Statements like these have become much more frequent in recent years, propelled, to some extent, by a genuine desire to switch industries/occupations or seek out new professional challenges, but also by the many changes that have been sweeping the labor market in the wake of technological progress, the development of AI, and broader adoption of… Read More
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Some people have the amazing gift of saying important things in a way that hits the nail on the head, invites self-reflection, and encourages action. Maja Chabińska-Rossakowska can be listened to compulsively. Conversation with her is like an addictive audiobook, which I listen to while sitting in a comfortable armchair with a cup of hot tea in my hand. In the "HR on Wings" podcast, we talk about generational changes, attentiveness to employees, caring for the development of those who want and are able to learn, creating communities within the organization, and about leaders building bridges between employees. We're talking about the Great Resignation.
Moja przyjaciółka Ania, wysłała mi ostatnio kartę z pytaniem: „Za co możesz podziękować sobie?" To pytanie z puli z tych, których nigdy sobie nie zadaję. Nie wiedziałam jak na nie odpowiedzieć. Nie od razu. Niedługo potem, przypomniało mi się wystąpienie Snoop Doggy Doga (kto zna, ten zna), który odbierając gwiazdę na Bulwarze Hollywood, powiedział:
Despite promises made by the government, hybrid work has not yet been regulated by law. The situation is raising many legal doubts among employers, but also gives them a margin of freedom to establish internal regulations. Attorney Sławomir Paruch, Partner at PCS / Littler Global, answers my questions about returning to offices and the related controversy around wearing masks, vaccinations, as well as mobbing and discrimination that may also appear in the remote work model.
According to a study by Microsoft conducted among employees around the world, as many as 41% of them plan to quit their job or change their profession in the coming months. In the period from April to September this year, 20 million Americans have already done so.
How to make a business transformation happen, and at the same time not to lose the organizational culture built over the years, and even enrich it with ingredients necessary to build employees' belonging? These ingredients are diversity, equality and inclusion. Ingredients that are a remedy to increase retention in the company. They make you really want to work there. Today we will hear about how this was achieved at Philip Morris International from Anita Rogalska, People & Culture Director Poland & Baltics - a real change provocateur, who will share her experiences and the energy that she undoubtedly draws from her work.
An essential component of a good cybersecurity plan is an up-to-date, readily available cybersecurity policy. All employees, from entry-level to the C-suite, should understand the policy and be trained to recognize and avoid security risks.
Employee Performance Management, contrary to appearances, is not a topic based exclusively on numbers, settlements, and summaries. Not anymore. The new approach, used by organizations that are aware of incoming changes, is based on cooperation around goals, and above all on communication and feedback, which is provided on an ongoing and continuous basis.
As more consumers go online for information, entertainment, and e-commerce, social media can be a virtual lifeline between you and your customer,@providing ongoing personalized connections that engage and motivate. To seize upon this growth opportunity in today's digitally-driven world, your business must appear in their feeds. Learn more - link in bio.