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Micron University: Launching a Learning Platform in a Pandemic
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Micron University: Launching a Learning Platform in a Pandemic

It’s common lately to think in terms of “pre-pandemic” and “post-pandemic,” but the lines are not so clearly defined, especially in the workplace. Quarantine forced a suddenly remote workforce to digitize with exponential speed, and employers will have to maintain that rapid transformation even after the effects of the pandemic fade. A Gallup poll whose […]

BY Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza | May 5, 2021

Using Digital Tools to Improve the Employee Experience
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Using Digital Tools to Improve the Employee Experience

The effects of the pandemic have forced new conversations in the workplace: How do we better take care of our mental health? How do employers engage a remote workforce? How do we maintain productivity and prevent burnout? Forward-thinking employers are leaning on digital tools to help answer these questions–and come up with solutions for the […]

BY Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza | May 2, 2021

How Tech Can Boost Inclusion in a Remote Workforce
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How Tech Can Boost Inclusion in a Remote Workforce

During the Covid-19 shutdown, the multinational food company McCormick & Company was in the midst of a new global-purpose launch. Instead of putting that on hold to wait for calmer times, “the company decided to move forward with that launch,” said Tracie Hall, the company’s senior director for global talent management and acquisition strategy. “We […]

BY Emily Nonko | April 27, 2021

How to Succeed in the Remote Work Revolution
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How to Succeed in the Remote Work Revolution

Two and a half years before Covid-19 changed the world, Harvard professor Tsedal Neeley couldn’t have seen a global pandemic coming down the road. An expert in virtual and remote work, however, she did envision a massive shift to a non-office-based workforce. By the time coronavirus upended the global economy last year, she had already […]

BY Sheila Flynn | April 25, 2021

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