In this article, we explore the importance of preventing unconscious bias in the executive evaluation process and provide actionable strategies.
The saying “people quit managers, not companies” is becoming increasingly relevant. Therefore, while experience and technical skills are essential, it’s imperative for leaders to also possess emotional intelligence to drive performance and retain talent.
As the workplace continues to evolve, HR plays a crucial role in adapting to new challenges and opportunities. Several emerging trends are reshaping the HR landscape in 2023, enabling organizations to cultivate a more engaged, diverse and productive workforce. This article explores the key topics revolutionizing HR practices and strategies leading into the second half of the year.
In November of 2022, U.S.-based employers reported 76,835 layoffs — 129% above the 19,052 reported cuts announced in the same month of the prior year. Significant amounts of displaced employees coupled with a lowered economic output is a significant indicator of one big thing — a recession. The pressure this creates for organizations to weather whatever the economic downturn throws their way is tremendous, making the fact that only 29% of companies have a formal exit management plan in place alarming.
Can you believe it? In what feels like the blink of an eye, 2022 has phased out and a new year of opportunities, decisions and uncharted territories is here. January is often acknowledged as a blank slate—a fresh beginning for people to rectify unhealthy routines and begin new, advantageous ones.
Below, we highlight some of the top ways business leaderscan make the most of this fresh start and implement tactics that are conducive tosuccess in 2023.
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