Pathway Design Group's

Campfire Chats

Category: Human Capital

Building Trust in the Workplace

It’s time again to tackle a hot topic in HR and Human Capital Management here on the Pathway Blog! We’re happy to have you here.  This topic, while currently popular in HR circles, is one that is truly timeless. We want to talk about building trust with your team members in the workplace.  Building genuine…

How to Make a Flexible Work Week Effective and Efficient

The topic on our minds this time around is the effectiveness of a “flexible work week.” This has long been a simmering debate in our industry, but the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically pushed this issue to the forefront.  Once it became safer to return to the office, many people began to note how productive they had…

The Benefits of Investing in Employee Education

Today, we’re talking about employee education and development. Is it something you should invest in? Why?  We’re here to tell you that, yes, if your organization can afford to invest in the further education and development of your staff, it’s a great idea to do so. It’s important to clarify that we’re referring to more…

How to Cultivate and Nurture Your Staff’s Talents

It’s another lovely day here on the Pathway Design Group blog, and we’re ready to roll up our sleeves and talk about something fun: your team’s talent! The wonderful thing about humans is that we are all talented in different ways. And when leveraged with strategy and care, these talents can pay off in big…

4 Ways to Connect with Your Employees

Welcome back to the Pathway Blog, where we love discussing hot topics in HR and human capital, and do our best to break them down in ways that are approachable! This time, we’re talking about connection. Do you feel connected to your staff? Do you feel like you have positive relationships with each of the…

Building Resilience In the Workplace

Welcome back to the Pathway Blog! We’re happy to have you here, and we’re looking forward to discussing something we find incredibly important when it comes to the health of your workplace:  Resilience. Webster’s Dictionary defines “resilience” as “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.” You can probably see how…

Navigating Negativity in the Workplace

Welcome back to the Pathway Blog! We’ve talked in the past about toxic positivity — how an unconditionally positive approach can have seriously negative effects on your workplace — but we’re here today to tackle the other end of that spectrum.  What if you’ve got staff members with a perpetually negative attitude, and it’s beginning…

5 Ways to Show Staff Appreciation

Hello, and welcome back to the Pathway Blog, where we love talking about all things Human Resources!  When it comes to HR, it’s important not to lose sight of that ‘H,’ right? Human. At the core of your company is a group of humans, hopefully working toward a common goal. The thing about humans is…

Hybrid Work 101

We’re thrilled to have you back here at the Pathway Blog, and we’re excited to chat about today’s topic: hybrid work.  Whether you’re new to this term or it’s been on your radar for a while now, we think it’s an important trend to have an understanding of. The modern workforce is one that is…

Hot air balloons over a mountain scene

How to Promote and Encourage Mental Health In the Workplace

Hello again, and welcome back!  One of the hottest topics in Human Resources right now is mental health, and for good reason. According to the CDC: “Mental health disorders are among the most burdensome health concerns in the United States. Nearly 1 in 5 US adults aged 18 or older (18.3% or 44.7 million people)…