I have said before that I think the biggest reason that customers and “regular” people don’t straight up demand businesses get better at security and privacy is that they don’t really understand it. This is closely followed by the fact that “regular people” aren’t necessarily damaged by these data leaks or anything else all that…
The article below does a really deep dive into what is available, and where we are lacking, when it comes to mental health support for employees. I think this really sums it up though: “Stigma, access and funding were the biggest hurdles to expanding mental health care, Swayze said. While studies show millennials were more…
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This week, Microsoft announced some new features coming for Teams, including some specifically designed to help employees maintain some stress management and avoid burnout. Things like a virtual commute, and a partnership with Headspace for meditations.
Which is interesting for a business collaboration tool, right?
This first paragraph is sad. How do you call yourself a manager of people and leave them feeling like this? “Let’s face it, noticing changes in employees can be hard, especially with so many people working remotely. And that’s leading many of our workers to believe their companies don’t really care about their well-being. In…
These surveys just keep getting worse and worse. These types of things are going to create a massive hole in the labor force, and destroy our ability to create a diverse work environment. Since the pandemic started, almost half of working parents (40 percent) have had to put the breaks on their career, either voluntarily…