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  • Workhuman checks in at Workday Rising.

    Workhuman checks in at Workday Rising.

    As a Select partner, more than 40% of Workhuman customers – which have invested in social recognition – use Workday Human Capital Management (HCM). That number continues to grow.

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  • The new lever in compensation: crowdsourced pay

    The new lever in compensation: crowdsourced pay

    No matter how much an employee is given – whether merit increase, retention bonus, or annual bonus – the lift in energy and engagement only lasts about 3-4 weeks. Crowdsourced pay changes that.

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  • Let's change Boss's Day to Leader's Day.

    Let's change Boss's Day to Leader's Day.

    Boss's Day is a day for employees to thank their bosses for being kind and fair throughout the year. I would argue a boss who wants their people to appreciate them for being fair and kind is toxic.

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  • 4 steps to achieving organizational agility through trust

    4 steps to achieving organizational agility through trust

    We are in the midst of a trust crisis in the workplace. Yet trust is essential for organizations to grow, evolve, and succeed in a competitive market.

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  • World Mental Health Day: how to raise psychological capital

    World Mental Health Day: how to raise psychological capital

    What engages people in a balanced way? Studies repeatedly show the importance of positive psychological capital – the extent to which people have resiliency, self-efficacy, optimism, and hope.

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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: 5 key takeaways

    HR Tech 2019: 5 key takeaways

    From AI to the demise of end-to-end solutions to the emergence of work-life harmony, we recap our key insights from the annual gathering of big thinkers and bigger ideas in Sin City.

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  • Top 5 takeaways from the Workhuman Executive Forums

    Top 5 takeaways from the Workhuman Executive Forums

    The Executive Forums bring like-minded peers together and offer a breadth and depth of relatable, data-driven content that is grounded in real-world experience.

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  • New findings on stress, trust, and gratitude at work

    New findings on stress, trust, and gratitude at work

    According to the new Workhuman survey report, more recent, frequent recognition is associated with higher gratitude levels and lower stress levels.

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  • What is a human application?

    What is a human application?

    Employee-driven, collaborative, and social in nature, human apps celebrate deep connections, diversity, and individuality. And they are inclusive, open, and accessible to all.

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  • Announcing the Workhuman Live 2020 agenda

    Announcing the Workhuman Live 2020 agenda

    One of the best conferences for leaders in HR, performance management, diversity and inclusion, compensation and benefits, employee engagement, and internal communications is Workhuman Live.

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  • Humans of HR: the gratitude effect

    Humans of HR: the gratitude effect

    In celebration of World Gratitude Day this month, I asked the Humans of HR – a group of influential thinkers in the HR space committed to make work more human – their thoughts on gratitude.

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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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  • Humans of HR: Meet Natalie Egan, CEO and founder of Translator

    Humans of HR: Meet Natalie Egan, CEO and founder of Translator

    Natalie Egan (pronouns: she/her/hers) is the openly transgender CEO and founder of Translator, a startup that builds diversity and inclusion software for corporations, schools, and nonprofits.

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  • Who's looking for a job, and why?

    Who's looking for a job, and why?

    According to the new Workhuman survey report, approximately one in five (21%) of workers said they’re currently searching for a new opportunity.

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  • Why I'm celebrating my parents for World Gratitude Day

    Why I'm celebrating my parents for World Gratitude Day

    For many people, their job is a paycheck. For me, it’s more than that. It’s a way for me to pay back my parents for all the sacrifices they made for me.

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  • Dr. Anita Sands on the theory of diversity, inclusion, and belonging

    Dr. Anita Sands on the theory of diversity, inclusion, and belonging

    Last week the Workhuman Women’s Network had the pleasure of hosting a fireside chat with Dr. Anita Sands, a global technology and business leader based in Silicon Valley.

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  • What my grandfather taught me about gratitude

    What my grandfather taught me about gratitude

    When you live with a sense of gratitude, it can transform your life to one of happiness and joy. When you work with a sense of gratitude, it can change cultures, engagement, and organizations.

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  • How a culture of goodness drives better business results

    How a culture of goodness drives better business results

    CEO and founder of Good Leadership Enterprises Paul Batz believes it’s the leader’s job to not only find goodness, but to “make it grow in every single person that’s a part of their enterprise.”

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