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Coworking Spaces Can Help Prevent Employee Loneliness, Isolation

Coworking Spaces Can Help Prevent Employee Loneliness, Isolation

​Research shows that loneliness is a growing problem for working Americans, and the seismic shift toward working from home may be making the problem worse. The solution for many of these employees is not a return to the office—they tend to relish the flexibility of remote work—but rather working from socially fulfilling spaces outside the

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4 Types of Employee Complaints—and How to Respond

4 Types of Employee Complaints—and How to Respond

​Editor’s Note: SHRM has partnered with Harvard Business Review to bring you relevant articles on key HR topics and strategies. Do you have a chronic complainer on your team? Most of us have worked with someone who can find something negative in every situation and loves to discover others who will commiserate with them. (As the saying goes,

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Three ways ethical leadership can promote culture change

In the 21st century, when the subject of leadership is broached, there is an instant association with equality and diversity, inclusion, wellbeing, mental health and employee welfare. One thing that we seem to hear less about is ethics and morality.  Of course, you could argue that the aforementioned list is a series of ethics, yet

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Fitting Hybrid Work Policy to Company Culture

Fitting Hybrid Work Policy to Company Culture

​The hybrid work schedule, created out of necessity during the pandemic, has become a critical attraction and retention tool for many organizations feeling the labor crunch. “It’s how we work now,” said Stacey Berk, founder and managing consultant at Expand HR Consulting in Rockville, Md. Despite return-to-office announcements from some big-name companies, many employers are

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Are Employers Required to Accommodate Employees with Disabilities?

Are Employers Required to Accommodate Employees with Disabilities?

​About 18.6 million workers in the U.S. have a disability, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. And only 21 percent of people ages 16 and older with disabilities are employed or are actively looking for work. Zac Bradley is a disability rights advocate who serves as a vocational specialist with The Shepherd Center, a

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How to Support Middle Managers in a Hybrid Workplace

How to Support Middle Managers in a Hybrid Workplace

​As organizations continue to evolve their hybrid workplace strategies, the plight of middle managers is starting to come into clearer focus. “Middle management has always been a challenge, even without layering in the complexities of hybrid work. They are navigating and leading in the ‘messy middle’ where they have to advocate for senior leaders while

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Performance Reviews: Be Conscious of Proximity Bias

Performance Reviews: Be Conscious of Proximity Bias

​Performance reviews may not be the hap-hap-happiest part of the job, but they’re inevitable as the year draws to a close. Experts weighed in with advice for managers who will be giving the reviews and suggestions on how organizations can better prepare managers for that task.  Beware of Proximity Bias  Managers should be conscious of

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Viewpoint: How to Attract Top Tech Talent

Viewpoint: How to Attract Top Tech Talent

Companies are having a tough time finding, hiring and keeping the top technical talent they need to keep their businesses running and growing. Employers used to think that appropriate pay was enough, but that’s changed: To attract and keep talented people, companies need to understand how their priorities have shifted — and be able to

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