Kids interrupting. Pets on screen. Learn how embracing the humanity of remote work connects teams and builds trust in today’s Keeping Work Human.
Eric Mosley on recognizing positive moments and the best side of humanity in the face of COVID-19. #recogni...
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Asking this question alone is important because it suggests you know what continues to happen to African American people is wrong.
Now more than ever, the healthcare workers putting their lives on the line for others can benefit from cultures of recognition.
Hear firsthand from Jen Miller, a nurse practitioner at a New York hospital, about the pandemic’s impact on healthcare workers and how they’re balancing self-care with caring for others.
Workhuman CHRO Steve Pemberton on navigating change, staying connected, and more
The topics covered in this report – safety, fair pay, work-life harmony, inclusion and belonging, growth, gratitude, and recognition – are all core aspects of a human workplace. It's that simple.
Humanity rises to the forefront in times of crisis. Across the world, we are seeing and listening to a “humans first” anthem.
When trust is present, productivity accelerates, morale is boosted, and work becomes a more positive place, even in the midst of chaos.
Eric Mosley on recognizing positive moments and the best side of humanity in the face of COVID-19. #recognizethegood
It’s International Happiness Day – and we could all use some! Tune into our Keeping Work Human series for a chat with Nataly Kogan, CEO of Happier and Steve Pemberton, CHRO of Workhuman.
This report is designed for anyone invested in humanity at work – giving leaders and executives insights to improve engagement, retention, recruitment, reward strategies, and performance management.
In this white paper, learn 50+ biases that could be impacting your recruitment, talent management, succession planning, and stifling innovation in your organization.
“Recognition is an investment in people. It’s going to retain talent," says Gabrielle Thompson, senior vice president, acquisitions & total rewards at Cisco.
Recognition and reward are powerful ways to keep your employees on board, engaged, and motivated. But did you know recognition is also a powerful way to attract and win new hires?
P&G's recognition program, Power of You, is driving engagement and retention. Employees who receive five awards are 2x less likely to leave P&G and there's a 300% increase in peer recognition.
Merck partnered with Workhuman to revamp its antiquated, paper-based recognition program into a best-in-class recognition engine that's user-friendly, locally relevant, and inclusive of all employees.
A large body of psychological, behavioral, and social research shows the power of gratitude in creating a harmonious, humane, and productive work culture. Learn how to build gratitude into your team.
In 2015, LinkedIn partnered with Workhuman to launch Bravo!, a global, peer-to-peer recognition and rewards program that has a significant impact on employee retention and performance.
Inspiring keynotes from George Clooney, Viola Davis, Gary Hamel, Brené Brown, Geena Davis, and Kat Cole showed us human connection is key and gratitude is transformational for people and businesses.
From pay equity to performance and diversity and inclusion, HR and business leaders have an opportunity to be proactive on these issues – to put a stake in the ground for positive change.