Diversity and inclusion helps drive employee engagement, generate innovative ideas, and improve products, processes and solutions. So why have organizations been talking about diversity for years with little results to show for it?
On July 11, the coronavirus observes an anniversary. It marks exactly 4 months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 as a pandemic.
Equality and fairness are powerful forces. As people, when we’re treated fairly, we respond positively – we’re more motivated and more likely to succeed.
Employees have had a rough ride this year. The COVID-19 crisis has turned their world upside down, both at work and at home. Where we work, the way we work, even if we work, have all changed dramatically.
Is your business struggling with the decision between returning to work or remaining at home after COVID-19? Too many factors to consider and don’t know where to start?
Diverse workplaces are successful ones. They have increased employee satisfaction, stronger customer orientation, recruit the best talent and have improved decision-making.
Successfully returning to work after the COVID-19 pandemic requires careful balancing of business objectives and employee needs.
Employees have a lot on their minds right now.
They’re juggling workloads and virtual meetings, often while wrangling children at home. They’ve just adjusted to working remotely, when they’re confronted with the prospect of returning to the office.
A return to regular work is imminent for many employees across the world, as restrictions in place as part of the coronavirus response are reviewed.
As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, it's critical that everybody take precautions to keep themselves and others safe.