Cartoon Coffee Break: What About the Old Office Buildings?
Editor's Note: This post is part of our "Cartoon Coffee Break" series. While we take talent management seriously, we also know it's important to have a good laugh. Check back regularly for a new ReWork cartoon.
A Day in the Life of a Workplace Wellness Expert
Between afternoon yoga classes, discounted gym memberships and healthier food options, workplace wellness initiatives are on the rise â€” nearlyÂ 80 percent of peopleÂ who work for organizations with 50 or more employees have access to a wellness program.
Dear ReWorker: My Employee Is Tattling on Her Coworkers
Focus on Employee Experienceâ€”Not Employee Engagementâ€”In 2021
Modern employee-employer relationships are inherently complicated. Add a distributed workplace and a pandemic to the mix, and managing the modern workforce became exponentially more complex almost overnight. Today, leaders have to think about everything from culture to well-being to purpose and meaningâ€”the entirety of the employee journey, known as the employee experience.
Honor Black History Month in a Meaningful Wayâ€”Through Action
February is Black History Month, a time to educate ourselves and others about Black history, raise awareness about ongoing issues that the Black community faces, and encourage change. When it comes to honoring Black History Month in the workplace, organizations often want to â€œdo something,â€ but arenâ€™t sure of the best way to actually facilitate learning, participation, and action.
How to Do Diversity and Inclusion Training Right
In April, at a Sephora store in Calabasas, California, a store associate allegedly called security to make sure a customer wasn't stealing.
How Four Companies Show Appreciation for Their Employees
Employees are the backbone of your company, and a little recognition goes a long way. According to a SHRM/Globoforce report, companies thatÂ utilize strategic recognitionÂ are 48 percent more likely to see high employee engagement. Even companies that spend as little as 1 percent of payroll on recognition are 79 percent more likely to experience better financial results.
How To Unlearn Racial Biases In Todayâ€™s Workplace
This article originally appeared on Forbes HR Council.Â
HR Has the Power to Change Its Bad Reputation
For years, human resources has been the department that everyone loves to criticize. More than 20 years ago, Tom Stewart, a Fortune editor at the time,suggested that instead of improving HR, the department should be abolished, eliminated, nuked. Unfortunately, public opinionhasnâ€™tchanged all that much since.