What challenges are 1.3 billion people with disabilities facing during this pandemic? In this episode of Keeping Work Human, find out how we can lift each other through human connection with this advice from Jonathan Kaufman – executive coach, psychotherapist, policy architect, and former adviser to the Obama Administration on diversity and disability.
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This report offers keen perspective for leaders involved with technology, information, and risk management in how to support employees, keeping engagement and productivity top of mind.
Now, more than ever, we need to focus on the fundamentals. And there is nothing more fundamental than maintaining open, honest, two-way communication throughout your organization.
Companies need to give employees a way to come together to talk, listen, and learn. Mentoring is one useful tool to support both organizations and employees through these historic times.
Human-centered leaders are pausing and asking questions. They are bringing others to the forefront to talk about their experiences and reflecting on their own behavior and biases.
As the pandemic and the reckoning on racial justice play out, many employers have begun reopening and even rehiring. So it’s time for employers to start acting on what the disruption is teaching us.
How are small business owners continuing to innovate, persevere and give back during this time? Meet Jacqui Wildgoose, a physiotherapist in Ireland who’s had to launch her new business virtually
It’s on HR and business leaders, as people striving to make the workplace more human, to ensure they’re acting to eradicate racism where they do have control: their organizations.
If home or a reduced office environment is the new physical reality, then how nimble is your organization’s culture?
Celebrating life moments goes beyond just doing the right thing by sending a “congrats” or building stronger relationships with an employee. It is about recognizing that employees are whole people.
Corporate gifting has been transformed into something even more meaningful by Packed with Purpose, a company founded and led by CEO and employee engagement expert Leeatt Rothschild
Any vendor can claim it reduces turnover and increases engagement. Workhuman is the only company that uses more than 50 million moments of human connection points to actually demonstrate these KPIs.
Asking this question alone is important because it suggests you know what continues to happen to African American people is wrong.
“Making sure people can ‘unlearn’ is as important as making sure they can learn. To change many of the ways we’ve worked, we have to unlearn how we’ve done things in the past,” says Jason.
The central dilemma of office design in the age of coronavirus: How can employers make employees safer by putting more space between them – without creating division in the ranks?
Throughout this past month, I have remained surprisingly calm and able to stay mostly positive, so after the mask-making afternoon, I reflected on why this hit me so hard.
What are your employees feeling these days? If you rely solely on a once-a-year survey, it’s safe to say the feedback you collected is pretty much obsolete.
Moodtracker is a new, completely free, employee pulse survey tool that empowers business and HR leaders to listen and act upon the voice of their employees.
Though we couldn't be together in person this year, Workhuman Livestream brought together thousands of the global Workhuman community in a celebration of our connections, commonalities, and humanity.
Adapting to the new world of work requires a new, agile mindset and rethinking traditional processes and policies. Here are key insights and research on how to bring a more agile mindset to HR.
Kevin Kunz discusses the pandemic’s disproportionate impact on the reservation and the parallels between the First Peoples’ experiences and those of the Black community.