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Human Centered Work Experience

A Human-Centered Work Experience: A 4-Step Path to Success

A human-centered work experience recognizing their individual needs, well-being, and aspirations. By prioritizing the human element in the workplace, organizations can foster a more engaged, productive, and satisfied workforce, ultimately driving success.

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Supporting working parents

The Top 5 Strategies to Support Working Parents

In a competitive talent market, it is crucial for employers to prioritize the implementation of innovative solutions that support working parents. This will help attract and retain top talent, increase engagement, and lower costs. If you’re looking for ways to retain and support your talented parent and caregiver employees, here are some benefits you might consider: Read blog
Retain employees through concierge

How All Companies Can Retain Their Employees

In today’s fast-paced and demanding business world, many organizations struggle with high employee turnover rates. The constant churn of employees can disrupt workflows, impact productivity, and increase recruitment costs. However, businesses can proactively address this challenge by prioritizing employee wellbeing, creating a supportive workplace culture, promoting work-life balance, and offering opportunities for personal and professional development.

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Life sciences and HR challenges

Top 3 HR Challenges for Life Sciences Companies

The past few years has been tough on all employers, but life sciences companies have been particularly challenged. They face the same roadblocks as most employers: hybrid work environments, “quiet quitting”, and a slow economy.

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Life science challenges

How Important is Workplace Experience?

Striking the right balance between remote and in-office work is one of the top challenges facing companies today. Working from home has staying power despite some acknowledged downsides, such as feeling less connected to coworkers and company culture. Americans report the highest levels of well-being when they spend up to six hours a day on social interactions, according to Gallup.

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Technology employees need support during layoffs.

Addressing Tech Layoffs the Right Way

In January 2023 over 64,624 employees from 170 US tech companies were laid-off according to data tracked by At the 20 companies where the largest layoffs occurred, the median made up 7% of the workforce, reverberating in every corner of an organization.

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How concierge can help Work life balance

Simple Steps to Achieve Work-Life Balance for Employees

Many, if not most, modern employers are making attempts to provide a healthy work environment that promotes balance and well-being. These efforts need to be—and are—complimented by a changing societal attitude toward the elements of a well-balanced life.

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Employees enjoying their work experience.

How Employers Can Improve the Employee Experience

A customer’s experience with an organization can only be as good as the employees who serve them. In recent years, many employers have recognized the importance of employee experience and have started paying more attention to it. A positive employee experience can lead to increased job satisfaction, productivity, and retention, which ultimately benefits customers and the organization as a whole. [continue reading…]
two females, one consoling the other with hand on shoulder

Mental Health Issues Affecting Productivity in the Workplace

The steady increase of mental health issues worldwide has been well-documented, and its effects on the workforce are dramatic. Nearly one-fifth of U.S. workers report mental health that is only fair, or poor, and the negative impact on productivity is measurable. [continue reading…]
lawyer burnout

The Cascading Effects of Burnout in Legal Firms

Recent news has highlighted the issue of occupational stress, also known as burnout, in the legal industry from the perspective of either person experiencing it, or someone trying to prevent it. Often mentioned as well is the cost to the firm in terms of lost productivity or the expense of recruitment and training of replacements. What is often overlooked is the full organizational impact of increasing burnout rates.

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