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SGA President Stephanie Gray speaks to Forbes about creating an attractive workplace culture to combat the Great Resignation. Read more at forbes.com.
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And building one will actually make your company stronger What would you do if your company experienced a security breach right now? What would you tell your clients and employees? What if a board member created a storm with a questionable tweet or an executive was accused of harassment? How would you handle the media?...
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It’s never been more challenging or more important to engage with employees. A company newsletter is one of many tools available to help you share timely and relevant information and show your employees the recognition they want and deserve. A good newsletter requires discipline. You are competing with every other media outlet – New York...
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SGA President Stephanie Gray talks to Forbes about how to build trust effectively with stakeholders. Read more at forbes.com.
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Remember when sheltering-in-place meant a two-week experiment in remote work, sourdough starters and endless Carole Baskin references? Remember how quickly that changed? As the pandemic evolved, so too did office mandates and many companies were quick to adopt clear and persistent remote schedules. Those who could, transitioned relatively seamlessly to Slack, Zoom or Microsoft Teams....
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In the coming months, leaders must adjust their workplace to reflect a new social contract at work–and a significant shift away from a culture of ‘family’ to a culture of business. Read more at Ragan.com.
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SGA president Stephanie Gray speaks to Forbes about building a better workplace culture. Read more at forbes.com.
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