UKG Blog

You spend your time supporting people and their professional success. We’re the people who support you. The UKG Blog is home base for HR leaders, people managers, and workplace visionaries in search of answers and inspiration. From topical content regarding workforce challenges and solutions to real-life stories from our offices to yours, we’re here to help you achieve your goal of making work a better place for everyone.
  • May 13, 2022

    Rethinking Employee Discipline: How to Work With Problem People

    We’ve all worked with difficult employees. Rather than setting someone up to be fired, try these strategies to turn a problem employee into a valuable team member.
  • May 16, 2022

    Sobriety at Work: Why Employers Should Address Substance Abuse

    Substance use and abuse costs businesses $81 billion a year. Here’s what you need to know and how to address it in your workplace.
  • May 12, 2022

    5 Strategies To Retain — and Rehire — Top Talent

    A new UKG study shows that nearly half of employees wish they’d never quit their last job. Here are five takeaways for managers to retain top performers.
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