Conscious bias tends to grow from spoken or unspoken consensus that perpetuates inequalities in your organization and may end up written into emails, processes, and policies and put into daily practice as a routine. In this white paper, learn 50+ biases that could be impacting your recruitment, talent management, succession planning, and stifling innovation in your organization.
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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.
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There are three keys to keeping employee engagement high and performance development thriving: thanking, talking, and celebrating. These pillars connect employees and can be accomplished remotely.
in today’s new reality, the idea of an annual review seems archaic. Here are some helpful tips for putting in place a truly effective continuous performance management process.
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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.
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