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Why Millennials Quit (And How to Keep Them Around)
Why did six millennials quit marketing and public relations firm Double Forte just three months after joining ? The company's CEO Lee Caraher learned the hard way that there's more to the high turnover than "millennials being millennials."
Office Hours: In 2030, Expect to See AR, VR and 3D Data
Holger Mueller, VP and principal analyst at Constellation Research, lays down his predictions for 2030, which include the introduction of virtual reality, augmented reality and data visualization to the world of work.
Organizational Leaders Can't Avoid Conversations About Automation Forever
For businesses to stay at the forefront of innovation, organizational leaders must be willing to share what they know about emerging automation tools and their potential impact on the business. But just how willing are they to have these tough conversations?
Making the Case For—And Against—Hiring Overqualified Candidates
There are plenty of reasons why candidates may apply for jobs below their experience level. Here are three occasions when you should give overqualified applicants a chance, and three situations in which to avoid them.
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6 steps to defining your organizational values
Organizational culture can be seen as a "personality" created by the organization's values, attitudes and behaviors. This "personality" attracts and keeps great talent, creates a positive public image and helps build long-lasting relationships with stakeholders, vendors and customers.
5 ways to make your workplace more LGBTQ+ inclusive
A diverse workplace is only as strong as the measures it puts into place to foster authentic and meaningful inclusion. People know when you're making a real effort or just going through the motions. We need to create work environments where everyone feels welcome and is empowered to bring their full self to work.
Improve workplace culture with modern compliance training
According to Gartner, workers are twice as likely to quit their jobs after observing compliance violations. Quite simply, non-compliance is costly. Not only does it mean hefty fines, but it also has the potential to hurt and organization’s reputation and decrease employee morale. What also makes compliance particularly challenging is that laws and regulations constantly change and update.