The Great Resignation is underway, but with the right approach to understanding staff needs and addressing key concerns, it's possible to minimize the impact of changing workplace expectations.
In this piece, Amy Leschke-Kahle discusses the importance of collaboration between employees, which can improve engagement through a cohesive company culture that prioritizes frequent connections, encourages feedback and provides everyone easy access to information.
In this article, Amy Leschke-Kahle gives her unique perspective on how work is changing and what it means to be a leader in the next phase of work.
Learn why personal pronoun identity is an issue of growing importance in diversity and inclusion efforts, and consider these six best practices as you help direct your organization in this area.
"The corporate sector has to find a way to entice women back into the workforce and make the transition as easy as possible. They can't expect women workers to flip a switch and get right back into it, especially if their kids aren't yet in school." - Nela Richardson, Chief Economist at ADP
by Spark Team Special thanks to ADP Marketplace partner, VidCruiter, for this article In light of reduced in-person interactions and travel restrictions resulting from COVID-19, video interviewing has become a popular hiring strategy. Its use by...
Understanding intersectionality and the experiences of employees who belong to more than one marginalized social group is critical to achieving success in diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Embracing the future of work means creating an employee skill set matrix that combines workforce development and workplace demands.
Diversity in business can bring underrepresented thoughts and experiences to the table, inspiring increased creativity and innovation within teams.
Disruption in HR is today's reality. The HR office isn't a spaceship demanding teamwork for survival, but the popular video game Among Us offers collaboration tips that can help HR teams thrive during times of disruption.