by Amrit & Loralyn For the last couple of months, we have been featuring a weekly (okay, almost weekly with some variation in our
By Amrit & Loralyn Is it a thing? Yes, inclusive leadership is a “thing.” We have been discussing it for several weeks in our
by Amrit & Loralyn Inclusive leadership has emerged as a powerful concept in the corporate landscape. Many consider inclusive leadership transcendental versus traditional leadership approaches.
By Amrit & Loralyn As we wrap up another PRIDE month and applaud the added vigilance of law enforcement at the parades to help
Workplaces are not only becoming more toxic – they are becoming more violent, too – with the number of rapes, aggravated assault charges and murders dramatically increasing year-over-year. Learn the 7 Types of Poison that make a workplace toxic and 3 tips on how to make your workplace more inclusive and hence, less toxic.
We’ve all heard about quiet quitting. Make no mistake, it *IS* happening in your workplace and it is having a negative effect on your organization’s productivity, morale, and revenue potential. The question is, what are you as the leadership team going to do about it?
Quiet quitting is bad for business. It kills productivity and can negatively impact corporate culture. But how do you know if a job candidate will soon be “quitting quietly” after you hire them? Ask these seven interview questions. These are the answers and questions to ask in an interview to identify those with the potential for quiet quitting.
In our previous blog, you read that businesses in the USA are losing close to $ 500 billion on their employees’ tendency to embrace quiet quitting. These employees are leaving to take other jobs. Gallup cites retention losses by American businesses at over $1 trillion.
Quiet quitting and the state of unproductivity associated with it costs American businesses $ 500 billion every year.
The Great Resignation, quiet quitting, rage applying, and toxic workplace are HR themes that have been trending for job search since last year. The solution? Employee training as a critical component of professional development, not to mention the positive impact it can have on recruiting, retention, and productivity.