Gratitude, mindfulness and empowerment. Not words usually associated with hard-charging, data-driven organizations—until recently. Increasingly, academic research is proving that employee well-being benefits company culture, employee retention and productivity, and the call to integrate these principles into everyday operations is entering the mainstream. Three USC Marshall researchers including CEO’s Jennifer Deal discuss details of their latest research into this topic.
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Research and Insights from the Center for Effective Organizations
Material from this post originally appeared in a press release from the Association of ERGs and Councils The 2020 Diversity Impact Award Winners have been announced! The Association of ERGs & Councils (a practice group of PRISM International, Inc. and Talent...
The latest edition of the Leadership Pulse™ survey of 200 leaders from firms around the world suggests clear links between executives who optimize their energy, leadership support for diversity, and how teams view their organizations’ diversity initiatives.
Collision and Reflecting: Why Employee Resource Groups Make Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Work
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) is a hot topic today. It was always important, but now it’s ‘hot’ – that means people are paying attention to it like never before. Senior executives are looking to diversify their teams and boards while D&I professionals are striving to find the best way to engage employees, educate them and […]
At most companies, the competition for career success is systemically skewed in favor of men. Here’s how to change that.
Edward E. Lawler III (CEO) discusses how the U.S. auto industry and the UAW union have begun negotiating their new collective bargaining agreements.
Pay compression occurs when employees with more seniority receive pay rates nearly equal to newer employees. Based upon equity theory, Amy B. Henley (University of Texas), George S. Benson (University of Texas), and Gary C. McMahan (University of Texas) hypothesize that pay compression will influence employee perceptions of pay equity.
A key part of treating people right is the establishment of a mutually beneficial employment relationship or contract. What a contract should contain, and how it can be turned into an employer brand is the focus of this article by Edward E. Lawler III (CEO).
Edward Lawler argues that in today’s organizations it is impossible to separate the performance and well being of organizations from the performance and well being of their members.
Treat People Right!: How Organizations and Individuals Can Propel Each Other Into a Virtuous Spiral of Success
Let one of the nation’s most renowned management experts show you how to make your organization truly great by putting its people first. In Treat People Right!, Edward Lawler explains how companies can move beyond the usual acknowledgment that human capital is their greatest asset to actually making it so.
A compiled set of opinion editorials by Edward E. Lawler III and Warren Bennis is presented.