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    “Healthy corporate culture” may sound like a trendy new buzzword, but for much of his twenty-year career, Phil Wilhelm has worked on creating just that. His experience in hyper-growth (and hyper-change) companies have taught him how to foster positive cultures in demanding professional environments. Today, he’s the general manager of
  • Want to make your office a little greener but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered! Read on to learn more about the benefits of plants in the workplace and which plants are best for your office.        
  • Entertainment Benefits Group (EBG), one of the fastest growing e-commerce companies in the United States specializing in travel and entertainment, announced today the acquisition of Beneplace, a leading platform provider that supports Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies, and other large organizations. The acquisition of Beneplace expands EBG’s solutions for corporations,
  • The talent war is raging. Luckily, Nad Elias is here to tell us how to win. A fifteen-year veteran of the recruiting industry, Nad is the CEO of recruitAbility, which helps companies and executives form high-performing teams. Nad’s experience includes running executive searches and managing nationwide projects with companies ranging
  • In this week’s edition of Beneplace Briefs, we’ve got a story on virtual firing, what pop culture can teach HR, and more.   “You’re Fired! Virtually Speaking…” (via MIT Technology Review) Can you really fire someone who doesn’t really work for you? Talespin, an AI firm, lets HR managers practice
  • Pop culture isn’t always kind to Human Resources. HR professionals have been portrayed as ineffectual weaklings (The Office), patronizing would-be therapists (Stranger than Fiction), or kiss-ups who are willing to hurt anyone to get in with the boss (9 to 5). But you can learn a lot about what to
  • The Beneplace podcast has arrived! We’re excited to announce the People Business Podcast, which covers HR trends and issues like attraction, retainment, and engagement. This week, we talk to Lauren Russo of The Creative Executive, which offers training, coaching, and workshops for professionals in creative fields. Through The Creative Executive, Lauren has worked
  • Learn more about the issues dominating the HR world this week: Survey: ‘Work Perks’ Are Gaining on Traditional Benefits (via HR Dive) Benefits play such an important role in employee satisfaction that more than half of workers in a Randstad US study said they have left jobs after hearing the
  • When an organization changes its structure, its culture is sure to follow. Here at Beneplace, we’ve learned all about how to best approach those inevitable changes. In Forbes, we talk about how to embrace the cultural shifts in your market, help your team get up to speed, and thrive in
  •   When you think of summer, you might think of vacations, beaches, or ice cream. What you probably don’t think of are the latest developments and trends in your line of work. We don’t blame you. It’s hard to keep up with workplace trends when you’re planning a BBQ or
  • By Joy Gregory, Membership and Operations Coordinator, National Association of Healthcare Access Management (NAHAM) Association management can be tricky, but with the right group of people and the correct best practices, your association can prosper. Here are the top-five practices for association management from the staff at the National Association
  • It’s easy to hang yellow ribbons in the break room or post a patriotic Facebook photo on Memorial Day, but how can HR leaders and their organizations offer real support to veterans entering the civilian workforce? We found seven companies that do just that every day. While these companies vary