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Employee Experience

Explore Gallup's research.

20% of employees feel lonely, with younger and fully remote workers feeling it most. Work itself can decrease loneliness -- read more to see how.

Discover the difference between how managers think they are leading their teams and how employees say they're being managed.

Mothers are a vital part of the workforce. Here's how leaders can make sure they're supporting working moms in their organizations.

A Gallup survey of CHROs from Fortune 500 companies reveals a pressing need to build performance management systems that actually inspire employees.

Most remote-capable workers now have hybrid flexibility, meaning employers need to make the commute worth it. Learn four elements that draw workers in.

Learn how Fraser Coast creates a future-ready organization using strengths and engagement.

Gallup has identified six key elements of the K-12 workplace that leaders can focus on to address the growing concern of educator turnover.

Discover the correlations among adolescent mental health, parenting practices and parent-child relationships.

The AI revolution is upon us. See why that means leaders should invest in more, not less, employee development.

Faced with burned out employees who are shopping for jobs, educational leaders everywhere should take these actions.

Following improvements in early 2023, U.S. employee engagement remained flat for the rest of the year, presenting persistent challenges for employers.

Thoughtful hybrid and remote strategies are essential for employee engagement. Read what leaders can do to make sure they get it right.

West Virginia University uses CliftonStrengths to accomplish its unique mission. See how a strengths-based approach drives positive results.

Strengths-based recognition is meaningful, creates belonging and achieves results. Learn how to give genuine employee recognition using strengths.

U.S. workers have a favorable view of employee-sponsored wellness initiatives, including mental health days and four-day workweeks.

The viral trend of "lazy girl" jobs doesn't mean women are being neglectful. They want to be challenged -- and have healthy boundaries at work.

Employees are 2.5x more likely to feel burned out when asked to take on new work. In a tight labor market, learn how to increase productivity without driving employees away.

Now that hybrid work is the norm in offices nationwide, the question is: How do we optimize hybrid work for our teams and the organization?

CHROs may be underestimating how many of their employees prefer a traditional 9-to-5 schedule. See the latest data on splitters and blenders.

Among Fortune 500 CHROs, 72% see AI replacing jobs in their organization in the next three years. Leaders, are you preparing your people now for the AI transition?