Category Archives: Employee Engagement

Evolving the benefit mindset: Using inclusion and diversity programs to attract and sustain human capital (Part 3 in series)

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Think you have the perfect formula for attracting, retaining and engaging a diverse and inclusive workforce? If you said yes, I’m likely to disagree. You may have a focus on pay equity, performance management and employee resource groups (or ERGs). … Continue reading →

Evolving the benefit mindset: Aligning benefits with organizational purpose (Part 2 in series)

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With today’s unprecedented rate of change, low unemployment and continuous disruption, employees are looking for differentiated work experiences that offer personalization and choice, as well as stability. As organizations evolve their mindsets to this new way of thinking, they have … Continue reading →

Evolving the benefit mindset: Responding to the pace of change (Part 1 in series)

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Louis Pasteur famously observed that “fortune favors the prepared mind.” This seems particularly appropriate as we reflect on the pace of change in business and the challenge of designing and delivering a competitive and differentiated employer-sponsored benefits portfolio. Today, HR … Continue reading →

How to create a consumer-grade Total Rewards experience for your employees

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At home, we expect digital experiences to be simple, easy and convenient – accessible at virtually any time across a range of devices. We also expect them to be personalized, with engaging content, and goods and services tailored to fit … Continue reading →

The asset manager’s guide to assessing and evolving culture

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Many people hear the word culture and shrug – it’s a vague term explained by equally ambiguous words such as “philosophy,’’ ‘’ethos,’’ ‘’values” and “DNA.” As an investment manager focused on the concrete – portfolio returns, peer performance, due diligence, … Continue reading →

Does your HR portal provide your employees with a 5-star experience?

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When you travel, you want an enjoyable experience where you stay. And when you find a place you like (or don’t), it’s not uncommon to tell people about it on sites like TripAdvisor or Yelp. When you think about it, … Continue reading →

How the construction industry is increasing inclusion and diversity: 3 key steps

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When considering inclusion and diversity on an industry level, some lessons can be gleaned from the construction sector. We’re seeing a number of workforce challenges being addressed through inclusion and diversity — from the industry’s talent shortage due to an aging … Continue reading →

3 key considerations for HR leaders when it comes to machine learning

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If you’ve been following the news about technology trends in the workplace, you’re probably aware of how artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally change the way we work. As a result, you might be thinking about how it can be leveraged … Continue reading →

Four key takeaways from the 2018 HR Tech Conference

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Technology continues to revolutionize the way we access information and work. New tools are not only making HR more efficient, but also more effective. And they can significantly impact the way we hire, retain and engage employees. And they’re not … Continue reading →

5 keys to modernizing employee benefits (Part 5 in a series)

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As we’ve been discussing throughout this series, several external drivers – from the changing nature of work and the workforce to digital disruption to employee expectations for transparency – necessitate a renewed focus on Total Rewards. In Part 3 of this … Continue reading →