If you have a brain, you’re biased! We create biases all of the time. They help us to speed up our ability to make decisions. Building awareness of our own bias can help us to understand the perspectives of others and make more objective decisions.
Workplace wellness is about organizations taking a proactive approach to ensuring the health and wellbeing of their workforce. By focusing on the wellness of employees, organizations can help prevent issues with mental and physical health, reducing stress levels and absenteeism and ultimately improving performance.
Employee retention is one of the most important components of running a successful practice. With branded terms like quiet quitting circulating the internet, employers need to step up their game to ensure the term does not turn into real quitting.
Employers therefore need to carefully consider how they structure any signing bonus and consider adding terms that require employees to repay the signing bonus in some situations.
Written by Sandra Reder President and Founder of Health Bridge HR As the light at the end of the tunnel gets closer and closer, there is a lot of “buzz” around offices and in social circles about where people want to go for their vacations. Employers can expect there to be a large influx of employees […]
The path to creating a great team and organization starts here. Written by Marcel Schwantes, Inc.com Chief executives and heads of HR have been wrestling for years with the question, “How can I create a great workplace?” To answer that question, follow the evidence. The research asserts that leaders in those so-called “best companies” lean heavily on that […]
The greatest indicator of your achievements, according to the Oracle of Omaha. Written by Marcel Schwantes, Inc.com Warren Buffett is not often wrong when it comes to making investment decisions. The Oracle of Omaha’s sage-like wisdom and hard-hitting truth-telling have also transcended industries and generations and cultures. Most of the time, if we hold up the mirror to face our own reality, Buffett […]
Scandinavians know how to cope with a long, dark, gloomy winter. This year we need their wisdom more than ever. Written by Jessica Stillman, Contributor, Inc.com Scientists across the world are racing to develop vaccines and therapeutics for Covid, but despite their heroic efforts, just about every expert out there is warning it’s going to be a […]
Now-remote companies have learned how to make large events meaningful this pandemic year. Here’s what’s worked best–and how you can replicate it. Written by Christine Lagorio-Chafkin, Senior Writer, Inc.com Normally at this time of the year, companies are hiring caterers, setting up onsite casinos or party games, and inviting employees to cut at least a […]
Adrenaline got you through the first six months of the pandemic, compassion will get you through the next six months. Written by Lindsay Blakely, Managing Editor, Inc.com Several months into the pandemic, Peter Newell’s Palo Alto, California-based innovation consulting firm BMNT hadn’t skipped a beat. Business was up as more clients sought its advice on how to […]