice president, client strategy and consulting at Workhuman, will speak about how crowdsourced pay can unlock hierarchy and be the enabler for agile ways of working.

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  • What Cats, Harry Potter, and Google Can Teach Us About Contrarian Thinking

    What Cats, Harry Potter, and Google Can Teach Us About Contrarian Thinking

    Ozan Varol shares some practical tips – like “beware of process” and “have a beginner’s mind” – that remind us how innovation can result from a simple shift in perspective.

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  • Can Rocket Science Prevent Herd Thinking?

    Can Rocket Science Prevent Herd Thinking?

    In an exclusive Q&A with Ozan Varol, we discuss learnings from rocket science’s successes and disasters and why it's so difficult to speak your mind in an organization that rewards herd thinking.

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  • What cats, J.K. Rowling, and Google can teach us about contrarian thinking

    What cats, J.K. Rowling, and Google can teach us about contrarian thinking

    Ozan Varol shares some practical tips – like “beware of process” and “have a beginner’s mind” – that remind us how innovation can result from a simple shift in perspective.

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  • Can rocket science prevent herd thinking?

    Can rocket science prevent herd thinking?

    In an exclusive Q&A with Ozan Varol, we discuss learnings from rocket science’s successes and disasters and why it's so difficult to speak your mind in an organization that rewards herd thinking.

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