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The more employees make learning a habit, the more likely they are to develop the agility they need to not only adapt to...
11/03/2023

The more employees make learning a habit, the more likely they are to develop the agility they need to not only adapt to new skills as technology changes, but also drive change from within rather than just reactively. Rebecca Taylor of SkillCycle led a thought leadership spotlight session at From Day One's Manhattan conference, discussing the foundation for enduring change.



Many companies offer coaching and performance management or development opportunities to workers, but their employees aren’t necessarily using it.Why? The answer can be summed up in one word: fear.“Our brains are wonderful, but also kind of funny jerks because they can tell us that we’re not q...

To best support women employees, companies need to provide comprehensive health care benefits that encompass the differe...
11/03/2023

To best support women employees, companies need to provide comprehensive health care benefits that encompass the different life stages of women as well as health care issues that heavily affect women. In a recent From Day One’s webinar, Ovia Health's Dr. Leslie Saltzman sat down with Siobhan O'Connor of Atria Institute to discuss women’s health and the role companies have in investing in women employee’s health.



Dr. Leslie Saltzman, chief medical officer at family health benefits platform Ovia, knows a woman’s journey at work is far different than their male counterparts. From monthly cramps during menstrual cycles to life-changing events like pregnancy and menopause, women often endure changes that tradi...

Experts from IBIS Consulting Group joined From Day One to offer key takeaways for how organizations can achieve equity a...
11/01/2023

Experts from IBIS Consulting Group joined From Day One to offer key takeaways for how organizations can achieve equity and opportunity through the power of diversity and inclusion, build inclusive environments, and address systemic disparities for employees working across multiple generations.

Read the insights from their conversation here. Thank you to IBIS Consulting Group- DEI Practices That Lead to Organizational Growth.



When Millennial Gloria met with her Baby Boomer supervisor Kenji over Zoom for a simple check-in, things went south fast. Each shared their weekend activities: Kenji did extra work, Gloria binged Netflix. While Kenji implied that Gloria’s choice of relaxing over working was lazy, Gloria was buried...

To maintain an authentic culture of well-being for employees, HR leaders must hold true to company values while adapting...
11/01/2023

To maintain an authentic culture of well-being for employees, HR leaders must hold true to company values while adapting to changing times. At From Day One’s Manhattan conference, Corinne Lestch, associate editor at Forbes, spoke with leaders in a conversation adapting in order to provide a culture of well-being for employees.

Thank you to our speakers: Andrew Gold of Pitney Bowes, Andrea Cooper of Talkspace, Kumud Sharma, of Betterment, Sumita Banerjee of kdc/one, and Carrie Maltese of NBCUniversal.



When Andrew Gold started at the mailing and shipping company Pitney Bowes, he couldn’t help but recognize the company culture was ahead of its time.In the 40s and 50s, “Our CEO at the time wanted to hire people from our communities in the right match of what our communities look like,” Gold sa...

After parental leave, a working parent’s return to the workforce can be a daunting experience. As they adjust to their n...
10/30/2023

After parental leave, a working parent’s return to the workforce can be a daunting experience. As they adjust to their new roles as parents and professionals, their self-assurance can lapse and stress can rise. In a From Day One webinar about “Helping Working Parents Make a Confident Comeback,” panelists explored how parents can make a more self-assured comeback to the workforce.

Thank you to speakers Tara Sherman of Boeing, Robbie Green of Talking Talent, Jessica A. Escalante of GRUNDFOS, Cheryl Ryan of Xerox, and moderator Lydia Dishman of Fast Company.



In 2022, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that of the nation’s 83

What are you doing internally to ensure that the workplace environment is inclusive? According to Jamie Adasi, head of i...
10/30/2023

What are you doing internally to ensure that the workplace environment is inclusive? According to Jamie Adasi, head of inclusion, diversity, equity, and allyship at Greenhouse Software, this is the critical question employers should ask in order to create a workplace employees want to embrace.

Adasi led a thought leadership spotlight session at From Day One’s conference in Boston, titled “Inclusive From The Start: How Great Hiring Builds Cultures of Belonging.”



“What are you doing internally to help ensure there are policies and practices to ensure the workplace environment is inclusive?” asked Jamie Adasi, head of inclusion, diversity, equity, and allyship at Greenhouse. According to Adasi, that is the critical question employers should ask to ensure ...

Going virtual has changed so much more than work-life balance, explains Lorrissa Horton of Webex. It’s forced many manag...
10/26/2023

Going virtual has changed so much more than work-life balance, explains Lorrissa Horton of Webex. It’s forced many managers to take stock of how they interact with employees. And it’s improved company culture. Lorrissa spoke with Fast Company's Lydia Dishman in a fireside chat at From Day One’s October Virtual conference.



Lorrissa Horton needs to be there for her team, but she also needs to be there for her family. A duality many executives struggle with.Then the pandemic hit and everything changed

Employee engagement may vary depending on the environmental culture and company’s values, which means leaders need to de...
10/26/2023

Employee engagement may vary depending on the environmental culture and company’s values, which means leaders need to develop tailored strategies for their employees to effectively drive change. At From Day One’s September virtual conference, panelists spoke on how their companies have taken key steps to support employee’s whole well-being at work.

“Our research has told us that what determines whether an employee chooses to take part in those things or self-engage has more to do with their relationship with their leader than if they actually need those solutions,” says Marni McDowell, of Micron Technology.

Thank you to additional speakers: Thomas Herdtner of Chewy, Adam Wysocki of Thomson Reuters, Kathleen Davin of Maven Clinic, Kumud Sharma of Betterment, and moderator Siobhan O'Connor of Atria Institute.



In 2022, 32% of U.S. employees reported being engaged with work, continuing a steady decline since 2020

When L'Oréal transferred Stephanie Kramer from the post of manager for one of its brands, to the position of chief emplo...
10/25/2023

When L'Oréal transferred Stephanie Kramer from the post of manager for one of its brands, to the position of chief employee experience officer a year ago, she focused on creating a people-first leadership culture.

“It’s about the three-way relationship between employees, HR, and people managers,” Kramer told moderator Erica Keswin during a recent From Day One fireside chat titled, “Developing a Leadership Culture That Puts People First – and Drives Businesses Forward.” The two spoke at the Edison Ballroom during From Day One’s Manhattan conference.



When L'Oréal transferred Stephanie Kramer from the post of manager for one of its brands, to the position of chief employee experience officer a year ago, she focused on creating a people-first leadership culture.“It’s about the three-way relationship between employees, HR, and people managers,...

Company benefits need to reflect the needs of workers as the economy continues to experience drastic changes. Care.com's...
10/25/2023

Company benefits need to reflect the needs of workers as the economy continues to experience drastic changes. Care.com's Jess Marble looks at how employers are creating practical solutions to support the well-being of their workers by acknowledging the positive impact on productivity when they provide more care benefits.



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“Would you rather care for the ones that you love, or show up for work?” Jess Marble, director of growth marketing at Care for Business, asked the audience at From Day One’s Manhattan conference. What started as a casual “this or that” segment turned serious when Marble prompted this quest...

At a time of renewed focus on productivity, how can managers become more equitable in evaluating their workers? How can ...
10/24/2023

At a time of renewed focus on productivity, how can managers become more equitable in evaluating their workers? How can they be trained to be more inclusive in their give-and-take with diverse teams of employees, including older workers? From Day One panelists addressed these key questions at the September virtual conference, offering advice to build more progressive pathways for feedback in an ever-changing workforce.

Thank you to our speakers: Matt Poepsel, of The Predictive Index, Carly Porter of Citi, Gordon Trujillo of DaVita Kidney Care, Heather Tinsley-Fix of AARP, Shivani Dhir, of NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and discussion moderator Lydia Dishman of Fast Company.



It’s safe to say that very few employees love annual reviews. Manager feedback is often fraught – and sometimes less than objective. Lydia Dishman, senior editor for growth and engagement at Fast Company, shared startling statistics during From Day One’s September virtual conference

How can companies incorporate age-inclusion into every part of their work, from hiring to workplace culture to product? ...
10/23/2023

How can companies incorporate age-inclusion into every part of their work, from hiring to workplace culture to product? In a recent From Day One webinar about “Addressing Ageism in Ad Agencies,” leaders offered actionable solutions.

Read takeaways from the conversation with AARP's Heather Tinsley-Fix, and New & Improved founder Lisa Balser.



Do you believe the common saying, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks?” And more importantly, do you realize how harmful that line of thinking can be?A recent study from New & Improved, a change agency dedicated to creating spaces of true diversity, inclusion and belonging, where everyone c...

There’s been rising interest in an unconventional approach to treat mental maladies: psychedelic therapy. Many researche...
10/20/2023

There’s been rising interest in an unconventional approach to treat mental maladies: psychedelic therapy. Many researchers believe that psychedelics, paired with psychotherapy, have the potential to transform health care.

Advocates of psychedelic-assisted therapy will face a complicated road ahead, since psychedelics vary widely in their properties and are covered by a crazy quilt of state and federal regulation, but assertions of PAT’s beneficial effects are being supported by a growing field of scientific research.



Especially since the pandemic, companies have been trying to increase access to quality mental health care for their distressed employees. For good reason: Nearly one in five Americans are currently being treated for depression and three out of four workers report feeling burned out, according to Ga...

In the workplace, the show must go on despite disruptions in the business and the world. This is when people leaders nee...
10/20/2023

In the workplace, the show must go on despite disruptions in the business and the world. This is when people leaders need to tap their EQ. Reframing a daunting situation in an authentic, mindful way will not only improve a leader’s personal state of being, it will also help them improve well-being and productivity in the people they manage.



At a time when it can seem like everything’s going wrong at once in the world, it can be challenging or even dysfunctional to search for reasons to be cheerful. Pressuring yourself and others to remain upbeat in the face of what would reasonably upset anyone has even earned its own buzzword: toxic...

In a presentation at From Day One’s September virtual conference, Dan Russell, a partner in the leadership and developme...
10/20/2023

In a presentation at From Day One’s September virtual conference, Dan Russell, a partner in the leadership and development consulting firm RHR International, unpacked the issues with leadership succession in today’s companies and how companies can best support the path to developing stronger leaders.



Sarah had done everything right: she was skillful, hardworking, and well-respected in the company and quickly earned herself a promotion. Yet in her new role, she began to fail.She took on more responsibilities but failed to make her presence known as a decision-maker

“If we don’t adjust the hiring process to meet incoming talent, we’re going to miss it entirely.” From Day One panelists...
10/17/2023

“If we don’t adjust the hiring process to meet incoming talent, we’re going to miss it entirely.” From Day One panelists in Boston discuss leading with purpose and inclusion to meet the next generation's values.

Thank you to our speakers: Dan Figurski of KinderCare Learning Companies, Paul Francisco of State Street, Amy Van Aarle of EF Education First, Dave Fineman of PTC, and moderator Delores Edwards of GBH News.



Dan Figurski has four children, three of whom recently entered the workforce. “While interviewing, they asked about the companies’ beliefs and DEI efforts,” he told journalist Delores Edwards, executive producer of Basic Black, GBH News during a panel discussion at From Day One’s Boston conf...

During a webinar hosted by From Day One, titled “What Employers Need to Know About Chronic Kidney Disease: Its Rising Pr...
10/17/2023

During a webinar hosted by From Day One, titled “What Employers Need to Know About Chronic Kidney Disease: Its Rising Prevalence, Its High Cost, and How to Manage It,” Scott Vold, chief commercial officer at Renalogic joined Eric Bricker, of AHealthcareZ, and Alyssa McGonagle of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

The group discussed the effects of CKD and other chronic health conditions on employees and companies, and why it’s so important to encourage prevention, early intervention, and a culture that supports employee health.



Kidney disease is a leading cause of death in the U.S., yet most people who have chronic kidney disease (CKD) don’t know they have it – until its latest stages, CKD is often symptomless

The phenomenon of corporations being compelled to take a stand on complicated issues, both at home and abroad, is becomi...
10/16/2023

The phenomenon of corporations being compelled to take a stand on complicated issues, both at home and abroad, is becoming almost routine. Yet in handling these situations, the stakes can be high. Read experts' insights in this months From Day One newsletter, plus news and event takeaways. Featuring sponsor spotlights on Maven Clinic, SecureSave, and Empowerly.



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When Hamas launched its attack against Israel last week, the mobilization that followed was not only a military one, but...
10/12/2023

When Hamas launched its attack against Israel last week, the mobilization that followed was not only a military one, but a corporate response as well.

While the attack was a tragic surprise, the phenomenon of corporations being compelled to take a stand on complicated issues, both at home and abroad, is becoming almost routine. But in handling these situations, the stakes can be high.



When Hamas launched its attack against Israel last week, the mobilization that followed was not only a military one, but a corporate response as well. Global businesses moved swiftly to protect their employees in harm’s way, sending workers home, donating medical supplies and food, and setting up ...

“Our evolution is to let the learners guide the community and run the community." Sean Conley of Baker Hughes spoke in a...
10/12/2023

“Our evolution is to let the learners guide the community and run the community." Sean Conley of Baker Hughes spoke in a fireside chat at From Day One’s September virtual conference on giving workers direction about career development. In the grand finale session, Conley shared his community-based approach to learning and its success at Baker Hughes.



It was a grand plan for corporate learning and development. Before the pandemic ended travel and confined everyone to their homes, global energy firm Baker Hughes was ready to conduct 72 in-person, five-day learning events in 2020. Details were planned and tickets booked, said Sean Conley, the chief...

“The world is changing with new demands. We see this every single day. Skill development has not kept up with the pace o...
10/12/2023

“The world is changing with new demands. We see this every single day. Skill development has not kept up with the pace of change,” said Steve Gilman, co-founder and CEO of OneRange, during a thought leadership spotlight session at From Day One’s September virtual conference. OneRange’s mission is to ensure employees receive the right resources.



Ninety percent of corporate leaders know they will face a skill gap in three to five years, according to a report from McKinsey & Company. The challenge is giving workers a sense of urgency about addressing their own skill gaps.“The world is changing with new demands

From increased employee engagement and retention rates to loyal consumers, CSR programs and initiatives yield great bene...
10/12/2023

From increased employee engagement and retention rates to loyal consumers, CSR programs and initiatives yield great benefits for companies internally and externally. In a recent From Day One webinar, David Grubman, vice president of CSR sales at WizeHive asked leaders their thoughts and predictions for the future of the rising field.

Thank you to speakers Alex Budak of University of California, Berkeley, Tessa Edwards of Edwards Social Impact Consulting, and Ben Sampson of WizeHive.



Companies are expanding their social corporate responsibility (CSR) initiatives at rapid rates. An estimated 90% of companies on the S&P 500 index published a CSR report in 2019, compared to just 20% in 2011.From increased employee engagement and retention rates to loyal consumers, CSR programs and....

In March 2023, Empowerly, a data-driven education technology company that provides personalized college and career guida...
10/11/2023

In March 2023, Empowerly, a data-driven education technology company that provides personalized college and career guidance to students and their families, conducted a survey of 1,000 working parents of teenage children in partnership with SurveyMonkey. The study gained valuable insight into their perspectives on productivity, well-being, and college career planning for their children. Following the survey, Empowerly released a summary of its findings, demonstrating the need and the impact of supporting employees as their families navigate the college admissions process.



Modern workers expect more from their employers when it comes to employee benefits. Rather than looking at just the individual, employees want benefits that include the whole family. Post-pandemic, working parents are faced with a myriad of additional financial, emotional, and psychological strains,...

During the Great Resignation, organizations all over the world decried the loss of talent and expertise, as well as the ...
10/11/2023

During the Great Resignation, organizations all over the world decried the loss of talent and expertise, as well as the difficulty and cost of replacing it. But another great resignation has been happening all along: Every year, 20% of women going through perimenopause or menopause (a period that extends from their 30s through their 50s or 60s) leave the workforce, costing businesses around the world hundreds of billions of dollars in lost knowledge and replacement costs.

About 20% of the workforce is going through perimenopause or menopause at any given time. By the end of the decade, the estimated cost of menopause to businesses in lost productivity will be $150 billion annually. Experts from Maven Clinic, a comprehensive health platform serving women and families, joined From Day One to discuss what employers can do to help.



During the Great Resignation, organizations all over the world decried the loss of talent and expertise, as well as the difficulty and cost of replacing it. But another great resignation has been happening all along: Every year, 20% of women going through perimenopause or menopause (a period that ex...

Money is routinely cited as the top cause of stress in America, and stressed employees aren’t leaving financial worries ...
10/10/2023

Money is routinely cited as the top cause of stress in America, and stressed employees aren’t leaving financial worries behind when they come to work. Financial stress is associated with increased absenteeism, lost productivity, and a greater likelihood of departing for a new job.

Suze Orman of SecureSave joined From Day One's September virtual conference for a conversation with finance journalist Ellen Stark. The primary goal of money, Orman said, isn’t the stuff you can buy. It’s financial security. “When you're insecure, it's very hard for you to be happy or productive.”



Money is routinely cited as the top cause of stress in America, and stressed employees aren’t leaving financial worries behind when they come to work. Financial stress is associated with increased absenteeism, lost productivity, and a greater likelihood of departing for a new job. Employers freque...

“I am in service of Main Street, not Wall Street,” said Christine Kinahan, Welch's chief people officer. Kinahan was int...
10/09/2023

“I am in service of Main Street, not Wall Street,” said Christine Kinahan, Welch's chief people officer. Kinahan was interviewed by Callum Borchers, workplace columnist for The Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal during the opening fireside chat of From Day One’s Boston conference.



“I am in service of Main Street, not Wall Street,” said Christine Kinahan, Welch’s chief people officer. Kinahan was interviewed by Callum Borchers, workplace columnist for the Wall Street Journal during the opening fireside chat of From Day One’s Boston conference.Kinahan became Welch’s c...

“A good job could mean different things to different people. Right sense of belonging, achievements, purpose, recognitio...
10/09/2023

“A good job could mean different things to different people. Right sense of belonging, achievements, purpose, recognition are all the ingredients,” says Zeynep Ton, but there are “minimum conditions that all companies should have.”

“Those minimum conditions are first, very obviously, being treated like a human with brains with a heart, not just a pair of hands. And then the second one is for pay to be high enough so that people can take control over their lives.”

Ton, a professor at MIT Sloan School of Management, was interviewed by Editor in Chief of the Harvard Business Review, Adi Ignatius. They spoke at a recent From Day One fireside chat in Boston.



In the midst of several years of environmental, social, and economic upheavals, including the lasting effects of Covid on the workforce, consumers and workers have been pulling companies toward conscious capitalism. And while companies have been pulled, that isn’t the denouement of this story. Rec...

2023 marks important milestones in technology and workplace trends. LinkedIn is 20 years old, Google is now 25 years old...
10/09/2023

2023 marks important milestones in technology and workplace trends. LinkedIn is 20 years old, Google is now 25 years old, as is the iMac computer, which revolutionized the design of desktop computers and modern workstations.

These anniversaries are important in understanding workplace trends, as they go hand in hand with technology developments. During a recent thought leadership spotlight at From Day One’s Boston conference, Matthew Confer, VP of Strategy at Abilitie, spoke on the future of work, workspaces, and workflow.



2023 marks important milestones in technology and workplace trends. LinkedIn is 20 years old, Google is now 25 years old, as is the iMac computer, which revolutionized the design of desktop computers and modern workstations.These anniversaries are important in understanding workplace trends, as they...

While covering the labor beat for publications such as The Atlantic and Wired, journalist Simone Stolzoff observed how w...
10/06/2023

While covering the labor beat for publications such as The Atlantic and Wired, journalist Simone Stolzoff observed how work had become like a religious identity for many people. But it wasn’t until five years ago when he decided to leave the newsroom to join a design firm, that the concept became personal.

“It really threw me for an existential loop,” he told moderator Stephen Koepp during a fireside chat session at From Day One’s September virtual conference. “Maybe some of our listeners have been in a similar sort of career crossroads where it didn’t feel like you were choosing between two jobs as much as it felt like you were choosing between two versions of you.”

Stolzoff spoke with Koepp on reclaiming life from work. Read the conversation takeaways here.

While covering the labor beat for publications such as The Atlantic and Wired, journalist Simone Stolzoff observed how work had become like a religious identity for many people. But it wasn’t until five years ago when he decided to leave the newsroom to join a design firm, that the concept became ...

From Day One panelists in Boston explored how a workplace culture that supports productivity, loyalty, and overall organ...
10/06/2023

From Day One panelists in Boston explored how a workplace culture that supports productivity, loyalty, and overall organizational success is built when employees feel recognized and engaged. Experts from five successful organizations discussed scalable strategies for bolstering workplace culture.

Thank you to our speakers: Amina C. Lobban, of Takeda, Alexis von Kunes Newton of Wayfair, Jacqueline Fearer of Iron Mountain, Matt Stone, of Attuned, Deborah Merkin of GiftCard Partners, Inc., and moderator Paris Alston of GBH.



Global pharmaceutical company Takeda takes its Japanese roots to heart, infusing its mission and vision with traditional Japanese values such as integrity, fairness, perseverance, and honesty. Company leaders set the tone for this culture, valuing trust first and foremost, followed by reputation and...

It used to be that if you had a “smart” job, you were safe. Manual labor could be replaced by a machine. But get an educ...
10/06/2023

It used to be that if you had a “smart” job, you were safe. Manual labor could be replaced by a machine. But get an education, work with your brain, and you’d be set.

Well, that’s not the case anymore. Presenting at the From Day One Conference in Boston, Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO of Coursera, said new data points toward a big shift in how people do their jobs, all thanks to generative AI.



It used to be that if you had a “smart” job, you were safe. Manual labor could be replaced by a machine. But get an education, work with your brain, and you’d be set

How can companies make performance reviews more fair and accurate so the best employees receive the recognition they des...
10/05/2023

How can companies make performance reviews more fair and accurate so the best employees receive the recognition they deserve and don’t leave out of frustration? And how can leadership teams identify employees who need additional support to succeed?

In a From Day One webinar experts from Confirm, an all-in-one people platform that truly reflects each employee’s impact and influence, answered these questions and more. Thank you to speakers Josh Merrill, David Murray, and discussion moderator Anna Maltby.



Performance reviews play a crucial role in promotions and pay raises, but research shows that 60% of manager’s ratings are based on their own idiosyncrasies. The study further notes that only 20% of the typical rating is based on the employee’s actual job performance. How can companies make perf...

Jason Cerrato of Eightfold discovered a downward trend in companies during the pandemic: women at every level were leavi...
10/04/2023

Jason Cerrato of Eightfold discovered a downward trend in companies during the pandemic: women at every level were leaving their jobs at high rates, with working mothers bearing the brunt. In the early months of the pandemic, one in four women in the U.S. lost or left their jobs due to lack of childcare.

And increased demand for childcare support wasn’t the only change benefits packages saw: mental health benefits and workplace flexibility have also become a talking point for job seekers.

In a panel discussion during From Day One’s Boston conference, moderator Janelle Nanos, business reporter at Boston Globe Media, spoke with Cerrato and other industry leaders on how the pandemic reshaped the world of benefits and what leaders must do to keep their workers supported.

Thank you to additional speakers Shahina Islam of Zensar Technologies, Shawna Oliver, of Manulife, and Jodi Enggasser of C&W Services.



Jason Cerrato, senior director of product marketing at Eightfold, a talent intelligence platform, discovered a downward trend in companies during the pandemic: women at every level were leaving their jobs at high rates, with working mothers bearing the brunt.In the early months of the pandemic, one....

Burnt out and hungry for work-life balance, workers have replaced “hustle” with wellness, and though it’s less common th...
10/04/2023

Burnt out and hungry for work-life balance, workers have replaced “hustle” with wellness, and though it’s less common that it was to boast about getting little sleep, people are still doing it, and their wellbeing, inside and outside of work, is suffering.

Heidi Doss Riney and Shannon Martin Cyr of Nox Health share their insights on sleep healthcare—and why it’s a workplace matter. They discussed the connection between a lack of sleep and worsening chronic conditions, emphasizing just how important sleep hygiene is.



At the acme of hustle culture, sleep deprivation was worn like a medal. Heidi Riney, MD, and chief medical officer at sleep healthcare provider Nox Health, is happy to see the bad habit fall out of fashion. “People would brag about not getting enough sleep, that they were able to achieve so much o...

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Relying too heavily on resumes? You may be missing out on strong candidates. Peter Lu, CodeSignal’s VP of Customer Experience & Solutions Engineering, highlights what’s wrong with the traditional recruitment process - and how to go beyond resumes to identify top talent.

Read the full recap from his session at the June Silicon Valley From Day One Conference: https://bit.ly/3aTbhAK
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Join From Day One Conference on June 23 for a webinar on The Science of Tech Hiring. Learn how employers in pursuit of a diverse tech workforce can fairly evaluate a candidate's technical skills along with their ability to communicate, collaborate and problem-solve effectively.
We're still reliving the success of our very own Maria E. Mejia's panel at From Day One Conference Brooklyn! Here's some of the kind praise Maria received from audience members:

"Your opening was wonderful and a perfect example of how simple it can be to change identification & introduction markers to create non-traditional connections."

"Thank you for showing us what inclusion looks like on a daily basis - you and Hone."

We had a blast attending From Day One Conference Brooklyn yesterday and owe a huge shout-out to Hone's resident DEIB expert Maria Mejia for sharing their expertise on the "Is Your Company Developing an Inclusive Culture?" panel. We can't wait for our next in-person event and the chance to meet even more People and L&D leaders!
What's the best way to launch and improve a platform?🤔

Find out in our upcoming webinar with From Day One Conference, Impactful CSR: Giving Your Employees a Better CSR Experience With the Right Technology, on 5/17 at 2 PM ET. The event will be moderated by Emily Mccrary-Ruiz-Esparza with guest speakers Rob Livada, SVP Solution Architecture, and Sasha DeMarre, Solutions Architect.

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Get ready for a workplace revolution! You’re invited to the From Day One Conference where leading thinkers & top executives in HR will discuss hybrid work, social impact & workplace challenges that have surfaced since the pandemic: https://bit.ly/3rYPAV9
“What we’ve realized is we just have to take that first step…” - Jen Gudgel, our Director of DE&I.

Gudgel was recently interviewed by From Day One Conference on evolving our talent acquisition efforts to include fair-chance hiring. Read more here: bit.ly/BW-FromDayOne
If you're in the Boston area, join us at From Day One Conference's in person event: Workers and the Corporate Values Revolution on Tuesday April 12th! Register here: https://hubs.la/Q017ywCG0

Hear from leading thinkers and top executives in HR on how organizations can build stronger bonds of trust with their workers and their communities. The event will focus on such topics as creating equity in a hybrid workplace, balancing productivity with well-being, offering better career paths, developing diversity in leadership, and supporting working parents.

Catch Alyssa Johnson, VP of Account Management at Blueboard, on the panel with other experts on Conscious Coaching: Guiding and Recognizing Talent With a Holistic Approach.
“At the end of the day, talent is the most precious resource humanity has. And if we’re not cherishing it…we’re literally not going to be able to make the transformations that we need toward the future.” - Tigran Sloyan, Co-Founder and CEO of CodeSignal.

Check out a recap of Tigran Sloyan's session at From Day One Conference in January here: https://bit.ly/3H5i2te
Catch us at From Day One Conference Atlanta at the Georgia Aquarium on the 22nd!

Haeli Harris and David Malmborg will be teaching how to support families during the mental health crisis.

More details here: https://www.fromdayone.co/conferences/atlanta-2022/
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Panel: Believe: Building a Corporate Culture of Trust and Transparency

What can leaders do to encourage workers to believe that the organization will come through for them and embrace the characteristics that make them unique?

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https://hopin.com/events/february-virtual-conference-beyond-diversity-bringing-substance-to-inclusion-and-belonging

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