Next-Gen Leaders: Weekly Roundup for 3/7 – 03/11
UnitedHealthcare has just started a limited program that will allow workers to earn money for wearing a fitness tracker and meeting health goals. It’s an interesting way to let your employees know the company cares about their well-being.
Deloitte’s Chief Talent Officer Mike Preston shares some of the firm’s pioneering research about what companies will need to do to attract and retain top talent in the future.
When a company examines how workers actually work, “design thinking” can lead to small policy changes that make a big difference in how they feel about their jobs, how productive they are, and how long they’ll stay with the company.
Robots are coming. Seriously. Attorney Natalie Pierce takes a look at some of the legal issues you may be confronting when your company begins incorporating robotics.
A new experiment found that workers in control of their own schedules were just as reliable, happier, and wanted to stay with their company longer. Even their children were happier.