Increasing Diversity in Non-Traditional Ways: Neurodiversity

It’s time to break the status quo and increase diversity in new ways! The times are changing, is your company willing to change?

How to Help You and Your Team Beat WFH Burnout

Working From Home (WFH) is becoming the new normal for most individuals across the world, and with that, creating and implementing healthy boundaries to distinguish between a work life and a homelife is crucial to avoid burnout.

Women In Leadership

The issue facing women is the labyrinth to leadership: a series of complexities, detours, dead ends, and unusual paths. We review 3 areas where many organizations’ current designs are biased against women and how to overcome them: 1.) Work-Family Conflict, 2.) Recruiting and Selection, and 3.) Mentorship.

Employee Feedback and Why It’s Effective

Prioritizing the exchange of feedback in the workplace can result in a whole host of benefits- employee recognition and encouragement via the giving and receiving of feedback freely in the workplace tends to leave employees feeling more satisfied, which leads to a nearly 300% performance increase, fewer absences, and longer tenure!

Creating a Culture of Trust

Workplace trust is a fundamental building block of any professional relationship. No matter your level of seniority in a company, trust reflects your character, and company members will only experience cohesion with the people that they trust. We review some practical ways for you to build and or maintain your workplace’s culture of trust.

Rethinking Workforce Planning in an Uncertain World

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing ? or has already changed ? our collective discernment of uncertainty because of the continued unknown. Almost overnight, companies had to revaluate everything they thought that they knew to find new ways of doing business. Just like sailors navigating their vessels through stormy seas, so too can company figureheads by moving swiftly and proactively rather than simply reacting instinctively.

Part 2 of 3: A Guide to Managing a Remote Team

Keeping employees engaged in pre-COVID-19 times was a challenge within itself. Now that our daily business operations have become more virtual it is even more critical to focus on successfully engaging your employees. The following tips will ensure you are engaging both current and new employees through the challenges, the depersonalization, and distractions created by remote work.

Part 1 of 3: A Guide to Managing a Remote Team

In response to the uncertainties presented by Covid-19, the new “stay-in order” has forced many employees and their managers to adopt a work-from-home life instead of working together in an office. The following tips were recently shared with our clients who now have a newly remote workforce, and they will help you and your team be productive regardless of where a person works.

HR PLANNING WEEK 2: A Company’s MAP to Building an Effective Remote Workforce

I’d like to spend my time this week sharing our Wejungo “MAP” to building an effective remote workforce touching on 3 important areas. With these new tools and ideas, what will you commit to doing differently this week to MAP out success for your newly remote workforce?

HR Planning Advice During COVID-19: Planning not just Reacting

With the recent growth of COVID-19, most CA companies are required to have their staff work from home. For companies being forced into this remote working structure, this can pose a challenge because there has been no time to create nor plan for the best technologies, accountability structures, and documented processes. Here are the 3 Key Actions I recommend all CA companies do immediately to better plan not just react.