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Nearly Two Years In: How Are We Handling the Pandemic?

Back in 2019, no one could have guessed what was in store. But here we are nearly two years later, and COVID-19 has changed the way we work, learn, and connect. For employment, jobs seekers don’t expect, or really event want, work to go back to the previous status quo. Here are some statistics about […]

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Infographic: How to Successfully Run a Remote Team

Over the past few years, the workforce has been changing. Organizations are moving away from solely brick-and-mortar offices while embracing a more modern workforce, including hiring and retaining remote workers to meet market demands. However, the changes bring new challenges to businesses. From problems with overall trust to organizational communication to employee engagement, leaders are […]

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The Partial Return to Work – and the (Dis)Comfort Doing So

The majority of U.S. workers (81%) are comfortable returning to the office during the COVID-19 pandemic, but 87% still believe their employers can do more to mitigate the virus risks. (more…)

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Remote Work is Here to Stay, But Only if You Meet the Requirements

Remote work continues to play a key role in the tight labor market as 63% of U.S. companies will allow existing employees to work remotely once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and 60% agree that a rise in this trend is making it more difficult to attract and retain employees. This is according to a new […]

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The Results Are In: Two-Thirds Say Workforce Dynamics Will Be Worse When Employees Return to the Office

While some businesses eye the return of in-person workers after the COVID-19 pandemic, a question remains: will businesses be able to simply return to pre-March 2020 norms? According to a Gartner CFO survey, 74% of businesses plan to permanently shift some of their employees to remote work after the pandemic ends. However, those who are […]

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Maintaining Structure with a Flexible Workforce

The workplace is changing. No longer do you see the majority of businesses confining employees to an 8-to-5, brick-and-mortar office space. Now, more companies are opting for remote, work-from-home options and flexible schedules. If the global pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus taught business leaders anything it’s this—maintaining productivity is more about the what, not […]

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The Benefits of Remote Work 

According to research from the Pew Research Center, the COVID-19 Pandemic changed the way we work. Before the pandemic, only one-in-five employees reported working from home all or a majority of the time. As of October 2020, that number had jumped to 71%. Of that number, over 50% say they desire to continue working remotely […]

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The Results Are In: When Working From Home, Do You Work More or Less?

Remote work has experienced an exponential rise over the past few years, but has become especially prevalent during with many businesses opting to use a hybrid workforce this past year to adhere to restrictions and social distancing mandates. With the shift away from brick and mortar offices, there is bound to be an impact on […]

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1 in 3 Hiring Decision-Makers Predict Remote Work is the New Normal

A majority of employees at U.S. companies regularly worked from home in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, an arrangement 1 in 3 (35%) hiring decision-makers say will become the new normal. This is according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. (more…)

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Managing a Hybrid Workplace

The modern workplace is constantly changing. Year after year, we have seen companies introduce flexible work options, the four-day work week, telecommuting opportunities, and more. This past year, some businesses were forced to implement work-from-home options due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With all these changes, the modern office looks nothing like past generations. To handle […]

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