As we slowly return to the workplace, will it ever return to “normal?” Not right away, if ever.
World Economic Forum outlined several trends likely to shape the post-COVID workplace. Some of these I agree with, some I have trouble with.
HR is front and center during a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic we are experiencing right now. The everyday responsibilities of HR shift while dealing with a crisis such as this. HR and leadership must create a sense of trust and empathy.
Even through the hardest of times, there is always something we can learn. “Never let a crisis go to waste” is a quote that continues to come to mind.
COVID-19 has hit Michigan and the nation harder than anyone expected. Many ASE member organizations have stepped up to provide services and produce items in need. I am very proud to have them as ASE members and would like to recognize a few of the organizations currently helping out:
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every one of us, and we are each processing it differently. Never before in my lifetime have I experienced a shelter-in-place order. This is a big adjustment for all of us, and Forbes recently posted an article with some mental health practices that are helpful during this pandemic.
As an avid reader, I often notice writing or grammar mistakes in professionally published works. Quickanddirtytips.com surveyed editors at Macmillan Publishers and asked them to rank the most common writing and grammar mistakes they see. With the writer being so close to his/her work, the editors are who catch most of these common mistakes:
Employee Appreciation Day is coming up on March 6, 2020. It’s important to show employees that they are valued throughout the year, and a recent article I found on Inc.com shares some simple ways for managers to show appreciation consistently throughout each workweek.
Some recent tweets by Elon Musk, CEO and product architect of Tesla, Inc., made me stop to think about how we recruit for talent and what we look for. In the past education was a key focus, but today it’s moving more towards experience and soft skills.
“Purpose anxiety” is a newer term used to describe the doubt and distress people experience over figuring out their purpose or sense of meaning in life. Many people struggle with figuring out how they can make a difference – both in their personal life and at work.
I recently read an article on Entrepreneur.com that listed several ways to show employees they are appreciated. Articles like these are always a good reminder, so I wanted to share some of the tips with you.
With remote work quickly becoming the norm in many organizations, including ASE, it has changed the way we must manage employees.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot lately of how we thank those around us. Most people are polite and will always thank someone who holds a door for you or hands you a receipt, but how often do most of us thank those who are around us day after day?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its October job report and while jobs were overall up, manufacturing jobs took a serious dip – a 36,000 dip. Is this all due to the GM strike?
Remote work is quickly becoming a necessity that organizations must offer, rather than just a “nice perk.” A recent survey by Flex Jobs shows that 81% of millennials seek work-life balance over both salary and health insurance. Telecommuting was the top choice for flexible work arrangements for millennials.
One of my favorite television shows is Shark Tank. In fact, I was so thrilled to find out that one of the keynote speakers at the HR Technology Conference I recently attended was Barbara Corcoran. But what inspired this blog post is a fairly recent quote by Mark Cuban, “Now the onus is on employers to keep their best employees happy.”
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