With the pandemic disrupting work culture to an unanticipated level, Korn Ferry surveyed employers around the globe. The study identified 10 human resource trends employers will confront that will impact how, when, and where work will be.
This September, 4.4 million workers quit their jobs. The highest month of quits on record. You would have to be in a cave not to have heard about the general labor shortage employers have been dealing with. I have not heard any ASE members state that they are not looking for workers in recent months, if not longer.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, remote work has been the biggest trend impacting the way businesses operate. There is one growing group of workers: digital nomads. These are people who embrace a location-independent, technology-enabled lifestyle. Unlike regular remote workers, who tend to stay in one place or shuttle back and forth between their home and a vacation retreat, digital nomads travel and explore the world while working.
As more and more states make the use of cannabis being legal, for medical or recreational use, employers have been challenged with making policies that will best protect the company while still allowing them to fill positions.
The pandemic and tight job market might have your organization considering bringing on remote employees who live far away from your office location. But this can create lots of questions for hiring managers. Before jumping in, read these pros and cons.
TalentLMS, a leading learning management system backed by Epignosis and Workable, released a report which reveals that 72% of tech workers in the U.S. are thinking of quitting their job in the next 12 months. Top reasons include a lack of flexibility and lack of learning and development opportunities.
A new Randstad USA survey found that workers have health and safety concerns around returning to work. The survey revealed three main findings:
Many employers have taken action to address the financial well-being of their employees, and one of the most popular benefits companies have either expanded or begun to offer is student loan repayment assistance in addition to tuition reimbursement programs.
With all who are unemployed and those who are actively looking for a new job while working, jobs are not being filled. There are a reported 9 million jobs available. Economists are calling the new paradigm “The Great Job Mismatch.” What is driving this trend?
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