October 27, 2021
More than 2/3 of US workers say that the pandemic has changed their perspective on what’s important to them in life. This revelation, coupled with the sentiment that over half of workers say they feel like they have a greater ability to craft their own working circumstances now than before the pandemic starts to explain the major shifts we are seeing in the labor market, not only in the US but across the globe.
Our special guest Arti Pullins, CEO of Pundit Consultantz, joins us for this very special episode of Work@Life to share her perspective on what people, and organizations, can do to make this stage we're going through a long-term win-win for both parties.
September 14, 2021
You have probably heard (a lot!) about The Great Resignation—and it's likely made you nervous about the impact it will have on your organization. But, have you considered how this time of turmoil could be a great moment to improve your culture and employee experience?
That’s why in this new season of Work@Life, we’ll examine what we’re calling The Great Opportunity: How we approach work, what’s the most effective way to connect with our people, and how organizations can use data to take action.
June 22, 2021
Did you know that while nearly 100% of managers rate themselves as supportive of employees with families, only half of their subordinates agree with this assessment? Join the conversation with our special guest Kelly Schwind Wilson, PhD, an Associate Professor of Management at Purdue University and learn more about the emerging strategies that leaders can use to best support working mothers and their team members with families.
September 6, 2018
Why do intention and commitment matter so much at work? In this episode we talk to long-time HR pro and author of the new book "HR on Purpose," Steve Browne. He talks about developing a deliberate people passion and redefining what HR is.