Create peak experiences Peak experiences are events that are unique, memorable, and exhilarating or deeply moving. They are most often reported after artistic, athletic, or spiritual pursuits as well as in nature or during intimate moments with family or friends. They produce a profound feeling of possibility and connectedness. Recognizing that every moment won’t be a peak experience, HR can design programs to give people the freedom and flexibility to explore the world of possibilities at work and beyond. For example, 15Five designs shared experiences with their employees where people have the opportunity to learn more about each other and the impact they have on other’s lives. Recently, I was able to talk about the value of fear in a larger group at work, then we broke into smaller groups in which I was able to go deeper about my particular fears. This allowed me to be vulnerable with a co-worker and brought us together in a new way. … [Read more...] about 6 ways to help employees craft their job into their calling
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And two years later, Ginsburg successfully represented Leon Goldfarb in his challenge to another sex-based provision of the Social Security Act: Widows automatically received survivor’s benefits on the death of their husbands. But widowers could receive such benefits only if the men could prove that they were financially dependent on their wives’ earnings. … [Read more...] about Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s career completely changed the way we think about women—and men
Asked if shareholders had pushed back on the idea of the CEO devoting much of his time to human resources issues, Swan pointed to research suggesting that companies that invest in diversity and inclusion see their stock prices jump. “Our investors are asking, ‘Are you building the right teams, the right environment, the right culture, so that you can bring your purpose to life?'” … [Read more...] about Why Intel’s CEO attends a monthly diversity committee meeting
Corporate culture has, in many ways, come around to Taylor and Webber’s vision. Unrelenting income and racial inequalities, worsening climate change, and a global health crisis are forcing companies to rethink their place in the world. Some of the organizations that rushed to address COVID-19 are recognized in our Innovation by Design Awards, featured in this issue. Fast Company has been honoring design change makers since 2004, when then editor-in-chief John Byrne launched the annual Masters of Design package. My predecessor, Robert Safian, expanded the program in 2011 to honor innovators and businesses using design to solve big problems—a mandate that seems especially urgent this year. … [Read more...] about ‘Fast Company’ is 25 years old, and we’re still asking: Can business be better?
Further, 225 percent of the margin dues and an additional amount of up to Rs 10,000 could be retained by the broker subject to client consent. For example, if a client has a credit balance of Rs 1 crore with the broker, and margin dues on open positions of Rs 10 lakh, the broker can hold back up to Rs 22.5 lakh and has to compulsorily return the remaining Rs.77.5 lakh to the client as settlement. … [Read more...] about SEBI panel to consider big bang reforms in November 26 meet; T-1 settlement, zero demat balance on the cards