The Great Solution

The Great Solution to the Great Resignation and Great Remorse: A Fortune 100 Talent Retention Case Study Written by Jim Hurlburt In our recent article, we explored “Quiet Quitting,” which we learned is another dimension of the “Great Resignation.” According to Gallup’s State of The Global Workplace: 2022 Report, the underlying condition in both termsContinue reading “The Great Solution”

Solving for Quiet Quitting

Written by Jim Hurlburt Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock the last two weeks, you’ve heard, non-stop, the latest workplace buzz term “Quiet Quitting.” Originating from a Gen Z Tik Tok video that went viral with nearly 8 million views in 48 hours, the newly coined term has hit a nerve on both sidesContinue reading “Solving for Quiet Quitting”

We have our Back to Work approach all wrong

As companies try to recover productivity and sales, the corporate “back to work” voices are getting stronger and, unfortunately, harsher. Companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Google have been providing policies and deadlines herding (pardon the term) their employees to return to work. With mixed results of hybrid programs and increasing economic pressures, some executive voicesContinue reading “We have our Back to Work approach all wrong”

Evolving the profit and people equation

On December 1, 2021 in the thick fog of COVID pandemic uncertainty with most countries announcing quarantine restrictions ahead of the Christmas holiday season, Simon Sinek tweeted one of his famous timely quotes “Profit isn’t a purpose, it’s a result. Purpose is the reason we do the thing that makes the profit.” About a month after in early January, his frenemy AdamContinue reading “Evolving the profit and people equation”