We compiled more than 100 culture-building activitiesLaSalle Network hosted throughout the course of the pandemicthat helped employees maintain connection and engagement virtually. With activities ranging from virtual parties, fitness and cooking classes, to competitions and philanthropic initiatives, we're sharing ample culture-building ideas for your teams for 2021.Read more here.
Employee mental health is closely tied to productivity and engagement, meaning the56% decline of employees’ mental health in 2020 candirectly impact a business’ bottom line. Here's how to pursue a renewed focus on mental well-being for your employees.
Since the start of the pandemic, employees have been going 100MPH to help their companies stay in business. For many, this has been a stretch of long hours, and few, if any, days off. While some employees may thrive under pressure, many may be exhausted and on the verge of burnout. Read here for more on how to spot and stop employee burnout.
Last year, before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, LaSalle Network published a report on 2020 hiring trends and challenges based on responses from a survey to leaders of finance, operations and human resources. The No. 1 hiring challenge reported at the time was finding skilled candidates. Now, with a record number of people at every level and in nearly every capacity currently unemployed, there is ample skilled talent available. Read here on how investing in key hires is among the most strategic ways to gain human capital and take market share in a down economy.
After drastic labor cuts in 2020, employees kept on the payroll have been called on to step up in ways many haven't before to keep their company viable. This hustle and dedication resemble the activity of a high-performance culture, which if sustained, leads to improved long-term results.However, sustaining this productivity virtually adds another layer of complexity. Read on for 10 tips for maximizing your high-performing culture from afar.
A strong leader leads through times of uncertainty with vulnerability, sensitivity and strategic thinking. Read on for answers to four of the top questions asked by leaders on how to manage staff virtually through a pandemic.
The lack of in-office perks has stripped company cultures to become dependent on cultivating true connection, and the enticing culture of catered lunches, kegs and pool tables is no longer a differentiator.Company culture will instead become a culmination of the vulnerability and intentionality that both leadership and staff are willing to give. Read more on how company culture will change for good.
In the midst of a global health crisis, employees are looking to leadership for support and guidance now more than ever before, and among the top ways employers can provide support right now is through benefits. Bill Gimbel, president ofLaSalle Benefits, shares four benefits employers should be presenting to employees now. Read on for more.
These 10resources have helped leaders navigate the many challenges 2020 brought, but our most valuable resource is our team of recruiters. If you’re hiring, let us help! Get connected here.
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