March Issue of HR Leaders Monthly: 6 Articles | Gartner

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This 38-page March 2022 issue of Gartner’s HR Leaders Monthly Magazine includes six articles on various work, workplace, and workforce topics. They range from employees’ perceptions and expectations for hybrid work, how the pandemic and the transition to hybrid have affected women, and three pandemic lessons for building a better recruiting function. Two articles focus on performance management (PM), one of which …

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What’s the Optimal Workplace for Your Organization? | Harvard Business Review

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Many employers continue to decide whether in-person, hybrid, or remote work options will work best for their organizations. What makes these decisions difficult are the myriad factors to consider, such as what workers prefer and what organizations feel they need to drive performance. This article provides firms with a framework for identifying which of four work …

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6 Articles From Gartner’s February 2022 HR Leaders Monthly | Gartner

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This February issue of Gartner’s HR Leaders Monthly includes six articles on a range of critical talent and workplace topics. The articles are 1) 3 Steps Regional and Business Unit HR Heads Must Take to Advance to CHRO, 2) 3 Steps to Improve Leadership Bench Strength Amid Disruption, 3) Risks and Opportunities for D&I Leaders in 2022, 4) CHROs Also Need a More Human Deal …

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Leveling the Playing Field in the Hybrid Workplace | Future Forum by Slack

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As hybrid and remote work continues to be a preferred flexible work arrangement for many knowledge workers, organizations seek to understand the long-term implications of these arrangements. This Future Forum Pulse survey by Slack surveyed 10,737 knowledge workers across sectors in the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. to understand aspects of hybrid …

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The Overlooked Weapon in the War for Talent | Heidrick & Struggles

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Many workers want flexibility in where, when, and how they work. This shift has led firms to adopt flexible work arrangements, such as hybrid and remote work. And while these work arrangements bring benefits to those whose jobs lend themselves to these forms of flexibility, there is also concern that hybrid and remote work can …

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Predicting Employee Telecommuting Preferences and Job Outcomes Amid COVID-19 Pandemic | Current Psychology

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While a segment of practitioners doesn’t prefer the writing style and format of academic journal articles, it is important to use available empirical studies to guide workplace strategies and practices. And with remote and hybrid work continuing to receive much attention, this article provides empirical research on the topic. This study investigated how various motivational (i.e., autonomy …

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Remote, Office, or Hybrid? Employee Preferences for Post-Pandemic Work Arrangements | The Conference Board of Canada

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This newly released 39-page paper reveals employee preferences for office, remote, or hybrid work in a post-pandemic environment and shares factors influencing those preferences. It found that employee preferences vary widely along the virtual–office work continuum. The continuum is based on the number of days workers prefer to work from home, ranging from 0 to 5. On the …

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Rebuilding Culture for Flexible Working: How HubSpot is Creating True Equality Across Locations | HRD Connect

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As work models become more virtual, hybrid, and remote, firms are determining how to enable equal opportunities for all employees, whether they’re working at home or in the office. One area driving this concern is proximity bias (PB), an incorrect assumption that workers in close physical proximity to their team and company leaders will be perceived as …

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Glassdoor Workplace Trends for 2022 | Glassdoor Economic Research

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This Glassdoor report highlights four workplace trends to be amplified in 2022. They include 1) Hiring won’t be easy in 2022. 2) Remote work will boost access to top talent but at a higher price point. 3) Employers will prioritize DE&I action and accountability. 4) Workplace community will expand beyond company walls. Regarding 1 (hiring won’t be easy), I believe this insight presents even more …

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Developing a Geographic Pay Philosophy: A Tool for Building a Resilient Workforce | BDO USA

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With remote work becoming more common, organizations are increasingly determining how geography might affect the compensation of remote workers. I mentioned in a previous post how firms have taken different stances on this topic: while Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Google will base pay on geographic location, smaller companies, including Reddit and Zillow, have shifted to location-agnostic pay models. Zillow’s CHRO, Dan Spaulding, wrote “when …

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