Company Culture

Have you ever noticed how much more enjoyable and motivated you are at work when you have a work BFF? Work can be a great place to meet friends when the right environment is provided. It’s not always easy to break the ice and find...

Business leaders are making a conscious effort to increase diversity, particularly at the top. That’s a good thing. But it’s also important to remember that sometimes well-intended efforts can lead to unexpected problems, particularly if you aren’t fully conversant with federal civil rights laws. Here are...

Onboarding is a delicate process where new employees determine whether they are engaged or disengaged from their new companies. Post recruitment, proper onboarding is most often put on the back burner, employers and hiring managers don’t put much thought into a plan that engages employees...

With the unemployment rate at record lows, the battle for talent is on. Big or small, every company has to fight to win the attention of today’s savvy job seeker. Of course, there is no single way to attract talent. That said, in my experience, certain attributes are...

Employee stress is a problem, for every employee, at every company. Although stress can at times bring out the best in some individuals too much of it can lead employees to become unhappy and inefficient. Employee burnout has become a huge problem. According to a survey...

College is supposed to be a time for Students to prepare for a successful future but it turns out it is doing just the opposite. Rather than focusing on paving a path toward a stable financial future the amount a Student owes, come graduation, makes...

The thought of a shorter workweek may seem like the answer to our prayers. As employers, we are always looking for ways to attract top talent, increase productivity, and retain best-fit employees and a shorter workweek could be the solution to all three. Earlier this...

We know that competitive pay and good benefits factor into an employees decision to work for a company but it takes far more than a good paycheck to retain a quality employee. An employees desire and will to work is heavily influenced by the environment...

Author: Hogan Injury The World Health Organization considers stress as the health epidemic of the 21st century. Chronic and high levels of stress can lead to heart diseases, high blood pressure, weakened immune functions, impaired cognitive performance, and problems in metabolism, among others. Nearly half of the...