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We don’t just live in anxious times—we need to work in them as well. And as HR leaders, our role is to support employees and reassure them that the organization stands by them even in times of economic uncertainty. How can you support employees as inflation rises, the risk of a recession looms, and anxiety increases? We have your guide on how to improve morale right here.
It can seem like there’s a binary divide happening in the world of work right now: remote vs. in-person work. And many employers have chosen to move to hybrid work schedules when faced with a workforce that wants the best of both.
Hybrid work can seem like it combines the best of both worlds, allowing for some in-office interaction and collaboration while reducing commute time and increasing productivity for employees.
But a successful hybrid workplace is surprisingly hard to implement.
This is an all-too-familiar experience on the internet: you click on a tempting ad for a new swimsuit because it looks perfect for your upcoming vacation. When you don't purchase it right away, ads for it follow you around several social media platforms and websites.
Or you spend some time on the swimsuit company's website and conveniently get an email with a discount offer the next day. Eventually, you probably end up purchasing because you keep seeing that swimsuit and picturing it on your ...
It’s almost time to celebrate Thanksgiving, so here at Bonusly, we’re thinking a lot about thankfulness. That’s at the heart of recognition, after all—thanking and appreciating employees for what they contribute to your organization every day.
Aside from making you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, recognition in the workplace has powerful benefits. Those benefits go to the receiver of the recognition, of course. But did you know there are also benefits to giving positive feedback?
“Ok boomer.” “Millennials are so entitled.” “Gen Z are a bunch of sensitive snowflakes.” Generational stereotypes and clashes exist at large in work culture and in the office. But with an astonishing five generations currently in the workplace at once, these stereotypes are often harmful to relationships between leaders and their teams.
The truth is that all generations have a huge amount to offer one other and their companies. The key to managing multiple generations is avoiding stereotypes.
The shift to working in fully remote or hybrid arrangements happened slowly... and then all at once in 2020. And we’re still figuring out how to deal with the consequences, both the good and the bad. 🤔
One major thing many employers have struggled with is how to improve their remote company culture. It’s no small task!
But don’t worry—this guide will take you through everything you need to know about improving company culture when you’re working in a fully remote or hybrid environment.
It’s a challenging talent market right now for hiring managers – getting the right people as employees, for the right price, right away, is harder than ever. But while you work hard to bring on those valuable full-time employees, you might be ignoring a great solution if you’re not hiring contractors.
Every business owner knows that their online reputation is one of their most valuable assets. It is also an asset that can be easily damaged. So how can you safeguard your reputation and ensure your business is fairly represented online to current and potential customers?
The best online reputation management strategy is a proactive and positive one. This guide will walk you through everything you need to know about your online reputation plan and how it will help your business thrive.
Increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace has become a higher priority for businesses today. And it’s not just the right thing to do. Companies that prioritized diversity in their executive teams outperformed their less-diverse peers by more than 25-36%, according to research from McKinsey. 🤩
While the business case is strong, there has been slow progress in terms of meaningful DEI efforts in the workplace overall.
No matter how appealing your product or service is, your customers often don't decide to purchase it the same way. They have different considerations, needs, and journeys.
Developing a deep understanding of your buyer personas can help you target content that wins them over, no matter what stage of the sales funnel they're currently in. Here's everything you need to consider to nail the marketing funnel stages and convert more viewers to customers.
Buyer's Journey in Marketing Overview
How can HR managers and hiring managers find the right candidates for the job — not just ones who will fill a seat, but who will be high performers and stay for the long term?
There’s a great solution for this question: using aptitude tests and data to sort out an applicant’s chances of success.
Nearly 4 million Americans quit their jobs every month in 2021. A historically unprecedented turnover rate.
The Great Resignation made retaining employees an even higher priority than ever. But what’s the best way to convince employees to stay?
Keeping them engaged and happy is the answer, and here are the 10 best ways to do so.
Marketing your food or beverage brand shouldn't leave a sour taste in your mouth. This comprehensive marketing guide for brands in the food and beverage sector contains everything you need to know to build brand awareness and increase sales.
The food and beverage industry is essential—everyone needs to eat and drink to live. But while it's a source of nourishment, food and drinks are also one of life's most treasured pleasures for many people.
People with disabilities bring talents and perspectives to companies that employ them with benefits. Hiring them isn’t just the right thing to do—it’s also great business sense, especially since 97% of HR professionals say employees with disabilities perform the same or better than their peers without disabilities.
Juneteenth is an important day in American history—and it’s becoming more and more widely celebrated in the workplace by many employers, including the federal government.
How can your company recognize Juneteenth and celebrate it in a way that’s authentic, inclusive, and supportive of your broader diversity efforts? We’ve got a few ideas.