One recurring trend for 2018, that’s slated to continue on in 2019, is offering employees flexible working arrangements. In order to attract talent to your company, you can stay ahead of the competition by offering candidates what they want most: flexibility and a competitive salary.
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Workplace flexibility is an increasingly important factor for employees when selecting an employer. Often, that flexibility comes in the form of the ability to work remotely.
A long commute may be a deal breaker for some candidates, as a new survey from Robert Half shows that 23% of respondents have left their current employer due to a lengthy commute. If your company is trying to attract and retain workers who live in rural areas, and have long commutes because of it, […]
Currently, around 43% of the U.S. workforce works remotely at least part time. And although the number of remote workers has steadily increased in recent years, not many employers have a succession plan that includes them.
We’ve previously discussed the challenges that exist when trying to communicate face-to-face. Body language can send various nonverbal cues to others, whether we intend them or not. But it’s not just face-to-face communication that can cause unintended messages to be sent. Even when we communicate over the phone, via e-mail or text, there are various […]
Yesterday we heard from Holly Jones on how the recent administration’s aggressive enforcement of immigration policies might influence I-9s and other authorizations for remote workers. Today we’ll look into who else can serve as an authorized member, plus the bottom line. By Holly Jones