Most U.S. workers (61%) in a recent Emplify survey said their employers conduct surveys, but more than 1 in 4 said there’s no follow-up on the feedback they provide.
A business’s culture can catalyze or undermine success. Yet the tools available for measuring it—namely, employee surveys and questionnaires—have significant shortcomings.
Creating a D&I initiative at your organization is a bit like the chicken and the egg problem: Which comes first, diversity or inclusion?
Employers shouldn’t just focus on numbers, but also whether workers sense they can be themselves and feel like part of a community.
Talent development is an informal, day-to-day process.
How one CEO reduced turnover and increased engagement by connecting employees with a greater purpose.
Learning how to give healthy feedback changed my entire leadership approach. It means adopting a set of principles to instill better collaboration and trust.
New tools allow companies to innovate on an unprecedented scale, in every aspect of business. But the organization must also change.
A survey of top-ranked workplace cultures.
Leaders create the conditions that lead to burnout — or prevent it.