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Real People in a Virtual World: Social Engagement on Purpose

Interpersonal connection is a critical facet of human society. Relationships allow people to create community and culture as well as function as part of a family, group, or organization. Social capital refers to the collective value of a person’s social networks — and the way these networks interact and work together. In traditional work models,… Read More

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Flexible Work and the EMPLOYER Experience

“Flexible work” means different things to different organizations, but every flexible model stems from one core idea: Employees know when, where, and how they work best. For many, the best option falls outside the rigid structure of a formal schedule. How can employers accommodate evolving employee expectations, create a people-centered workplace, and innovate for progress… Read More

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The New Time Management: Reordering Priorities for Virtual Work Models

With so many businesses moving to permanent virtual work models, obstacles and adjustments are to be expected. It’s essential to recognize how big changes affect everyone in the workplace. Leaders must rework schedules, redesign meetings, and maintain daily operations. Meanwhile, employees are negotiating the challenges and shifting priorities that come with working from home. What… Read More

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A FAIR Employee Experience: Flexibility, Autonomy, Internal Mobility, and Relationships

After more than two years of relentless, dramatic change in the when, where, and how of work, the world appears to be shifting into recovery mode with the recognition that some changes are here to stay. Organizations are wagering future success on their ability to make these changes permanent with strategic, intentional decision-making — and a specific focus on the employee experience.

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Q&A with Jessica Lamb

Meet Jessica Lamb! Jessica joined Fitch this June as a Consultant Analyst, specializing in strategic communications. With a passion for organizational excellence, she constantly looks for ways to improve and promote organizations through new ideas, initiatives, and communications. She works across our product service lines to provide strategic communications advisory to help our clients plan… Read More

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What’s Your Leadership Style?

Good leaders support and inspire their employees to collaborate in effective and efficient teams. Poor leaders can lead to disaster. Knowing your leadership style, and understanding how your skills affect your team, are your first steps to success as a leader.

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Is Your Business Change Ready?

Managing change can be a challenge, but it opens the door for innovation, creativity, and forward momentum. In 2022, take time to examine your organization’s vision, goals, and strategy — and ask yourself if it’s time to shake things up.

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Enhancing the Employee Experience: Purpose and Fulfillment

Pay remains a high priority for employees, but nowadays, they want more. Treat your employees with respect and appreciation, keep them engaged with meaningful work, and help them find purpose and fulfillment in their jobs.

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Embracing Change: The Employee Experience in 2022

Your company and your employees have experienced rapid and dramatic change in the past two years. Until recently, change management has primarily revolved around adapting to unfamiliar working conditions or regaining your balance long enough to take on the next challenge. But the new year is about embracing a new approach, and in 2022, we’re embracing change as an opportunity — and helping you and your employees do the same.

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