HR Dive: Your 2018 Benefits Resolution? Getting the Most Out of What You Have

by Ryan Golden | January 10, 2018

Organizations seem to understand, be it through past experience or passed-down wisdom, that employee benefits speak to the concept of “more.” Workers want more. That’s a statistical reality; workers across age groups still cite higher pay as a top motivation to move from job to job. And yet, as the concept of work takes on an increasingly Read more…

HR Advisor: When Culture Goes Wrong, How to Pick Up the Pieces

by Jeff Corbin | January 10, 2018

In November 2017, Dara Khosrowshahi sat down with the New York Times for his first interview after becoming Uber’s chief executive and replacing Travis Kalanick. He discussed the company’s culture prior to his arrival, admitted that it “went wrong,” and said that he is committed to fixing these important issues facing the company. When a company’s culture Read more…

Ragan: How to Use Data to Boost Employee Engagement in 2018

by Robby Brumberg | January 4, 2018

Just 33 percent of U.S. workers are ‘engaged’ and committed to their job. Do you have a plan to address this workplace funk next year? Tap into these statistics to buoy morale and productivity. Companies are spending plenty on employee engagement initiatives, but something is amiss. According to Gallup: “Just 33 percent of U.S. workers (and Read more…

Millennial Marketing: Is Your Internal Culture Ready for the Next Big Shift – Gen Z Employees?

by Skyler Huff | December 15, 2017

It may be tempting to dismiss Gen Z as too young to make an impact on the workplace, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Even in their relative youth, Gen Zers have practical and aspirational goals of working hard and finding success on an individual level – which translates well to a work environment. However, Read more…

FierceRetail: rue21 App Offers Employees Simultaneous, Instantaneous Communication

by Jacqueline Renfrow | November 29, 2017

New Branded App Helps rue21 Employees Communicate More Efficiently Part of making the busy retail season a success is empowering employees to work together and work efficiently. Employees are under constant pressure to update the store with new products, promotions and displays in the final months of the year. Especially in the world of fast Read more…

Forbes: What You Need To Know About Gen Z In The Workplace

by Jeff Fromm | November 27, 2017

When millennials first came into the talent sphere, they were derided with negative stereotypes. From their tendency to job-hop to underwhelming communication abilities, many felt their entrance into the workforce spelled its doom. This was clearly not the case as this cohort now accounts for the largest generation of employees, surpassing both Boomers and Gen X. Read more…

SHRM: Readers React to Article on Generation Z at Work

by Aliah Wright | November 22, 2017

When SHRM Online reported on a new survey that found managers are wary about Generation Z, people across social media spoke out. Members of Generation Z—generally, people born between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s—are just beginning to enter the workforce. Older co-workers are unimpressed with them, says a new poll from APPrise Mobile, a mobile employee communications tool. “To the extent Read more…

Business News Daily: 4 Common Communication Failures (And How to Fix Them)

by Saige Driver | November 20, 2017

Everyone knows communication is key in the business world. To run a successful team, employees, managers and top executives need to communicate clearly and effectively. However, sometimes the flow of information is interrupted, and some stakeholders are left in the dark. Lack of communication can result in negative consequences, from angry employees and customers to Read more…

Modern Restaurant Management: CPK: A Case Study in Training and Engagement via App

by Barbara Castiglia | November 8, 2017

California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) has nearly 14,000 employees across 300 restaurants in 15 countries and 218 cities around the world. As is common in the restaurant industry, CPK spends considerable time and resources training and educating part-time and hourly workers to keep them updated on new menu items, safety procedures and cooking techniques, and communicating with Read more…

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