Snobbery and one-dimensional thinking have no place in an organization that wants the most robust and competent talent pipeline possible.
A cross-trained workforce means exhausted employees can easily take vacation time, while ensuring business continuity for customers.
My experience has led me to believe employers want inauthentic employees—people who can make complex situations sound deceptively simple, promising things they know are not possible.
Even though many organizations are talking about a “hybrid” model for work post-pandemic, there seems to be a preference for bringing employees back to the office.
Innovation often results from a balance of solitary creativity and in-person collaboration.
Unlike previous generations that may have been reluctant, and even scared, to do things differently, Generation Zers may leap right in.
While their male counterparts are described as knowledgeable, and even brilliant, women more often are described as hard workers, productive, and reliable.
Companies finally seem to be catching on that honey is more effective than vinegar in engaging employees and stimulating strong job performance and staff retention.
With vaccines making the pandemic’s end more likely, some companies now are thinking about corporate wellness programs that focus on weight management, cardiovascular, and overall health.
Requiring employees to get vaccinated or face termination can create strong resentment and even legal challenges. But motivating employees to get the vaccine offers no downside.