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6 Lessons in Diversity and Inclusion from Employee-first Workplaces 2020

Posted by Amrita Kar on Feb 21, 2020 6:05:15 PM

In July 2019, Glassdoor’s Diversity and Inclusion Study (1) uncovered 49% or nearly half of the employees surveyed across US, UK, Germany, and France have experienced some form of negative bias be it:

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Topics: diversity and inclusion in the workplace, promoting diversity in the workplace, employee innovation, successful employee innovation programs, employee led innovation, hr strategic partners, successful employee engagement programs, employee engagement strategy plan, employee first culture, employee experience

5 Exemplary Companies with Employee-First Workplace Culture 2020

Posted by Amrita Kar on Feb 11, 2020 12:05:36 PM

10 years ago, Vineet Nayar, former CEO of one of the biggest IT service companies in the world, turned organizational hierarchy on its head with four simple words: Employee first, customers second

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Topics: positive workplace culture, inclusive workplace, employee engagement innovation, employee led innovation, employee engagement strategy, employee first culture, employee experience

4 Employee Experiences to Re-Measure in Your 2020 Moments that Matter Strategy

Posted by Amrita Kar on Jan 20, 2020 5:45:52 PM

Despite 92% HR across organizations1 seeing employee experience as even more critical to the business in 2021, an alarming majority of 71% of employees surveyed by Gartner2 state they feel otherwise. 

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Topics: disengagement, culture, employee engagement, Amber in HR, AI in HR, Smarter with Gartner, diverse and inclusive workplace, mindful leader, employee led innovation, hr strategic partners, employee engagement strategy plan, employee first culture, employee experience, moments that matter

8 Ways To Encourage Employee Innovation & Generate $250 Million In 1 year

Posted by Akshay Khetrapal on Jan 13, 2020 12:55:00 PM

Some time ago, Heinz had decided to take the talent and employee innovation displayed by its workforce seriously as it really was the most unused asset in any company. The improvements suggested was worth $250 million a year. Immersed in strategies and innovation we forget to ask ourselves a very basic question...

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Topics: technology, analytics, leadership, growth, Future of Work, employee eengagement, employee innovation, employee engagement innovation, successful employee innovation programs, employee led innovation