HR professionals often want to know what the workforce will look like in the future. Some organizations, like Upwork, dedicate time and effort toward making that forecast. The findings are always interesting. The biggest takeaway was that aside from Gen Zs and Millennials making up the majority of the workforce, 75% of them work remotely for significant […]
Negative or low morale among employees can be problematic for employers, and equally so for recruiters who are trying to promote the company’s culture in a positive way. Not only does it lead to an unhappy workplace, but it can also cause increased turnover and decreased productivity. And unfortunately, it can be difficult to fully […]
In a previous post, we talked about the pros of hiring boomerang employees, or employees who leave an organization and later return.
With Congress considering a couple of bills aimed at preventing wage discrimination—and several states with pay equity laws already on the books—employers may want to take a close look at their compensation practices, according to attorneys who help employers with pay matters.
Many experts agree that transparency is important to a company and its culture.
In two previous posts, we’ve discussed a few workplace culture trends expected to impact employers by 2030.
According to research, 85% of parents say they wish their employer offered childcare benefits; almost two-thirds of parents—and 83% of Millennials—say they’d leave one job for another if it offered better family-care benefits; and two-thirds of parents said childcare costs have influenced their overall career decisions.
In a previous post, we looked at a few workplace culture predictions you should be prepared for by the time 2030 rolls around.
In a surprising change of events, Amazon is no longer contemplating bringing its $2.5 billion campus to Long Island City, New York, after receiving public and political backlash. Just because a city has a long history as a hub for new and expanding companies doesn’t mean it’s the right fit for everyone. You don’t have […]
For employees to perform at their highest levels and be dedicated to the collective success of the organization, they must love where they work. That requires something deeper and longer lasting than increasing salaries, offering huge bonuses, or investing in the latest engagement tools.