Executives think they’re building good pandemic workplace cultures—data says they’re wrong

September 19th, 2021

The Society for Human Resource Management surveyed American executives, HR professionals, and workers regarding pandemic-era company culture. Most executives believe their organizations have been moving in the right direction. Most HR pros and other employees think the opposite.

Survey finds COVID-19 changing WFH and salary expectations

September 13th, 2020

What are your plans post-COVID? A recent Hired.com survey delves into salary expectations, and also finds tech workers are not planning to give up work-from-home privileges any time soon.

Mentorship can be the key to team-member development

September 12th, 2020

What is your organization doing to encourage (and help!) your technical staff find mentors who can advise them on how to deal with challenges and advance their careers?

Our definitions of “professionalism” are marginalizing non-white team members

September 5th, 2020

Dress codes, time-management styles, “cultural fit”–expectations of American professionalism often leave talented workers from minority cultures behind. Does your organization enforce an implicit white supremacy?

The cult of the CEO isn’t helping American corporations

August 29th, 2020

Does your organization put more faith in its CEO than it should? Research by Institutional Investor calls into serious question the “great man” theory of corporate leadership. If we put the CEO on a pedestal, what are ignoring?

Discomfort is essential to building an equitable organizational culture

August 16th, 2020

You’ve probably learned that personal and organizational success require you to step outside your “comfort zone.” But is your organization doing the same to build a culture of inclusion and equity?

Are your diversity and inclusion efforts for real?

August 15th, 2020

We are in a moment of cultural change. Is your organization sitting it out, rising to the occasion–or maybe just trying to “talk the talk” without a serious effort to “walk the walk”?