“Vaping” is on the rise, with 10.8 million U.S. adults using e-cigarettes; usage is highest among adults ages 18-24. Vaping devices often are small and discreet, which has helped them make their way into workplaces mostly undetected.
Some employees may …Read More
As humans, we naturally look for belonging, places where we feel included and valued for our contributions. It’s an innate need that’s necessary for fulfillment and can have alarming consequences when ignored. Put in the context of work, how long …Read More
What if your people were your competitive advantage? In this episode of People at Work, Lars Kure Juul helps us imagine what this might look like. It starts by viewing people in an organization differently and creating meaning and connection
Unconscious bias plays a large role in the hiring process, but with the HR tech revolution in full swing, recruiters are finally armed with the tools they need to one day eliminate bias from the process.
But what about the …Read More
With one more month of summer left, there is plenty of time to pick up a good book! The gothamCulture team recommends these 8 books to inspire your workplace culture and leadership development.
The Culture Code: Daniel Coyle explores …Read More
Diversity and inclusion, or D&I, have been hot topics in the business community over the past few years. You’ve probably heard these topics discussed in meetings, sought out a company that focuses on incorporating D&I initiatives into its culture, or …Read More
Even if your team is made up solely of supremely talented individuals, there are always a few employees who stand out from the rest of the pack. According to the Harvard Business Review, these high-potential employees account for an …Read More
Unfortunately, you simply can’t ask each employee whether they’re engaged during your routine 1:1 …Read More