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What is Shared Value at Work?

When done right, creating shared value (CSV) at an organization can improve both society and a company’s bottom line.
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What is the Employee Continuum of Needs?

The Employee Continuum of Needs is key to workplace success in 2023. Learn how understanding the six stages improves engagement, retention, and mental health.
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UKG Survey Findings: How to Fix Work and Engage Employees

A UKG study shows that employees are disengaged and disillusioned with their jobs. But there’s hope: Here’s how we can fix work and re-engage employees today.
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UKG Aspire: Why a People-Centric Customer Experience is Key

From UKG Aspire, it’s clear that a people-centric customer experience is critical to build lasting partnerships. Here are three ways to put the customer first in 2023.
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UKG Aspire: 8 Leaders Reflect on the Future of Work

Workplace leaders share how effective managers, improved employee wellbeing, and a people-first approach are essential for organizational success in 2023.
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Is Empathy The Next Great Workplace Revolution?

As organizations strive to build purpose-driven workplaces, what lessons can we learn from past revolutions to help us embrace a new way of thinking about work?
Life-Work Trends

Inflation and the Economy: How to Navigate Uncertain Times

What steps can businesses and individuals take today to prepare themselves for economic uncertainty?
Life-Work Trends

From Foraging to Modern Technology: The Evolution of Life and Work

There’s a fascinating history to this thing called work. Explore the life-work journey and why it’s time to reconsider how we work.
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How to Keep Employees Connected in a Global and Hybrid World

The days of building relationships solely around the watercooler are long gone. Tap into three practical tools to keep employees engaged in a hybrid work environment.
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Who are Gray-Collar Workers?

Explore the crucial (and growing) workforce you haven’t heard of yet—the gray-collar worker.