The Mindful Organization: Crafting Holistic Employee Experiences
As the competition for top talent intensifies, organizations find themselves in an “arms race” to offer the most comprehensive family-friendly solutions. Mindful Organizations may have a greater ability to provide cost-sensitive, yet robust benefits by addressing the specific climate of their workspace and needs of their employees. By promoting a deeper awareness of employee stressors, Mindful Organizations can refine strategies for improving employee wellbeing that target their employees’ greatest needs, remove distractions, and strengthen productivity and job satisfaction.
In this signature research conducted in partnership between KinderCare Education at Work and HCI, we explore how organizational mindfulness can produce insights on employee stressors and provide strategies for improving work-life integration and family-friendly benefits.
Jessica McFeron from KinderCare Education at Work and the HCI research team discuss the actions your organization can take to help employees successfully integrate work and life demands. Learn how supporting your people is about more than just the number of benefits you offer, instead it is about crafting a holistic employee experience.
Mindful organizations promote awareness and responsiveness to employee stressors as part of their approach to talent management. By staying mindful of employee work-life experiences, these organizations are better able to craft cost-sensitive, ...Read more
In this signature research conducted in partnership between Kindercare Education and HCI, we explore how organizations are supporting working parents before, during, and after their leave for a birth or adoption.
This research report is a continuation work conducted in partnership between KinderCare Education and the Human Capital Institute. In 2013, we examined how family-friendly benefits and policies were impacting talent attraction and ...Read more
Most parents are in the workplace and all children require care, but only a small percentage of employers have stepped in to help fill this gap. This white paper explores this issue and answers:
What impact on the workforce of tomorrow does ...Read more
Attendees of the webcast will receive a complimentary copy of the 2013 Family-Friendly Workplace and Benefits research report.
In the global competition for talent, organizations often distinguish themselves by offering attractive family-friendly or work-life benefits and policies, such as flexible work arrangements and on-site child care and fitness centers.
The ...Read more
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