Note: This is the last in a series of five articles from thought leader Jason Lauritsen. Called the 2017 HR Hitlist, each article outlines one practice or … Read more
Jason Lauritsen a keynote speaker, author and advisor. He is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently.
A former corporate human resources executive, Jason has dedicated his career to helping leaders build organizations that are good for both people and profits.
Most recently, he led the research team for Quantum Workplace’s Best Places to Work program where he has studied the employee experience at thousands of companies to understand what the best workplaces in the world do differently than the rest.
Note: This is the fourth in a series of five articles from thought leader Jason Lauritsen. Called the 2017 HR Hitlist, each article outlines one practice … Read more
Note: This is the third in a series of five articles from thought leader Jason Lauritsen. Called the 2017 HR Hitlist, each article outlines one practice … Read more
Note: This is the second in a series of five articles from thought leader Jason Lauritsen that will post on Mondays through Feb. 20. Called the 2017 HR … Read more
Note: This is the first in a series of five articles from thought leader Jason Lauritsen that will post on Mondays through Feb. 20. Called the 2017 HR … Read more
I have been calling for the death of traditional, scored performance appraisals for a long time. Today, there is a chorus of voices singing this same hymn. … Read more
I think the SHRM weekly email distribution list may have been hacked because that’s that only acceptable explanation for what I found in my email box this … Read more
Try this logic on with me. If anything that makes a person feel worthless or of less value is evil (and perhaps you aren’t as dramatic as I am, so you can … Read more
Editor’s Note: Sometimes readers ask about past TLNT articles. That’s why we republish a Classic TLNT post every Friday. Work-life balance is one of those … Read more
Turns out, people waste time at work on the Internet. Shocked? Probably not, because it’s likely that most of us do it (at least a little). According to a … Read more
It seems like most organizations these days are spending significant time, money and energy in an effort to drive up employee engagement through surveys or … Read more
A lot of my work lately has been focused in the area of employee engagement. In fact, I’m speaking at a number of conferences this fall, sharing my … Read more
This week, I had the opportunity to sit on a panel discussion about employee engagement at the Southwest Learning Summit hosted by the Dallas Chapter of … Read more
Human Resources has become the red-headed stepchild of the business world. It breaks my heart, but despite the fact that our role is to facilitate the … Read more
Once upon a time, I was charged with implementing talent management for the company where I worked. I eagerly took on the task and, with the help of a … Read more
I’ve been getting a little twitchy lately about a few things. And most of them come back to a general conclusion that we seem to have lost all common sense … Read more
My 4-year-old daughter recently took up playing her first team sport, soccer. As any parent who has had a young child in soccer knows, it’s quite a … Read more
Work-life balance is one of those concepts I love to hate. Here’s why: The notion of work-life balance is artificial at best, and at worst, it’s a false … Read more
Employee engagement is big business. In fact, the recent research done by the Society for Human Resources Management and reported on here at TLNT revealed … Read more
To Our Readers: This week, TLNT is continuing our annual tradition by counting down the 30 most popular and well-read posts of this past year. This is No. … Read more