Media Coverage

Media Coverage

The Debate in HR: What’s the Best Way to Fire Someone?

The Debate in HR: What’s the Best Way to Fire Someone?

April 11, 2019
Employers are trying to be more sensitive in how they handle terminations; Wednesdays or Fridays? Is there a better and more humane way to fire workers? A reckoning of sorts is under way in human resources departments as executives po... Read More
Promoting Gender Diversity Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated

Promoting Gender Diversity Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated

March 28, 2019
Inclusivity of women in the workforce has been an ongoing battle for years. There’s plenty of lip service paid to this topic, but the numbers tell us that we’re not putting words into action. Of the 3,000 publicly traded companies in the U.S., wo... Read More
How to build a killer 100-day executive onboarding plan

How to build a killer 100-day executive onboarding plan

December 29, 2018
More than a dozen chief human resource officers from top companies offer advice on how to set yourself up for success in a new leadership role. The higher you climb up the corporate ladder, the more responsibility you have and the less time to... Read More
12 Signs Your Employee Is Disengaged (And How To Respond)

12 Signs Your Employee Is Disengaged (And How To Respond)

December 5, 2018
High levels of employee engagement can have an extremely positive impact on a work environment. Productivity rises, communication flows more openly and projects move from idea to actuation faster. However, whether from dissatisfaction with work or di... Read More
11 HR Experts Dispel Some Common Job Hunting Myths

11 HR Experts Dispel Some Common Job Hunting Myths

November 21, 2018
In today’s highly connected and accessible digital world, there’s a lot of advice floating around about every subject under the sun — including what to do and what not to do when you’re looking for a new job. It can be tricky researching jo... Read More
As Elections Loom, Companies Weigh the Benefits of Civic Time Off

As Elections Loom, Companies Weigh the Benefits of Civic Time Off

November 1, 2018
With the mid-term elections looming, the pressure across all parties and organizations to get people to the polls is more prevalent than ever before — from nationwide campaigns, like Michelle Obama’s  “When We All Vote” to public pleas f... Read More
What #MeToo Has to Do With the Workplace Gender Gap

What #MeToo Has to Do With the Workplace Gender Gap

October 24, 2018
A new study from Lean In and McKinsey shows the pervasiveness of sexual harassment at the office and the persistence of inequality. That isn’t a coincidence. The #MeToo movement has thrown a glaring spotlight on the gender gap in the workpla... Read More
To Build A Stronger Business, Embed Resiliency In Your Culture

To Build A Stronger Business, Embed Resiliency In Your Culture

October 2, 2018
Beth Steinberg is the Chief People Officer of Zenefits The ideals behind business culture have become muddled. When it comes to defining and creating company culture, businesses have put an alarming amount of focus on superfluous perks in eff... Read More
Meet the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business 2018

Meet the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business 2018

May 30, 2018
Beth Steinberg, Chief people officer, Zenefits Our annual Most Influential Women in Business publication celebrates about 130 women business leaders in real estate, law, tech, finance, health care and many other industries. [caption id="" ali... Read More
One Silicon Valley HR leader’s take on the pay equity problem

One Silicon Valley HR leader’s take on the pay equity problem

April 16, 2018
The pay equity problem - AUTHOR: Ryan Golden, @RyanTGolden, PUBLISHED: April 13, 2018 Beth Steinberg of Zenefits & Mensch Ventures Zenefits Chief People Officer, Beth Steinberg. Read More Dive Brief Acknowledging the pre... Read More