Richard Greenberg discusses the implications of employees secretly working two full-time jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic in “These People Who Work From Home Have a Secret: They Have Two Jobs,” published by The Wall Street Journal.
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“When you talk to workers, they don’t want to sign up for a 9-to-5 job,” said Hayden Brown, who runs Upwork, a site that matches freelancers with employers.
After the recession in 2008, Harriet Krzykowski was hired as a mental health aide at the Dade Correctional Institution, a prison in South Florida. Her salary was modest — $12 an hour.
Jennifer Weber, Senior VP and Chief Human Resources Officer at Archer Daniels Midland, discusses how ADM changed the way they work to manage the pandemic.
It’s okay, I’m sure it wasn’t potentially damaging…
These three tips can alleviate awkwardness and anxiety.
Among other things, more flex time, work-from-anywhere periods, and continuing stipends for home offices
It requires a little juggling and a lot of deception, but some say it’s worth it for the paychecks
Our survey indicates that a lot of employees are anxious. It also points to what they’re anxious about.
No. 1: treating their employees like children. They’ve grown accustomed to independence. Get used to it.
“Employers who aren’t listening are in some ways just being naive.”
When it comes to breastfeeding, Amy VanHaren’s app pumpspotting, which has had over 40,000 users, is designed to tackle more than one issue at once.
Now that there is a gradual normalization of conditions from what it was during the heyday of the COVID-19 crisis, one might think that things are going back to the way they were, and that employees are going back to their workplaces.
The pandemic underscored an important leadership lesson. It has become essential for companies to hire and develop managers capable of moving their organization forward during both good times and bad.