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HR Tips On Improving Employee Reviews On Glassdoor

Glassdoor has a significant influence as one of the top job sites in the U.S. Some 45 million job seekers access company data from their site each month, researching jobs from internships to executive positions. Needless to say, negative Glassdoor reviews about your company can affect your employment brand and the quality of your new hires.
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AllVoices Experts: Q&A with Jaime-Alexis Fowler

Welcome to AllVoices Experts, a series discussing emerging trends and technologies shaping the Future of Work. We’re on mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all and we’re excited to learn from experts who share our mission.
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The Challenges and Priorities That Face HR During a Pandemic: Q+A with Adele Rom

Welcome to AllVoices Advisors, a series introducing our amazing advisors here at AllVoices. We’re on mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all and we’re lucky to have a team of experts dedicated to helping us along the way.
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Respond vs. React: A Choice No One Can Take From Us

The email stung. It was from a colleague about our last meeting. I thought we had resolved everything. We talked about what didn’t work with the last project, what we learned from it, and what we would do differently. I walked away feeling good that we could have a positive outcome from a less-than-positive deliverable.
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Crafting a DEI (Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion) Plan In the Midst of... Everything

There’s a lot of frenetic energy right now. A pandemic, followed by a global racial justice uprising, has accelerated the demand for change on almost every level: individually, institutionally, and structurally.
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How AllVoices Helps Mitigate the Risk of Reputational Damage and Employee Litigation

At AllVoices we are committed to making sure employees have a safe way to speak up about the issues that matter to them and companies have a way to track in real-time what is going on at their organization.
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Why an Open-door Policy Isn't Enough

When we speak to companies about anonymous employee reporting, a common misconception is that existing processes negate the need for it. Companies often rely on older processes for reporting workplace issues, including speaking directly to your manager, or utilizing HR’s open door policy.
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How AllVoices Helps Streamline Employee Feedback

We started AllVoices in 2017 to provide a safe space for employees to speak up about workplace harassment. As the #MeToo movement exploded, it was painfully clear that traditional avenues for reporting sexual harassment were failing employees and companies alike.
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3 Ways to Calm Fears and Increase Productivity in the Time of Coronavirus

Slowly news trickled in from around the world. There was a new virus spreading in Asia. Death rates were elevated and the disease was spreading quickly among people. But few in the US were thinking much of it.
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AllVoices Experts: Q&A with Garry Fielding

Welcome to AllVoices Experts, a series discussing emerging trends and technologies shaping the Future of Work. We’re on mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all and we’re excited to learn from experts who share our mission.
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What (Really) Motivates People: Reciprocity

Our traditional image of a great leader centers on his ability to inspire others to action. He has the magical skills and magnetic personality to paint an optimistic picture of success and spark action in others.
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#MeToo Now What: Five Questions Leaders Should Ask Themselves to Create a More Inclusive Culture

The #MeToo movement, founded by Tarana Burke in 2006 to fight against sexual violence inflicted on women and girls, has raised tremendous awareness about the sexual misconduct, harassment, and assault that millions of people have faced in their lives. With a new decade under way, it is now essential that the momentum this created results in lasting, sustainable change.
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Improving the Culture of Listening in 2020

Millennials. As of 2020, they are estimated to make up nearly 50% of the workforce.  As a generation raised on heavy parental communication and our adulthood cemented in instantaneous likes and comments from every social feed we subscribe to, we are a generation that values ongoing communication and feedback. And that desire doesn’t just stop at our personal lives, it extends to our workplaces too.
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Ending Sexual Harassment and Misconduct in the Entertainment Community

Hollywood changed forever in late 2017, when news stories naming high-profile perpetrators of sexual harassment and misconduct began to surface.
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AllVoices Advisors: Q&A with Shadiah Sigala

Welcome to AllVoices Advisors, a series introducing our amazing advisors here at AllVoices. We’re on mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all and we’re lucky to have a team of experts dedicated to helping us along the way.
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The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion on Dev Teams

We’re excited to welcome AllVoices partner, Women Who Code, to the OurVoices blog today! Women Who Code is a global non-profit inspiring women to excel in technology careers. WWCode is building a world where women are proportionally representative as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. Read on to hear them explain why diversity and inclusion is so important on dev teams.
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Customer Spotlight: Arjen Mackaaij, FabFitFun

For this week's customer spotlight we're excited to introduce Arjen Mackaaij, SVP of People for FabFitFun. Arjen is a business leader, people geek, and strengths-based coach, with 12+ years of experience in leading HR strategy and people functions.
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Customer Spotlight: Sandi Hildreth, Wieden+Kennedy

This week we sat down with Sandi Hildreth, Global Director of Human Resources for Wieden+Kennedy. With over 15 years of experience in Human Resources, Sandi shares her expertise on managing a global team while maintaining a company culture that prides itself on a "lack of corporateness."
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AllVoices Advisors: Q&A with Dan Spaulding

Welcome to AllVoices Advisors, a series introducing our amazing advisors here at AllVoices. We’re on mission to create safe, happy, and healthy workplaces for all and we’re lucky to have a team of experts dedicated to helping us along the way.
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Google: Here’s Where to Start to Fix Your Culture Problems

In order to prevent harassment, we have to start by addressing retaliation, according to a seminal Stanford Law Journal symposium in 2018. This is a lesson that is especially relevant today, with high profile instances of harassment and discrimination in the news.
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Harassment, Bias and Swimming with Sharks

A few years ago in Hawaii, I had the opportunity to swim with dolphins. It was the chance of a lifetime, except for one thing: just a week earlier, there had been a deadly shark attack at the very same location. As someone who considers myself an expert in risk management, it was the ultimate gut check.
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