Tag: organization

4 Steps to Combat Turnover at Your Healthcare Organization

Combatting turnover in home-based and facility-based care may seem impossible. Retention is a consistent struggle for facilities and agencies alike, and in many ways, the pandemic has exacerbated those struggles. Turnover costs employers anywhere from 100-300% of each lost employee’s salary. Additionally, the results of consistent turnover in the healthcare industry can have much more … 4 Steps to Combat Turnover at Your Healthcare…

5 Steps to Becoming a Decision-Ready Organization

Data is everywhere, yet without the capability to turn information into actionable insights, data is merely the equivalent of raindrops falling endlessly into the ocean. … The post 5 Steps to Becoming a Decision-Ready Organization appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

What is the Perfect Diversity Mix for your Organization?

This is a question I think many executives and HR and TA leaders struggle with. SHRM hasn’t come out and given guidance. ATAP has not told us at what levels we should be at with our diversity mix. So, how do we come up with this answer? Seems like we should probably be roughly 50/50 when it comes to male and female employees. Again,…

A New Model For Corporate Training: The Adaptive Learning Organization

Read Time24 Second Among all that’s happened this year, one of the most important parts of business has been learning. More than 40% of Americans have changed jobs; reskillling and upskilling continues to be critical; and there’s even evidence that there are labor shortages in certain critical roles again. How have companies dealt with all this? Through a … Read more» The post A…

Your Organization Is On A Political Rollercoaster, Hold on Tight

From the boardroom to the men’s room; from the chat features of Zoom and Skype to text, employees are engaging in a political jousting of sorts. Unbridled pandemics and ongoing global social injustice protests have changed the rules of political correctness in the workplace. As organizations are declaring their position on racial and social injustice, they have invited more sharing and dialogue among their…

Did Your Organization Buy Its Way Out of the #BLM Conversation?

In the wake of the George Floyd killing many of the world’s largest technology companies in the world responded, with their checkbooks. Only one came out, Reddit, and said we will be replacing a white dude on our board, their co-founder, with a person of color. The amounts of money are impressive, and don’t get me wrong it will definitely take money and resources…

Madison Announces Day of Reflection for Global Organization in Honor of Juneteenth

New York, NY (June 17, 2020) — Madison, a global leader in Social Employee Recognition, has announced to all employees that June 19th is officially recognized as a corporate holiday in remembrance of Juneteenth’s historic significance. Juneteenth commemorates a day for celebration, education and connection with the end of slavery in America in 1865. In recognizing this event as a corporate holiday, Madison will…

4 Steps to Embed Diversity & Inclusion Into Your Organization

In the last few years, the HR world has seen a shift in perspective when it comes to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Countless studies have been conducted to research the impact that diverse and inclusive cultures have on a company’s goals, and the results have been clear: inclusive organizations consistently outperform their less inclusive equals, being twice as likely to meet or…

Navigating Your Organization Through Uncertainty

Last year, our Co-President and CFO Robynne Sisco authored an article on how finance leaders can prepare for uncertainty. Given these challenging times and the high level of uncertainty about the full impact of COVID-19, we thought it would be helpful to share her advice again, with a few updates for the current environment. The global landscape is changing faster than ever, impacted by…

Making a Good Thing Better: Our New Customer Service Organization

This post was originally published on this site I was delighted Workday was recently named among the top customer-obsessed companies of 2019. We were recognized for innovation and culture, but I believe we achieved the #5 ranking because we listen to customer feedback and adapt to meet their needs.  Sometimes this involves making bold internal changes and committing to operating differently. And that’s exactly…

Is Someone In Your Organization Hoarding Top Talent?

#3 of HR’s Biggest Lies – Mr. Smith in our West Region is hoarding talent and won’t allow them to move to other regions/departments/etc.   Why is this the #3 biggest lie?  Because I haven’t come up with the other ones yet and three seemed like a good middle number to start with.  I could have also called it HR’s biggest excuse for not doing…

What Sesame Street Character are You in Your Organization?

Sesame Street begins its 50th season on November 9th and it really got me thinking about the lessons and characters I grew up with watching this iconic show.  As I thought about it, I began to connect people in my own organization and how Sesame Street is really just a snapshot of our own professional lives. So, here’s my Sesame Street view of Corporate…