Lower COVID infection rates, a more challenging economic environment, and increasing layoffs are causing employers to rethink several personnel-related policies, including whether now is time to reintroduce annual performance reviews.
With hybrid work taking the lead as the most common work model, it is more important than ever to adapt appropriate internal messaging strategies with asynchronous communication.
Studies estimate that around 16 million working-age Americans (those aged 18 to 65) have Long COVID today. Of those, two to four million are out of work due to ongoing symptoms.
Since experts believe climate change is resulting in more frequent heatwaves and other extreme weather events, it is worth exploring the impact climate has on personal health to help employees stay safe and mentally sound.
A recent study suggests that individuals are taking fewer steps than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Take action to promote more movement!
Labor Day, historically marked as the first Monday in September, honors the contributions and accomplishments of the American workforce.
"Quiet quitting" sparked a fierce debate on social media. Are quiet-quitters the new crop of wise workers who embrace and protect their right to work-life balance? Or are they simply coasting through work under a new name?
If employers are reducing paid parental leave, they must holistically evaluate the impact that change has on the entire employee base and consider what other areas of support are needed to help parents navigate new stages of life.
Although the traditional expectations of a workplace have been forever changed, a fresh, effective model has not yet emerged. This transitional period presents an opportunity to rethink where and how we should work.