A strong work culture typically doesn’t happen organically. Leaders must be deliberate and consistent when planning how to define and build a more positive culture. A company’s organizational culture is one of the key defining factors in its identity and ongoing success.
BY Heather Keefer SaulsburyFebruary 2024
In October of 2023, FrankCrum published a Culture Code to its nearly 500 employees, the most comprehensive work undertaken by the company on the topic of culture to date. Culture begins and ends at the top, meaning that leadership sets culture and then must do the important work of reinforcing or stopping behaviors and practices to support it.
If you had asked me ten years ago about the importance of having a positive workplace culture, I would have laughed out loud. Why would an employer proactively focus on the employee experience when margins were tight for their product or service?
Company leaders who want to increase employee engagement often confuse engagement with fun. With good intentions, they choose the wrong path and sink their time, money, and energy into failing efforts like picnics, puppies, and ping pong. While those things may be fun to the team, they don’t elevate engagement or make employees feel fulfilled. And they leave business leaders frustrated with their lack of results.
Steve Politis officially took the reins as NAPEO’s new Board of Directors Chair in October. The CEO of Alcott HR, Politis brings 25 y
BY Chris ChaneyNovember 2023
The pressing question for organizational leaders centers around how to leverage data strategically and productively toward meaningful r
BY Dr. Carmen F. ArmstrongDecember 2023/January 2024
Not long after co-founding OMS Group in 1997, Partner Bob Cleghorn decided that giving back during the holiday season would be a key co
BY Evan FallorDecember 2023/January 2024
In December, Casey Clark officially joined the NAPEO team as the association’s new president and CEO. He brings 25 years of experience to the role with a background in strategy and communication consulting and association management. He spoke with PEO Insider ® about his past experiences, lessons he has learned, and what excites him about the PEO industry.
BY Chris ChaneyFebruary 2024