Workplace Culture

Posts Tagged Workplace Culture

 
             
 

You are an exhausted HR professional charged with making the holidays lively without inviting lawsuits. On the day of your company’s holiday party, you walk into the lobby of your building and see the elegant Christmas pine that you had helped decorate. As you behold it in its twinkling glory, a co-worker says, “That tree is inappropriate in the workplace.”

November 28, 2016

 

If you've never met Rita Barreto Craig, then you're missing out on knowing a truly amazing HR leader and her excellent workplace content.

October 17, 2016

 

A conversation with Cecile Alper-Leroux, VP of Innovation, Ultimate Software, at the 2016 HR Technology Conference.

October 14, 2016
 
 
If your organization still views employee wellness through the lens of physical health, you are only seeing part of the big picture.  A more comprehensive approach to improving well-being will benefit your workers and your business.
 
October 14, 2016

On October 12, @shrmnextchat chatted with SHRM Editor Kathy Gurchiek @shrmwriter about Bad Bosses.

In case you missed this eye-opening chat you can read all the tweets here:

 

October 12, 2016

 

 

A bad boss can not only ruin your job experience, really bad ones can destroy trust, ruin a company’s culture and negatively affect engagement, productivity and retention.

Poor leadership is like a cancer: left unchecked, due to a lack of awareness or complacency, it will slowly destroy an organization from the inside out.

October 11, 2016

    

 

How good is the quality of your work culture? Do senior leaders understand culture? Even more important, do they understand the condition of your current culture and senior leaders’ responsibility in refining that culture?

September 17, 2016


 

“An employer’s brand should be built from the inside out. Just as part of an organization’s marketing message should come from its customers, the employer brand should be championed by its employees. For better or worse, they are the vehicles by which the message will be conveyed on blogs and social networks.”

September 1, 2016

 
 

I met my boyfriend at summer camp when we were seven. Our camp groups were playing soccer. He kicked the ball and it hit me in the chest, knocking the wind out of me. It’s safe to say our relationship started out rocky.

August 29, 2016

 

A regular round up of news, legal trends and workplace developments to help keep HR ahead of the curve

Summer is a great time to be outside, but that also means there’s more outdoor work going on, more construction and ultimately, more safety incidents.

July 19, 2016

                      
                            

 

What makes you happy at work? 

What do you think makes your employees happy?

Casual Fridays? 

Complimentary coffee?

Free yoga?

July 5, 2016

     

By Catalina Andrade

Is employee happiness an issue at your organization? Have you heard grumbling around the water cooler? Here are some go-to ways to boost morale and improve employee happiness used by Retrofit, a leading provider of weight-management and disease-prevention programs:

June 28, 2016

 

 

Don’t try this at work. Please. I’m begging you.

Ah, April Fools’ Day. A day when harmless, innocent pranks actually do harm people and are far, far from innocent. But hey, we all get some good laughs out of them, right?

April 1, 2016

                

Caution!

Alert!

Don’t do it!

There are 24 hours in a day. More than ten are spent sleeping, eating, and commuting. Another 10 are spent at work. That leaves less than 4 hours for the rest of our lives.

Our coworkers generally get more of our time than our families and loved ones. They tend to become our “families” and…wait for it…our ”loved ones.”

February 7, 2016

On February 3, @shrmnextchat chatted with talent strategist Mary Faulkner @mfaulkner43 to chat about "Teaming Up to Take Out a Toxic Culture."

In case you missed this informative chat, you can find all the tweets here:

February 3, 2016

Once upon a time, I had a chance to work with a vendor with a really cool product that enabled you to measure the culture of your organization (they’re called RoundPegg – look them up, as they are awesome). At one point in the process, we had an option to decide to test the entire company and get a true measure of our culture, or handpick people we felt “represented” our culture. This was kind of a big deal, especially given where I was working at the time.

January 27, 2016

 

Women aren’t to blame for their own lack of advancement at work. Failure to lean in and greater responsibility for child care don’t fully explain why women aren’t reaching the top levels of many corporations.

The difficulty women experience networking with male colleagues and senior male executives is a major culprit behind women’s lack of advancement.

December 2, 2015