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4 Strategies for Empathetic Management (Issue #142)

With the increasing stress and digital burnout, many employees are quitting their jobs to look for a better work-life balance, while others look for companies they believe care about their well-being. Empathetic leadership makes a significant difference in the workplace and should be a quality that companies must adopt to attract and retain top talent.

So then, how can we build greater empathy in the workplace?

Organizational culture can affect hybrid work environments. We are continuing to take survey data.

Please share with us your preferences on the 5 Action-Based Principles discussed in our blog.

For details on the different principles, please read our blog on 5 Action-Based Principles.

We are expanding and hiring for various roles! Visit our careers webpage to apply directly.

  • Recruiters: We are specifically looking for multicultural and bilingual speakers given our global coverage. We are hiring in each of our specialized teams given the heavy pipeline of digital & technical sourcing, global recruiting, and confidential executive search. Our team in Seoul, Korea is also actively looking for recruiters of all levels.

  • Digital Marketing / Data Science: Our digital transformation team is focused on rebranding with exciting projects in play leading up to our 22nd anniversary in June. We welcome anyone with digital and technical expertise, who is also aligned with our corporate mission and social responsibility.

  • Internships: We have paid summer internship opportunities available.

If you do not see an opening that matches your career goals, email us your cover letter and resume ( explaining why you are interested in our organization and how you can help HRCap win, and one of our team leaders will reach out directly for consideration.

{ Women's History Month }

To celebrate Women's History month, we will be highlighting women who have made a historical impact on society.

{ Women's History Month }

During WWII, Kochiyama and her family were discriminated against and sent to incarceration camps. After the war and relocating to Harlem, she spent time at Harlem Freedom School and learned about Black history. Her experience and education guided her to become a passionate human rights activist.

{ Women's History Month }

Grace Lee Boggs was such a prominent supporter of the Black Power movement that the FBI files once assumingly described her as "probably Afro Chinese."

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