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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Studies: Long COVID Could Affect Up To 4 Million US Workers

Studies: Long COVID Could Affect Up To 4 Million US Workers

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.

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The Ideal Future Work Arrangement

The Ideal Future Work Arrangement

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.

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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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Malcolm Gladwell: “It Is Not In Your Best Interest To Work At Home”

Malcolm Gladwell: “It Is Not In Your Best Interest To Work At Home”

Malcolm Gladwell's recent comments on remote work has sparked a lot of controversy during an appearance on the Diary of a CEO podcast.

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Understanding Employee Abortion Access After Roe v. Wade Decision

Understanding Employee Abortion Access After Roe v. Wade Decision

All around the nation, abortion rights are being threatened. Regardless of one’s individual opinions, there are several crucial questions that every employer must consider during the aftermath of this ruling.

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Survey: 70% Of Employers Considering A Lifestyle Spending Account

Survey: 70% Of Employers Considering A Lifestyle Spending Account

What benefit offering gives employees flexibility and freedom of choice while still allowing employers to decide the scope and stay true to their values? Meet Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs).

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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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