A look at the challenges and potential rewards of salary transparency.
Understanding how we are misunderstanding each other is a great first step in interacting with each other in more meaningful and productive ways.
This is a time to reaffirm the fundamentals of good management—both of your business and people.
Helping employees to have civil conversations—political or otherwise—and teaching them when it’s time to “agree to disagree.”
As companies begin to reopen offices during the pandemic, the first leadership conversation with employees should be based in empathy and reinforcement of the message: “We care about our employees. Your health and safety is our top priority.”
Finding ways to lessen office commute fears and potential virus exposure to your office is a win-win for employees and business continuity.
Is your company finding ways to help multi-tasking parents, caregivers, and other employees during this stressful time?
It’s important to offer schedule flexibility to both parents and non-parents in the workplace.
One solution is fostering a corporate culture that emphasizes patience and encourages trial and error, so that errors are forgivable as long as they lead to improvement.
When Americans were told to “lock down” and to “stay home, stay safe” during COVID-19, many took it to mean cook and eat all day—while stretched out on the couch watching television. As a result, many are heavier and in worse physical (and maybe mental) shape than they were a year ago.