10 Meaningful Ways to Celebrate Work Anniversaries + A Case Study

A work anniversary is a significant milestone and like we’ve written about before, it’s super important to celebrate them the right way. Because when we talk about celebrating work anniversaries, we’re talking about more than just a number!


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People at Work, Ep. 9: Mark Britz on a New Era of Learning and Development

Are you stuck in the Industrial Era with your learning and development practices? Do you think this is something best managed by a department within your organization? According to Mark Britz, a leading learning strategist, both are frustratingly common. However,

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The Key to Achieving a Healthy Work-life Balance

Even if you’re unfamiliar with the term work-life balance, you know intuitively what it means. It’s the balance between your work⁠—commuting, projects, meetings, watercooler talk, your boss, stress⁠—and the rest of your life⁠—chores, appointments, playing with the kids, coffee

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#WorkTrends: Ask These Questions to Change the Employee Experience

It seems kind of crazy that “employee experience” has only now become a buzzword in our industry. I mean, don’t we all want to work in the best environment possible?

But even if it’s taken a while to make it …

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How to Be the Team Leader You Wish You Had Starting Out

Not all people who hold management and leadership positions deserve their roles.

Most of us have had a bad manager, and in most cases, those bad managers weren’t actually aiming for mediocrity or worse. Most likely, they didn’t have the

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Why – And How – Marketers Make The Employee Experience

What is Employee Experience?

Satisfied, engaged employees are more productive. Plus, losing an employee can cost a company up to 2 times their annual salary, so any company that cares about ROI should care about employee retention and the …

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4 Ways HR Leaders Can Establish a Reputation as a Service Leader

Your reputation is everything as an HR leader, and it’s composed of a variety of inputs from your colleagues, clients and partners. These inputs include elements such as the quality of your work, timeliness to meetings and your ability to …

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The Top 50 Compliments for Coworkers

Woman complimenting coworker

In performance reviews, words of appreciation for employees consistently impacts the happiness of an organization and employee productivity.

According to a CareerBuilder survey, 50% of employees indicated they believed turnover would decrease if managers simply recognized their efforts more frequently.…

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#WorkTrends: How Video Can Make Hiring More Human

Video may have killed the radio star, but it’s doing the exact opposite for the recruitment process — it’s making it stronger and more dynamic.

We’re seeing the rise of video in all aspects of recruiting, from branding and marketing …

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How to Give and Receive Feedback to Make the Best Impact

We all know how much employees value positive feedback about and recognition for their work. But the same can’t be said about constructive feedback. Why do we fear these much-needed conversations, and why don’t we give them the priority they

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