Like those unfortunate enough to have graduated during the Great Recession, recent college grads in the COVID era are finding it hard to start their careers due to the pandemic.
In times of uncertainty—like now, during a global pandemic—it’s natural to be fearful and anxious about what’s happening around us. There are plenty of concrete, specific things that may be making employees fearful or anxious right now, such as:
The recent PwC survey Future of Recruiting found that candidates today want more than just a job. They seek an employee experience that provides them with a sense of purpose and pride in their work and the organization they work for.
Among the many legacies of COVID-19 will be the test of our endurance for spending time in front of screens. Remote workers are spending 29% more time in team meetings and 24% more time in one-on-one meetings than they were before the pandemic, according to a study from the calendar-assistant company Clockwise.
Were you one of the many employers that brought workers back in late spring, only to furlough or lay them off in early summer due to rising rates of the coronavirus? If so, you’re not alone, but now that your workers have been furloughed again the next question becomes: when can we really bring them […]
Another article related to COVID-19? Say it isn’t so! These days, anything and everything we do in the employment world has a direct link to COVID-19. And this should come as no surprise as the pandemic continues to dominate our news cycle and cause mass disruption in all our lives.
For managers and employees, the thought of conducting performance reviews during a global pandemic might be a source of high stress. As the future of work transforms, the need to redefine learning and performance conversations is more apparent than ever.
Over the last few months, work as we know it has drastically changed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Whether it’s the physical location where employees work, the challenges these workers are overcoming to meet demands, or the attitudes workers now have, one thing is certain: “Normal” is now a term that describes the past.
Has your organization considered adopting a shorter workweek? With all of the changes we’re facing amid the pandemic, there are a lot of nontraditional suggestions being considered by large and small organizations alike. A shorter workweek is one option on the table for some companies.
Even the most emotionally healthy people have no doubt felt anxious over the last several months as the world has dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic. But for those who deal with disabling anxiety and depression, the load is even harder to bear. That’s why employers need to look at the tools they have at their […]