Some workers with RVs want to work from everywhere
Can technology adequately support company culture in a hybrid or remote work environment?
In commemoration of Juneteenth, some companies are committing to hire at-risk youth.
Determine the approach that makes sense for the company and employee morale
Many employees plan to pursue remote-work opportunities in the future, according to new findings by the SHRM Research Institute.
Participating employers adopt 32 hour or 35 hour 4-day weeks
Here are seven mental wellness strategies to ease their anxieties
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The pandemic brought a multitude of challenges to leaders and their employees, but there has been an upside.
Post-pandemic management of remote work, telecommuting and the ever-evolving office
Outfitting workers with devices that alert them to efficiencies and dangerous situations isn’t new. In manufacturing plants, warehouses and other settings, wearables monitor workflow efficiencies and warn employees if they are too close to a hazard.
Consider a statement acknowledging how the crisis is affecting employees
Employers may be tempted to lift their pandemic-related safety requirements as federal and state authorities ease masking and other COVID-19 rules. But employers should note that they have ongoing obligations to protect the health and safety of their workers.
The Great Resignation has rocked the economy.
Biometrics have made regular appearances on annual “Next Big Thing” lists for a couple of decades. But the technology has never quite taken off the way people expected. Certainly, there are industries that make heavy use of biometrics. But other industries resist, seeing little need to collect fingerprints and eye scans or use facial recognition.