Once Upon a Time in HR…
By Brittany Burton and Victoria Sprenger Once upon a time, three young women found themselves struggling at work. Tired, isolated, […]
Rise and Grind: Should Napping at Work be a Wellbeing Strategy?
Napping at work is not a new phenomenon. 42.7% of US employees have admitted that they regularly nap at work, and […]
Employers! It’s Time to Talk About Time
Time and time again, the hours in the day can prove to be elusive. Many of us may find ourselves […]
Is Dissociation at Work on the Rise?
Dissociation is a way the mind copes with stress – and it is a way more common problem than most […]
Are Employers Flying Blind When it Comes to Mental Health?
Recently, I was out with a friend, and she mentioned how she hadn’t been into work that day. I asked […]
Are Managers Undermining Themselves by Laughter Padding?
Managers who know when to have a laugh and not take themselves too seriously tend to be some of the […]
No More Non-Competes? This is Why Employers Shouldn’t Panic
At the beginning of January, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposed a new law that would ban the use of non-compete […]
Coming Out at Work: The Closet with a Revolving Door
Let me ask you something – if you are a member of the LGBTQ+ community, how many times have you […]
The Importance of Black History Month in the Workplace
In the US, February marks the start of Black History Month – which aims to recognize the achievements of Black Americans and […]
Cameras On Vs. Cameras Off: The Rise of Zoom Fatigue
Zoom Fatigue refers to feelings of tiredness, worry or burnout due to the overuse of video calling platforms. To help […]
Finding the Balance Between Coaching and Mentoring
As coaching continues to grow and many organizations are increasingly happy to invest in bringing in external coaches, the reach […]
‘Quiet’ This, ‘Quiet’ That: Is it Time to Stop Being so Quiet?
There has been a bit of a theme emerging in the world of work. First it was the ‘quiet quitting’ phenomenon that […]
Improving Compensation IQ to Win Over Talent in 2023
As we enter the new year, many employers are conducting end of year pay reviews for their employees. This year’s […]
Is 2023 the Year of the Chief Remote Officer?
With the pandemic altering the fundamental structure of work, many employers have been wading through several stages of grief as […]
Is the Metaverse a Solution Looking for a Problem?
Recently, Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg laid off more than 11,000 employees due to a drop in profits, and this saw shares in […]