21 March 2023
There has been a lot of discussion recently around ChatGPT and how it affects HR and the workplace. So, as an experiment I tried it. I asked ChatGPT to write me 500 words on the effect of ChatGPT on HR. This is the unedited response it generated:
7 March 2023
A recent article on Safeguardglobal.com shared some quotes from leaders on their thoughts about the future of work. With our upcoming Future of Work panel discussion at the HR Conference on March 16th, I thought I would share some of the quotes shared in the article as well as some from our panelists.
21 February 2023
Can we train our brains to think smarter? According to Bill Gates, yes.
Just like we must exercise our heart and other muscles to keep them in shape, we must also exercise our brain. According to Gates, it takes more than the occasional Wordle or Cross Word Puzzle.
7 February 2023
Part of a healthy culture includes having some fun with the people you work with. ASE runs on a slim team who works hard, but we also play hard – lending itself to a healthy, thriving culture.
24 January 2023
Workplace culture is like a plant – it needs watering and nurturing to grow. It isn’t stagnant – it is ever changing. Many people talk and write about maintaining a healthy work culture, but in actuality we should be helping it to grow and change.
10 January 2023
We’ve all had to conduct small talk from time to time…casual conversations that revolve around unimportant matters. But what if instead, we had smart conversations that led to building better relationships?
20 December 2022
Opponents of remote work often cite lack of engagement and reduced productivity as reasons why they prefer employees in the office. While work habits have changed since the influx of remote work in 2020, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s changed for the worse.
6 December 2022
Did you know there are two different types of optimism? Conditional optimism is when you are optimistic and also take control of aspects of your life that can affect the outcome. Complacent is when you are optimistic but wait for good things to happen. Which one are you?
22 November 2022
The COVID pandemic has caused a lot of change. The workplace continues to change as a result of remote work triggered greatly by the pandemic and employee expectations changed with it. As employers and leaders, we’ve had to embrace these changes in order to keep up. I have always found that the effect change has is greatly dependent on your attitude towards it.
8 November 2022
Over the past few years, the workforce and workplace have dramatically changed. In order to be successful, organizations must be future ready and have strategies in place to help their talent – both tenured and new – thrive.Over the past few years, the workforce and workplace has dramatically changed. In order to be successful, organizations must be future ready and have strategies in place to help their talent – both tenured and new – thrive.
25 October 2022
I recently read a statistic that I found shocking – 45% of voluntary turnover is from employees who have been at a company less than a year. Another 20% leave after one to three years. Organizations experiencing this type of turnover have a difficult time engaging and connecting with employees.
11 October 2022
Stoicism is considered one of the first life philosophies. It is described as “the endurance of pain or hardship without the display of feelings and without complaint.” In addition, Stoics believe that we are all equal regardless of wealth, status, power, or possession.
27 September 2022
A few years back the trend in HR was to bring your whole self to work. We promoted being psychologically safe at work and not hiding our true selves. While there is still some validity to this notion, the new emerging trend as many of us return to the office, is to leave part of ourselves at home and only bring our best, professional self to work.
13 September 2022
In recent issues of EPTW we’ve covered quiet quitting and quiet firing, and now I’m hearing about the newest recruitment trend – quiet hiring.
30 August 2022
Recently a CEO’s post on LinkedIn stirred up a bit of controversary over calling one’s work a family. The post by Daniel Abrahams read, “Stop calling your company a ‘family.’ Parents don’t fire their children for poor performance or lay them off to cut household costs when they’re struggling to put food on the table.”