While some recruiting tips may hold true no matter who the candidate, it still pays to understand a bit about the differences found in the latest generation to enter the workforce: Gen Z. With that in mind, we’re going to look at some things employers may want to consider when recruiting this generation. Gen Z […]
As the COVID-19 pandemic began to recede early in summer 2021, employers around the country started to firm up their plans for a return to the office after over a year of large-scale remote work. While the emergence of the Delta variant has paused or delayed many of those plans, a significant number of employers […]
One of the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to their training programs is taking a one-size-fits-all approach. All new hires are required to attend the same training, often in the same sessions, on the same schedule, and using the same materials, etc. The problem with this approach is that not all people learn […]
It might seem counterintuitive to think your employees have become more mobile in a time when most of us have been stuck at home for days on end. But in reality, the number and types of employees potentially crossing borders, both local and international, have increased exponentially. The shift to remote work brought on by […]
Companies eventually returning to the office after COVID-triggered remote work will already have a lot on their plates, but they should also consider taking advantage of the opportunity to make some major changes they may have been putting off.
Millions of employees across the country have been working remotely for many months now, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
November is here, which means it’s time to start predicting what the future has in store for 2021. If you’re reluctant to make predictions, we don’t blame you! At the end of 2020, who would have thought the candidate-driven market would be replaced with record-high unemployment and that many employees would get to experience the […]
While some companies had work-from-home (WFH) practices in place long before COVID-19 emerged, many did not. Many had to scramble to get employees into remote settings, except for those who have been classified as essential workers.
For years, headlines about work flexibility have touted the idea of offering more options for employees to work remotely. Then COVID hit, and almost everyone who was able to work remotely was thrust into it—ready or not.
Whether your workplace has kept workers in person all along, has recently started welcoming employees back, or is still contemplating how to do so when the time is right, there are a lot of considerations when bringing employees together in a post-pandemic world.