Everyone! And it starts with leadership. One conversation can lead to culture change. In this 3-part series SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., does just that, by leading workplace culture conversations with other industry-leading CEOs.
In 2019 SHRM’s Benefits Survey rated health care as the most important organizational offering to the workforce
There are more than 7 million jobs available right now and only 6 million unemployed people to fill them.
Nearly 2 out of 3 workers 45 and older have seen or experienced workplace discrimination.
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Although many organizations realize that their workers are aging, few have taken steps to prepare adequately for issues associated with older workers remaining on the job, leaving, or seeking new employment.
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The first step to positive workplace change is a simple conversation. Want to create an engaging workplace? Need some conversation starters? Ready to define your company culture? We have the expert advice you need.