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Engaging employees and talent strategically is crucial in today’s competitive job market. To engage employees and talent strategically, you need to take care of your employees’ mental health, create a culture of open communication, and reimagine how you market your positions. 

With these strategies, you can build a workforce that is engaged, motivated, and committed to the success of your

In today’s competitive business world, having a strong company culture has become essential for the success of any organization. A company culture encompasses the shared values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that define an organization and influence the way its employees interact and work together.

However, creating a strong company culture is not easy. Why? It requires a concerted effort from

California’s new pay transparency law is already having a major impact on employers and employees alike. Companies now need to be transparent about what they’re paying and offering to current employees and applicants, while job seekers now have more information when negotiating salary. 

For business owners, having a strong culture and HR team will be more important than ever as

Many small business owners have the same questions when it comes to HR:

  • What is the purpose of my HR department? 
  • What stage of my business growth should I look into HR members? 
  • What different HR roles do I need for my small business?
  • Is a fractional HR team a better option?

In this blog, we’ll break down some of

At Culture Works, we get sh*t done, drive results, and take action on undiscovered opportunities. However, this can be a big responsibility and isn’t always as easy as it looks. 

So, how do we do it and why did we start? Today we’re discussing why Culture Works came to be and exploring what the future holds for human resources. 

Did you know that 93% of employees say they will stay longer at a company that invests in their career development? Wow! Learning and development programs are directly related to greater employee retention and satisfaction. 

Learning and development isn’t just about lunch and learns or a quick presentation on a Tuesday afternoon. So, how do we avoid those glazed over

Some companies may use the terms “people operations” and “human resources” interchangeably. However,  while people operations falls under the umbrella of human resources, the two are separate entities and maintain a few key differences. 

These differences include varying goals, strategies and functions. Let’s start with some definitions.

First, What is People Operations?

Human resources has been around for decades. In

As we head into 2023, companies face a range of challenges in their efforts to find and recruit talent in the current competitive market. No matter the name you call the events taking over our current market – the Great Resignation, the Great Reshuffle, the Talent Gap, and the Talent Shortage (did we miss any?) – we can draw a

Upskilling has become a buzzword echoing around the human resources space right now – and for a good reason! This trend promotes continuous improvement of your current team and employees. Let’s break down exactly what upskilling is all about. 

First, What is Upskilling?

At its core, upskilling is the process of teaching employees new skills or improving existing ones. This