Category:Learning & Development

员工评估career development more than ever—it’s a sign that the company is willing to invest in their future. How are businesses approaching training today? What are their pain points, and what topics are being addressed in training?

3 Alternatives to Quiet Cutting

There is yet a new term for what is happening in the workplace – “quiet cutting.” This practice sounds similar to “quiet quitting,” but is very different. Where quiet quitting is employee disengagement, quiet cutting describes the practice of reassigning an employee to an undesirable role in hopes they will quit the organization. Furthermore, some […]

Gap in Upskilling Opportunities for Women and POC

The workplace landscape has long been riddled with challenges for minorities and women. As the world leans into a skills-driven economy, a new layer of disparity emerges, spotlighting significant gaps in upskilling opportunities. Recent data uncovers a disconnect between employers and employees, particularly when it comes to expectations for skills development. The Gender Divide in […]

Demand for AI Skills Far Outpaces Supply

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a high-tech revolution that has been around for a while. But it’s reached peak attention recently with the advent and rapid adoption of generative AI (GenAI) apps like ChatGPT and Bard. But as interest and adoption increase, both are outpacing the availability of people with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to […]

Big Benefits in Involving Employees in the Budgeting Process

Budgeting is a predictable annual process for most, if not all, organizations. It’s a process, though, that often takes place in a top-down fashion. Senior management, often with input from their finance leaders set the direction and allocate resources based on organizational priorities. Seems logical but, while this approach has its merits, it overlooks a […]

What To Do When People Analytics Present a Dead End

People analytics are ubiquitous in today’s increasingly digital-first workplaces. The rationale is simple. People analytics, also known as HR analytics or talent analytics, provide a data-driven approach to managing people at work. For many leaders, it’s an e of the data-driven ethos that already informs everything from customer engagement to product development, making it a […]

How Technology Can Address the Growing Safety Concerns of Frontline Workers

There is a serious disconnect in the frontline workspace. Many businesses are unaware that over 58% of employees believe that the risk of being physically harmed on the job is rising. Additionally, 40% of them reported an increase in concerns about personal safety just in the last year. They no longer feel safe. There are a few […]

The Power of Connection Fuels Company Culture

A strong company culture is no accident. It takes thoughtful intention, investment, and commitment to nurture. And in a world where remote and hybrid work continues to rise, culture can seem elusive. But there’s one simple yet profound fuel for culture that companies too often overlook: connection. As Bruce Zicari, CEO of The Bonadio Group, […]

New Report Illuminates State of the Labor Market ‘Skills Gap’

The digital landscape is ever-evolving, and so are the skills required to navigate it. A recent report by Adobe delves into the perceived digital literacy gap, shedding light on the skills that are truly in demand and how they align with the perceptions of employers and employees. The Skills Landscape Adobe’s report highlights a disconnect […]

Leaders and Motivation: Is It Them or Me?

What have you done lately to help your team fully invest in their work? Leaders frequently ask me to explain why some members of their workforce don’t seem fully engaged or motivated. They report that people are just going through the motions or, worse, just doing what’s minimally expected. “In an era when innovation, speed, […]

4-Day Workweek Gains Traction

If there’s one thing the pandemic experience has contributed to, it’s employees’ demand for more flexibility and work/life balance. Hybrid work is becoming more common, but so is another flexible concept: the 4-day workweek. It’s an idea that has been gaining traction globally, and it holds a lot of advantages not just for employees but […]