Our (Re)Commitment

Like you, we are having heart-prying, honest conversations in the wake of the traumatic events of the past few weeks. We hear the resounding rallying cry to do more and be more in the wake of the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and far...

A Care Package for Working Remotely

The Internet is (understandably) full of tips for working from home these days. For many businesses and employees, WFH is brand-new territory, and let’s face it: some of what we’re experiencing could become the new norm. But how are you and your employees really doing...

A Guide to Choosing the Right Tools for Remote Work

These past couple of months have thrown many teams right into the deep end with digital collaboration tools. For some, just treading water has been a challenge. We’ve grappled with bizarre audio feedback, low bandwidth, spotty WiFi, and cats on keyboards. Somehow...

Mental Health at Work Matters More Than Ever

As an HR professional, I’ve helped employers and employees through a variety of mental health situations including struggles with stress, anxiety, addiction, depression, and suicide. During the Covid-19 crisis, I’ve had a number of conversations with employees and...

Need To Cut People Costs? You Have More Options Than You Think.

As the Covid-19 crisis increases, we’re getting an uptick in questions about options for adjusting team size and structure. The good news is that there are options, and you might be able to use a combination of options to meet changing business goals. Here’s a quick...

Three Strategies for Keeping Remote Workers Engaged

We have become a nation of remote workers practically overnight. It’s a big adjustment under normal circumstances, and many teams are trying to pull off this radical cultural change under extreme stress and time pressure. We have worked virtually and engaged...

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Pay Equity: The Business Case

Pay Equity: The Business Case

Individuals should be paid for the work they are doing, with no discrepancies based on gender or ethnicity. Research conducted by WorldatWork and Korn Ferry shows that 60% of US organizations are working to resolve pay inequities. Additionally, state and local...

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