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New Data Explores the Continuing Evolution of Hybrid Work

Since the pandemic, the standard work environment has evolved significantly, with a growing number of employees seeking flexible work arrangements. Some prefer fully remote work, while others favor a mix of in-office and remote work, commonly known as the hybrid work model. Benefits of Hybrid Work Hybrid work offers numerous benefits, including better work-life balance, […]
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Key Workplace Skills Missing in 2024 Graduates

Speaking very generally, there are various pros and cons to hiring recent college graduates. On the one hand, these graduates may come, fresh from academia, equipped with the latest knowledge and theories in their chosen field. On the other hand, recent graduates—at least those who have taken the more traditional route of moving directly from […]
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Redefining Workplace Perks for Modern Employee Needs

Attention business leaders: forget casual Fridays and quarterly pizza parties. Do you want to know the game-changing secret to motivating your teams today? They want training. The rise of remote work and skills-based hiring means workers are embracing training as the key to advancing in their careers. That means that for employers, it’s a win-win […]
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Survey Results Suggest Dissatisfaction Among Workers

The transition from college to the workplace can be jarring for recent graduates, who often find a stark difference between their expectations and reality. This disparity is particularly evident when comparing the experiences of those pursuing traditional white-collar professional jobs versus those entering the trades. White-Collar Challenges Recent college graduates aiming for white-collar positions face […]
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Challenges and Strategies for Giving Feedback to Gen Z

Providing feedback to Gen Z employees can be uniquely challenging for managers. As the youngest generation in the workforce, Gen Z has distinct characteristics and communication preferences that can differ significantly from older generations. And yet, finding a way to connect with this generation is essential for the future of every business, because Gen Z […]
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The Power of Soft Skills in the Age of AI

While it’s expected that artificial intelligence (AI) will replace certain job functions, the emergence of ChatGPT and other generative tools has everyone from content creators to software developers wondering about the longevity of their careers. But humans have something AI doesn’t—the ability to understand and connect with other humans. So, how do enterprises find the […]
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Despite Popularity of Remote Work, Employer Comfort Levels Still Shaky

Legions of office workers have been skipping the commute for a few years now, working remotely in the comfort of their homes and relying on technology to keep them connected to their colleagues. Especially during the pandemic, employers and employees alike were relieved that work could go on without people gathering in the office. But […]
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Striking the Right Balance: Handling Summer Vacations at Work

With summer upon us, summer vacations are looming. While large companies can handle employee time off relatively easily, smaller firms may struggle. Even large companies with key personnel—or small teams within large organizations—may find it hard to juggle responsibilities to accommodate vacations. While it’s crucial for companies to encourage staff to take time off to […]
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4 Ways to Support Employee Mental Health Year ‘Round

Employers and benefits professionals play a crucial role in helping organizations support the mental and physical wellbeing of employees, not only during notable times of workplace stress and pressure, but all year ‘round. When you consider recent data that shows 92% of people feel it’s important that their employer supports their mental health, the rationale […]
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New Data Highlights Financial Toll of Toxic Workplaces

A toxic workplace can quietly drain a company’s resources, morale, and financial health. While most business leaders and people managers recognize toxic workplaces are bad for business, workplace toxicity is typically seen as a metric that’s hard to quantify. That can make it difficult to prompt corrective action. According to the new “State of Workplace […]
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Measuring the Success of RTO Policies

It’s no secret that there has been a tug of war between employers and employees in the post-COVID era around return-to-office (RTO) efforts on the part of employers. While many employers would love to bring staff back to the office, a majority of employees prefer fully remote or at least hybrid work arrangements. And while […]
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5 Actions HR Leaders Can Take to Stop Bullying Behavior at Work

Since the pandemic, most organizations are reporting an increase in bullying – in the office and online. According to a Workplace Bullying Institute survey in 2021, just a year into the pandemic, workplace bullying rose to 30% of employees directly experiencing it and 43% of those working online. This has caught most people by surprise; […]
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Is eLearning the Key to Filling the Skilled Trade’s Gap?

While we’re already seeing how artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and other forms of generative technology have the potential to eliminate jobs and reshape the workforce, for the foreseeable future, there are many activities that will still need a trained, human touch. Whether it’s an oil change or maintenance on a vehicle, plumbing, and electrical work, […]
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The Challenges Facing Gen Z in the Workplace

Generation Z is the future of the workforce. That’s not meant as some kind of puffery for this youngest cohort of workers; it’s a simple fact. Gen Z is already on par with Baby Boomers in terms of workforce participation numbers, and they’re expected to overtake Millennials sometime in the next 20 years. But many […]
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Navigating Political Waters: Tips for Managing Political Discussions in the Workplace

In 2024, around the world, more voters will be electing leaders of their countries than in any time in history. The temptation to discuss politics in the workplace will probably be at an all-time high, but these conversations are fraught with peril. Here are a few ideas from an experienced conflict resolution professional about how […]
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