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Equitable HR Practices Expert Sarah Morgan Joins The Workforce Institute at UKG Board of Advisors

LOWELL, Mass., and WESTON, Fla. | The Workforce Institute at UKG, a think tank that helps organizations drive performance by addressing human capital management (HCM) issues while also providing an important voice for employees, including frontline and hourly workers, today announced that Sarah Morgan — an HR executive with more than 20 years of experience, with a focus on helping organizations build more inclusive and equitable cultures — has joined its distinguished board of advisors.
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Gen Z Feels Ignored by Their Managers

Employee Benefit News | More than three quarters of Gen Z employees feel they’re being ignored by their manager, according to a study by UKG Workforce Institute, a workplace education think tank. Just 16% feel they can express their opinions to leaders in their organization and 42% fear there will be negative consequences for doing so.
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How to Make Employees Feel Heard

HR Dive | In May, workplace think tank The Workforce Institute at UKG conducted a survey of employees in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and India on the topic of not being heard at work. While the overall results were promising — 81% of respondents feel heard in their workplace — Chris Mullen, executive director of The Workforce Institute at UKG, shared some of the insights he and his team gained from the findings.
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The Post-Pandemic Workplace Empowers Some, Not All

TechTarget | Employers may not be doing enough to listen to employees, according to an 11-country study of 4,000 workers by the Workforce Institute at UKG and Workplace Intelligence. Released in June, the study found that 63% of employees "feel their voice has been ignored in some way by their manager or employer," a situation that can foster turnover.
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How to Keep Working Through a Pandemic and a Natural Disaster

SHRM | A natural disaster can wreak havoc in employees' work and personal lives. In light of that, Cecile Alper-Leroux, vice president of product and innovation at HR software provider UKG, suggests that managers regularly check in with their team members amid a disaster, whether that's through one-on-one meetings, employee surveys or other means.
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