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Michael C. Bush - February 14, 2018

A Message From Our CEO

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Great Place to Work - February 8, 2018

Nine Great Reasons to Attend the 2018 Great Place to Work For ALL Summit

You need just one reason to attend the 2018 Great Place to Work For All Summit. Here's nine.

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Lorena Martinez - January 30, 2018

One Tip to Fundamentally Improve as a Manager in 2018

Involving people in important decisions that impact them could be fuel your quantum leap in leadership this year.

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Kim Peters - December 5, 2017

Intuit’s Diverse Team: Different Perspectives, Same Great Experience at Work

Accounting software firm Intuit shows how building a vibrant, diverse culture of trust requires company-wide leadership.

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Kim Peters - November 28, 2017

Parents’ Biggest Workplace Concerns Might Not Be What You Expect

Research from the 2017 Best Workplaces for Parents found that employees raising children value their experience in the workplace as well as the pay, benefits, and programs that help them support their families.

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Kim Peters - November 7, 2017

Great Grocers: Some of the Best Workplaces are in Your Neighborhood

Our winning grocery and convenience stores show that an industry known for slim profit margins, multiple locations, and high employee turnover can still foster multiple best workplaces in retail.

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Kim Peters - October 31, 2017

Nor-Cal vs. So-Cal: When it Comes to Great Workplaces, Which Comes Out on Top?

The 2017 Best Workplaces in Southern California outperformed their rivals in New York, Chicago, and Texas. How do they stack up against Northern California competition?

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Lorena Martinez - October 30, 2017

The Raw Millennial Truth: Being a Manager Disappoints

As millennials move up the corporate ladder, their desire to stay in their organization decreases. Why is this happening?

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Cecilia Riva Mosquera - October 26, 2017

What Does It Take to Be the World’s Best?

Our 2017 World’s Best Workplaces prove that culture and strategy depend on one another, and great workplaces need to foster both to surpass the competition.

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Michael C. Bush - October 17, 2017

Avoiding Attrition: How Leading SMBs Retain Talent as They Grow

The way you make decisions and communicate with 100 people won't necessarily work with 1,000. Learn how leading employers retain their talent as they expand.

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Sharlyn Lauby - September 26, 2017

When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture

In today’s work environment, we are going to be faced with more situations where a manager transitions and doesn’t leave the company. Maybe they move to another department, division, or position. Maybe they retire and come back as a part-time consultant. Organizations should focus on 3 steps in the transition process to keep the company culture intact.

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Kim Peters - September 15, 2017

Great Workplace for Women? It’s Likely Great for Others, Too

As our team compiled the list of 2017 Best Workplaces for Women, we noticed something interesting: When women reported a consistently great experience, other groups were more likely to do so, as well.

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Dave Almeda - August 30, 2017

5 Tips to Improve Manager Effectiveness at Your Company

For better or for worse, people managers have the single biggest impact on an organization’s performance. To that end, we have a mantra at Kronos: Everyone deserves a great manager. But what makes an effective manager at your company? How can you identify great leaders? How can you replicate their behaviors to make everyone better?

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Sharlyn Lauby - August 23, 2017

Speed of Change is the C-Suite’s Biggest Concern

For years, the number one concern of CEOs has been recruiting and retaining talent. At this year’s Great Place to Work Conference, several CEOs said that the speed of change was keeping them up at night.

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Kim Peters - August 9, 2017

5 Tips to Make Better Workplaces for Millennials

Millennial turnover is three times higher than other generations. So what makes them stay? Based on 400,000 employee surveys, we've found 5 ways to better retain young talent.

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Great Place to Work - July 31, 2017

Infographic: 9 Reasons Workplace Culture Matters

Looking for the evidence to show focusing on employee experience is crucial to business success? This infographic illustrates 9 reasons better workplace culture means better business.

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Michael C. Bush - July 18, 2017

5 Ways the Best Workplaces Boost Work-Life Balance

Even in time-starved New York, the Best Workplaces find ways to make room for employees’ personal lives. Get ideas for improving work-life balance at your company too!

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Cheral Stewart - July 10, 2017

The Human Math Behind Your Company Culture

Does your workplace have a high-trust culture or a low-trust culture? Read on to see which workplace description matches your daily experience. Hint: if you're constantly stressed and exhausted, you're probably at a low-trust workplace.

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Kim Peters - June 29, 2017

Want to Recruit Millennials? Focus on Your Employer Brand

The Millennial generation is well-known for switching between jobs more frequently than past generations. It seems they’re always looking for a better fit. As a recent Gallup report puts it, “Millennials behaves as consumers of workplaces, shopping around for the jobs that best align with their needs and life goals.” For any company looking to recruit young talent, this means one thing – a strong employer brand is more important than ever.

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Kristen McCammon - June 23, 2017

Why Trust is the Solution to Compassion Fatigue for Healthcare Workers

Hospital staff have the unique opportunity to influence patients’ experience by providing an extra level of care and compassion. For many healthcare workers, this is exactly what makes their work meaningful and drives them to be better at their jobs every day. But it also comes with a price.