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What We’re Reading This Week:
Starting a New Job? Questions to Ask Your New Coworkers — “Culture fit” might be one of those intangible, “know it when you see it” things, for hiring managers and new hires alike. This list of questions from Fast Company gives some pointers for job seekers and new employees when just get started in a new role to help understand the company’s culture, the roles of coworkers, and the way work gets done in a new team.
How Leading Companies Build the Workforces They Need to Stay Ahead — Staying ahead of trends in automation, flexible and remote work, and other trends coming with the “future of work,” discover how top performing organizations plan their workforces for any challenge in Harvard Business Review.
Alexa, Compliment Me: Recognition from Robots — Amazon’s Alexa will give you a confidence boost now with “compliment me” skills for the Echo speaker line. In this article, we talk about why compliments aren’t recognition and why automating recognition falls short of the validation and appreciation employees need to feel valued and seen.
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ICYMI: How Does Your Employee Engagement Program Stack Up? — Find out how your organization measures up against industry benchmarks on employee engagement with the all-new Engagement Potential Index (EPI).
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