The posts in this category cover subjects HR managers and specialists might find useful or at least interesting.


What is quiet quitting and should companies be worried about it?


While “quiet quitting” first appeared on TikTok, this has become a widespread phenomenon in how a significant part of the workforce thinks and feels about doing their jobs. But is it a trend that’s here to stay? Should companies be worried about it? Let’s find out:


Can the hybrid workforce avoid working in silos?


The hybrid workforce does have a chance of falling into the silo mentality. However, working in silos can be avoided. It takes patience, ongoing effort to improve collaboration, and the right technology, but it will pay off in the long run. Let’s explore what leaders and HR professionals can do:


What is preboarding and why do companies need it?


Employee shortage is a real issue and the costs of early turnover are already very high. Preboarding is an excellent way to get some administrative tasks out of the way and set the scene for a successful onboarding experience. Most importantly, it’s about convincing new hires that they’ve made the right decision in choosing your company!


8 Top tips for teaching remote employees how to give feedback to peers


Constructive feedback is vital for a team and a company’s overall well-being. This is even more important in a remote work environment where it’s harder to foster communication within the company. Here are our top eight tips for teaching remote employees how to give feedback to peers.


3 Ideas for implementing hybrid coaching in corporate environments


How do we offer coaching tailored to drive success among a hybrid workforce? How can we ensure coaching quality when some employees are remote, some are in-office or both? CYPHER LEARNING CEO, Graham Glass, answers your questions and discusses the best practices for hybrid coaching.

Top 4 HR and L&D trends to watch out for in 2022

Top 4 HR and L&D trends to watch out for in 2022


While we know that post-pandemic professional training will be different, pinpointing exactly how things will evolve requires some level of pattern recognition. Below are four HR and L&D trends that will be gaining traction in the near future, based on important patterns and trends:

What does tomorrow's workforce want from the “New Normal”?

What does tomorrow’s workforce want from the “New Normal”?


Talent development and recognition programs should still be a top priority, but there’s also a need for practices that anticipate what employees want. So, let’s explore the Work 2035 project survey and determine what tomorrow’s workforce expects from the “New Normal.”