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Jack Le

Building 5 Characteristics of a Positive Workplace Culture

Workplace culture is powerful. Research from Deloitte shows that 94% of executives and 88% of employees believe a positive workplace culture is essential to business success. Aside from high pay and benefits, modern-day job seekers want companies with a great work environment that makes showing up each day enjoyable. Not only does a positive workplace culture help attract and retain employees, but it also has a direct impact on a company’s success. While every workplace is different, companies with happy employees tend to have a few basic things in common. Here are five characteristics of a positive workplace culture that

Finding Mindfulness At Work And Beyond

Pandit Dasa is a former monk who has taught companies in the US how to balance work and life and live a healthier, more stress-free life. Living as a monk for 15 years has given Pandit a unique perspective on mindfulness. With over 16,000 hours of personal mindfulness practice, Pandit knows how to inspire others to create a growth and self-improvement mindset. Pandit moves the idea of ​​mindfulness into the corporate sphere by encouraging employers and employees to take steps to achieve a healthier work atmosphere for greater success and productivity. Jill Griffin, a writer on jobs, careers, board services,

How To Manage Digital Talent And Make Them Stay In The New Age

As digital transformation disrupts the workplace, it has not only forced us to reimagine where and when work is done but also who is going to do it. Digital leaders will face new challenges as they compete for digital talent that is in high demand. Without digital talents, companies will struggle to benefit as they should from the latest advances. Digital marketplaces for freelance IT talent, such as Topcoder, Upwork, Kaggle, are rapidly growing as more people are choosing alternatives to full-time employment. Forbes estimates that 35% of people are choosing freelance work and this is rapidly growing, particularly among

2022: A Year For Accelerated Speed And Adaptation

In early 2021, the world has hope again when the Covid-19 vaccine receives an emergency use authorization from the FDA, and frontline workers, the elderly and the vulnerable are gradually fully vaccinated. The feeling of returning to normalcy comes as we move through 2020 with resilience and determination to weather the pandemic. Yet we face an unexpected journey: a journey that ends in 2021 with unprecedented labor shortages coupled with unexpected supply shortages and inflation. So we always have to remind ourselves to prepare for the unpredictable. Think about 2021 as a lesson: Which business avenues have the most impact?

HR Leaders Share What They’ve Learned About Big Data

As AI continues to change the way businesses make decisions and chart their growth, more and more executives (including HR executives) are realizing the benefits. Benefits of using smart tools and platforms to guide and manage your day-to-day business. Here are 9 members of the Forbes Human Resources Council revealing what surprised them the most about the big data trend as they embraced it and started seeing positive results. 1. It Impacts Decision Making When big data aids your recruiting, says Kelsey Habich, Mission Critical Solutions, it uncovers bias issues at all levels that affect your organization, especially when related

Remote Working Jobs: 5 Problems We Need To Solve in 2022

It’s been almost two years since the global pandemic disrupted the traditional work model most people around the world follow. While some companies choose to cut staff, others require employees to stay at the office, the idea of ​​​​working remotely, flexibly, or combined with traditional working is being debated. lively discussion. As can be seen, in 2022, many businesses have begun to plan for employees to commit to meet the workload while still being flexible in working/remote working. However, we still don’t know if this will work in the long term, or if Enterprises can manage their workforce well, meet