Many employees and organizations spent last year settling into their new way of working after the initial, prolonged disruption of the pandemic subsided.
6 Workplace Findings Leaders Need to Navigate This Year
For leaders, 2022 was defined by a war for talent and the office.
Gallup’s Top Workplace Stories of 2022
In 2022, the workplace made headlines. The Great Reshuffle continued, public support for unions reached a 57-year high and being in the office meant Tuesday through Thursday for many employees.
Quiet Firing: What It Is and How to Stop Doing It
Managers and leaders, you have probably heard about quiet quitting, but are you guilty of quiet firing?
One in Four Workers Still Fear Catching COVID-19 at Work
U.S. workers’ fear of contracting COVID-19 on the job has waned over the course of the pandemic, but a certain amount of unease persists.
Global Study Reveals Most Workers Enjoy What They Do
Work is central to people’s lives. By some estimates, it’s what the average person will spend nearly one-third of their lifetime doing. But are they enjoying the work they do every day?
Workplace Equity: The “E” in DEI and Why It Matters
Do you consider your workplace fair?
Is Quiet Quitting Real?
“Quiet quitters” make up at least 50% of the U.S. workforce — probably more, Gallup finds.
The World’s Workplace Is Broken — Here’s How to Fix It
That’s how much of life most of us spend working. The only thing we spend more time doing is sleeping.
Younger Workers Have Had It Worse
According to Gallup’s most recent State of the Global Workplace report, the pandemic affected younger workers’ careers more negatively in 2020 than older workers’.
Too Many Teams, Too Many Bosses: Overcoming Matrix Madness
Teamwork is the lifeblood of every organization.
Creating Your Own Workplace Wellbeing: A Manager’s Guide
Only 44% of employees believe they can always “bounce back” from hardship.
Create Your Hybrid Workplace Strategy With 7 Questions
For leaders figuring out the post-pandemic workplace, it may appear that there are three options: back to the office, fully remote or hybrid.
Understanding the Effects of Discrimination in the Workplace
A recent Gallup survey of U.S. workers finds that workplace discrimination can affect employees’ perceptions of an organization’s culture, their opportunities, and their coworkers’ intentions.