Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In” has been debated fiercely in women’s circles. But the tragic loss of her husband touches on the fact that, like so many, the author is first and foremost a working mom.
Research shows that employee well-being has a profound effect on organizational performance. Equally important, it’s also the key to attracting Millennials.
It’s said it can take 10 positive customer-service experiences to make up for one bad one. A better bet? Create a company culture that ensures great customer-service experiences every day of the week.
Working and parenting often create a tug-of-war on an employee’s psyche. But one new mother finds that getting inspired by learning opportunities is a key to solving the conflicts and staying engaged.
Millennials are now the biggest segment of your workforce. Elisa Vincent talks how to communicate with them, and what messaging will resonate to achieve their long-term buy-in the company’s success.
What happens when a former college admissions officer helps her stepson apply to college? She gets a firsthand course in how a child’s college pursuit can distract parents, and how educational guidance can help.
The challenges of finding appropriate child care — the “trilemma” for working parents — are becoming increasingly stressful. Rather than distracted parents and frustrated coworkers, consider an employer-sponsored child care solution.
Positive work cultures don’t happen by accident. But you can’t decree them either. As Bright Horizons CEO Dave Lissy and CHRO Dan Henry told the Great Place to Work audience, the secret is a “People-Focused Partnership Driving Sustained Success.”
From its earliest days, Bright Horizons has had a robust child care curriculum. Knowing its curriculum would be only as good as the teachers providing it, Bright Horizons blazed a trail in effective approaches to teacher training — and it’s had positive effects on retention and culture.
Last week marked the annual meeting of the American Organization of Nursing Executives conference. Insights from the conference included current challenges for nurses and hospitals, and how employers can help.