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According to a report by the engagement Institute, employee disengagement costs U.S. companies up to $550 billion annually. This cost comes from many things that companies cannot afford: absenteeism, lowered productivity, and burnout, just to name a few.
For a long time, hr views employees as expendable cogs in the organizations to be calculated and managed for efficiency. For people operations, it’s about designing work so that employees want to be there.
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People Operations is not a subset of human resources, but rather, an all-encompassing department that accounts for human resources as well. The reality is that companies also need mechanical processes to stay legally compliant. Breathing life is what makes following those processes a lot...
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Provide digital self-assessment tools and the types of personal exploration exercises that facilitate reflection.
These mechanisms can help employees identify personal sources of fulfillment to make work more meaningful.
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Gartner analysis shows that 46% of the workforce is projected to be working hybrid in the near future for midsize companies. Employees will have more choices about where, when, and how much they work.
In the past, managers used to be selected and promoted if they were able to manag...
Automation has a huge potential to change the nature of work, freeing up workers from tedious, repetitive, and precision work. Automation is a transformational change for owners, employees and customers, along with the society at large.
A McKinsey study estimates that around 50 percent ...
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