As a part of a global research effort around how the future of work has unfolded in 2020 called Go Forward To Work, we closed off the year by co-hosting a focus group with Dell Technologies tailored for CHROs and their CIO counterparts who are leading the future of work initiatives at each of their companies.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), depression causes an estimated 200 million lost workdays each year at the cost of $17 billion to $44 billion to employers.
It has been roughly about five years since we started talking about the future of work, except the concept has now really taken off given the conditions generated by the global pandemic.
Probably the biggest business lesson coming out of COVID-19 is that the future workplace will look much different than the pre-pandemic status quo.
If you want to win over your boss, never bring them only one solution to a problem; bring them two or even three potential options.
Human beings are simplifiers. We are cognitive misers, exerting the least amount of mental effort that we can in making decisions.
Victim blaming is nothing new when it comes to sexual harassment but a new study shows that some women are seen as more credible than others when it comes to sexual harassment claims.
Visible acts of racial injustice and police brutality have sparked a global awakening to the experiences Black Americans have faced for centuries, including efforts to dismantle systemic racism in corporate workplaces.
We are all looking forward to the end of the pandemic.
Unfortunately, political awareness and anxiety are at an all-time high.
In a press release on Friday, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) made it very clear: job postings conveying preference — for example, “recent graduate”, young”, “energetic”, is an example of a recruiting practice that may involve systemic age discrimination.
Emotional intelligence informed the decisions that have allowed Paul Scharfman to grow his business over 20 years, even in a rural area with declining population.
In recent years, diversity and inclusion (D&I) have emerged as a critically important issue and focus to ensure the success of work cultures and organizations large and small around the world.
With the possibility of more employees returning to the office in 2021, momentum is building at the state and local levels to rethink what an employee must show to prove they have been harassed at work.
The last few years have seen a growing number of things be offered on an on-demand basis.