Since the pandemic, employees are leaving the workforce or switching jobs in droves. For many, employers have played a big part in why they’re walking away.
Although some joke about being ‘scarred’ by past bad jobs, workplace-induced emotional trauma is real – with long-lasting effects.
When Nikolina swapped the office for home working in early 2020 as the pandemic swept the globe, she hoped her company’s toxic culture might improve.
We assume remote work is here to stay – but some of the loudest voices in the corporate world are rallying to get employees back in offices.
Goldman Sachs boss David Solomon has rejected remote working as a “new normal” and labelled it an “aberration” instead.
At first glance the silicone wristband could be mistaken for one that tracks your heart rate when you are doing exercise.
Women are doing significantly more domestic chores and family care, because of the impact of the pandemic.
Drinks on tap, rock-climbing walls, gourmet cafeterias – perks are a hallmark of many desirable workplaces. But when workers are not in the office to actually enjoy them, companies are being forced to reevaluate their incentives and work culture.
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