Jason Averbook

Jason Averbook is HRE’s People Side of Digital columnist. Averbook is a leading analyst, thought leader and consultant in the area of HR, the future of work and the impact technology has on that future. He is the co-founder and CEO of Leapgen, a global consultancy helping organizations shape their future workplace by broadening executive mindset to rethink how to better design and deliver employee services that meet the expectations of the workforce and the needs of the business. He can be emailed at hreletters@lrp.com.

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Making progress permanent requires 'humanizing work by meeting people where they are,' industry analyst writes.

Averbook: Why 2021 is the Year of ‘Re-‘

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Averbook: These are the 4 pillars you need for a digital vision

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Averbook: 10 ways HR can reimagine itself for 2021

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Averbook: We’re waging war for our own talent

True workforce experience is about building connection, not settling for connecting alone. 

Averbook: Employee engagement is hard; How to overcome that

Focused, digital-first engagement efforts should be supported by HR tech, but technology alone is not the solution.

Averbook: 5 radical resets for our new world of work

This is the last big opportunity for HR to do a reset. Let’s not waste it.

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