Return Of The Annual Performance Review 

Return Of The Annual Performance Review 

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.

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Mastering Internal Communications For A Hybrid Workforce 

Mastering Internal Communications For A Hybrid Workforce 

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.  

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Study: Exercise Rates Still Haven’t Recovered From Pandemic

Study: Exercise Rates Still Haven’t Recovered From Pandemic

A recent study suggests that individuals are taking fewer steps than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Take action to promote more movement!

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Quiet Quitting: The TikTok Trend That’s Taking Over Workplaces

Quiet Quitting: The TikTok Trend That’s Taking Over Workplaces

"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?

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Employee Monitoring: Powerful, Or Dangerous?

Employee Monitoring: Powerful, Or Dangerous?

As more and more organizations adopt remote or hybrid work models, managers are turning to employee productivity monitoring tools to keep tabs on their teams.

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90 Day-Rule: The Magic Window For Employee Retention

90 Day-Rule: The Magic Window For Employee Retention

The 90-day rule states that if a new employee stays for at least three months, they are far more likely to remain with the company for at least their first year. Here’s how to help them get to that 90-day mark.

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Why Employees Quit (And How To Keep Them)

Why Employees Quit (And How To Keep Them)

Competition for talent is fierce and retention is even harder during this Great Resignation. Here's how to make it a little bit easier.

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Companies See Long-Term Benefits Of Virtual Reality

Companies See Long-Term Benefits Of Virtual Reality

According to Fortune Business Insights, the virtual reality market will expand to $227 billion by 2029. This incredible surge in growth may be partly due to companies like Walmart and BCG, which see the benefits VR can provide for their employees with better engagement and even improved wellness. Here are a few reasons companies integrate VR technology into their business practices.

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BFFs (At Work) Matter

BFFs (At Work) Matter

Work friendships, especially for those individuals early in their career, are becoming an endangered species due to remote work.

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