First-generation professionals are defined as people who have moved from a working-class background to a white-collar career. Learn steps to remove class bias from the workplace and instead provide equal footing to first-generation professionals.
Knowing how to give great feedback is key to building a strong team and a strong organization: one where employees feel valued and engaged. By being intentional, direct, and honest, you create a healthy work environment where everyone knows they are encouraged and expected to grow.
It’s important that organizations invest in optimizing their first touchpoints with job seekers. Or, they risk losing out on great talent. Here’s how to ensure your organization is making the best possible first impression and attracting great talent, even in the most competitive talent markets.
As companies strive to be more inclusive, it’s common for managers to wonder about the best way to give employee feedback. In this example video, learn about best practices for providing inclusive feedback to colleagues and employees.