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Jason Lauritsen

Jason Lauritsen

Recovering corporate HR exec and workplace culture geek, Jason Lauritsen is Quantum Workplace’s Director of Client Success. Keynote speaker and writer, Jason has been featured on the SHRM Blog, DriveThru HR, ERE Media, and HR Examiner. He is also the taller half of the dynamic speaking duo Talent Anarchy.

Articles by Jason Lauritsen

Bring ‘Open Source’ to HR: An Interview With Lars Schmidt

3.24.16 by Jason Lauritsen
Managers & Leaders, Research & Trends

Several years ago, I had the opportunity to meet Lars Schmidt at an HR conference where we were both speaking. At the time, Lars was leading the Talent Acquisition and Innovation efforts for NPR where he was doing some really amazing work.

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Fantasy Football at Work is Good for Business

9.2.15 by Jason Lauritsen
Company Culture

It’s that time of year when many of us go football crazy. And, as the on September 10, so too does the fantasy football season for some 33 million people.

 

As a reformed corporate HR leader, I know there are conversations happening in board rooms and HR offices everywhere about how to minimize...

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Reinventing HR through Experimentation

5.20.14 by Jason Lauritsen
Managers & Leaders

This is the fifth post in a series about the reinvention of human resources. We hope you will join us to continue this conversation and to take it further at HR Reinvention in Omaha, Nebraska on May 22.

 

Part of how I used to describe why I loved being in corporate HR was that I viewed it as...

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5 Reasons HR Should Watch Reality TV (particularly Big Brother)

2.6.14 by Jason Lauritsen
Company Culture

The countdown to summer is on at my house. But not just for the sunshine and warm weather. One of our favorite shows, Big Brother, debuts a new season in July. Judge me if you must. I know that there are some of you out there who look down your nose at reality television as some sort of...

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Why Work Life Balance is Dangerous

1.26.14 by Jason Lauritsen
Company Culture

Work life balance is one of those concepts I love to hate. Here’s why:

 

The notion of work life balance is artificial at best and at worst it’s a false way of describing a very serious problem that exists in our workplaces. Work is part of life. No work, no money. No money, no food, no roof to...

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