Here are five prominent trends that emerged during recent Workhuman® Executive Forums. Use them as guideposts for your projects and initiatives in the months ahead. And as you do, ask yourself and your team how your performance management, DE&I, and compensation strategies are supporting the basic human need for purpose, mastery, and connection.
Let’s look at some of the ways you can institute core values that reflect the essence of your organization ...
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Let’s look at some of the ways you can institute core values that reflect the essence of your organization – and how you can make those values “livable.”
Here are three ways appreciation, communication, and empathy can create human connection – wherever your employees are located.
Technology is constantly evolving. The way we work should too. Here are three approaches to help minimize employee burnout in the tech space.
Here are three ways HR leaders can create, shape, and enrich their organization’s culture – and drive business success.
Here are three ways to help minimize employee burnout among healthcare workers.
Work should be integral rather than separate from “real” life, especially in remote work. Forward-thinking organizations are celebrating life milestones with Life Events + Social Recognition.
How can HR and finance leaders ensure not only that every person is paid an equal wage for equal work, but also that everyone is rewarded fairly, and without bias, for their discretionary effort?
This bulletin dives into three data points uncovered by the Workhuman research team that show how a robust Social Recognition program enhances productivity, safety, and patient satisfaction.
Your people data is in your reach. Here, we answer some questions about how Workhuman research and insights guide people strategies that drive industry-leading cultures for top global companies.
Here are four ways forward-thinking leaders are modernizing their compensation and benefits and total rewards strategies to meet the never-before-seen challenges of today’s world.
Many employees are feeling the weight of this year’s challenges seep into their work lives. Here are three practical ways companies can build more cultural resilience.
It’s on HR and business leaders to ensure they’re acting to eradicate racism, sexism, and other inequitable business practices where they do have control: their organizations.
We’ve identified four areas of opportunity for healthcare organizations interested in putting a stake in the ground for building the future of work.
To better understand how the pandemic is impacting employee experience, Workhuman conducted a pulse survey of healthcare workers at U.S. hospitals, medical centers, and other healthcare organizations.
it’s time to seize this rare opportunity to create the new future of work by adopting more agile business practices and building an employee experience that surpasses even what you had before.
Here are some helpful insights that demonstrate the ROI of fully investing in a recognition program to help your organization thrive in today’s COVID-19 reality.
For one leading pharmaceutical company, frequent recognition correlated with 15% lower turnover and was found to be 8x more powerful than salary increases in improving engagement.
Effective performance management (PM) can be critical to helping address systemic inequality, yet most organizations still struggle to create an equitable experience.
Many world-class organizations – especially those already familiar with Social Recognition – are turning to Life Events to keep employees connected and maintain a strong culture and bottom line.
To understand how the COVID-19 is impacting employee experience, Workhuman conducted a pulse survey of 3,000+ full-time U.S. workers. Here's what’s most important and where organizations should focus.