From digital AI assistants to one-on-one videoconferencing booths, 2024 will see the emergence of lots of new workplace tech.
The idea behind psychological safety is that we should not fear ridicule or being put down in contexts where we are trying to learn or be creative. But it was never meant to suggest that there should be no consequences for poor performance or not following the rules, according to new research.
This rising trend sees employees appear at the office just long enough for an engaging coffee break (or two) with colleagues and then return home to do their work.
Companies need to look beyond resume gaps and give those who are recovering from substance abuse an opportunity to rejoin the workforce.
When training new managers, it’s important to note the array of personalities they may be confronted with.
One sign of a culture of false urgency is when employees feel compelled to work at nights and on the weekends because that’s the only time they feel they can do “real work” after spending their days in meetings.
What did it (or would it) take to bring your employees back to the physical workplace?
When training managers and employees, it’s a good idea to teach, and review annually, the protocol for doing a post-mortem on business failures.
AI has the potential to make all our lives easier, but to ensure the technology improves how employees work and relate to each other and customers, organizations will need a deliberate approach.
A primary motivator of the UAW strike is the perception—and perhaps the truth—that executives at the companies have dramatically benefitted financially while the average employee in these organizations has not.