Cartoon Coffee Break: WFH Woes
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 every two weeks for a new ReWork cartoon.
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.
Closing the Skills Development Confidence Gap: A Conversation with Cornerstoneâ€™s Heidi Spirgi and Mike Bollinger
In HR, weâ€™ve been talking about the skills gap for over a decade. And as a result, companies are putting it on their priority list, adopting more modern and technology-based learning programs and resources to help prepare employees with the skills of the future. And yet, despite these improvements, skills gaps have remained a top concern.
Cornerstone Cares Spotlight: How Businesses Used Learning Materials to Cope During a Crisis
Across industries, the COVID-19 pandemic shook business operations significantly, creating the need for many organizations to switch to remote work almost instantly. This sudden transition required new forms of communication and collaboration, not to mention security considerations, platform and system access and equipment requirements. While this abrupt shift to remote work presented obstacles, many organizations were proactive in providing their people and teams the learning resources required to navigate this new remote work reality.Â
Creativity in the Workplace: Working Towards Mindfitness
Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainty
A Day in the Life of a Diversity Manager
The need for more diversity in Silicon Valley is no secret â€” recentÂ demographic reportsÂ from large companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter show large gaps in both gender and ethnicity. Fortunately, companies are beginning to recognize theÂ benefits of a diverse workforce, hiring HR managers, program leads and recruiters with the specific task of increasing inclusion initiatives.
A Day in the Life of an Employee Experience Manager and Specialist
The war for talent has companies of all sizes focused on creating compelling employee experiences that will not only help them attract top talent, but also prevent current star performers from exploring outside opportunities.
A Day in the Life of a Health Care Industry Compliance Manager
Karen Shell watched intently when the Senate Judiciary Committee held confirmation hearings in January for the next U.S. attorney general, a decision that could dramatically impact her day-to-day work. As the director of compliance forÂ National Seating and MobilityÂ (NSM), her interest in these hearings might not be clear at first, but Shell says a shakeup in the Department of Justice's philosophy and focus could seriously affect business.
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.