Lessons often can be learned from jury service that can be applied to an employee’s work life, or even how the whole organization operates.
An apology is not enough. Toxic managers need to own up to their bad behavior and learn from their mistakes.
Training your organization’s managers to learn about employees’ unique stories and experiences can help in their career development and work performance.
From company image to lost business opportunities and damaged corporate culture, not getting employee input on where to reduce expenses can be catastrophic.
The idea is to do as little as possible on Monday to preserve your strength and energy for the rest of the week.
Self-promoting employees who emphasize what they are doing or planning to do rather than doing the work itself can create an imbalanced environment and demotivate team members.
Training on active listening and problem-solving skills can help employees adapt quickly to changing customer expectations.
Providing adequate pay, development opportunities, reach assignments, and inclusion in meetings with leadership can play a big role in entry-level employee retention.
AI can make work easier and more efficient but may be a barrier to learning and practicing skills. But it also could free up more time for higher-level work.
According to the American Psychological Association’s 2023 Work in America Survey, some 92 percent of respondents said it is important to them for their employer to provide support for employee mental health.