After a hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, internship programs are back and present an opportunity to select and develop future talent. According to ASE’s 2022 Salaries for Co-Op Students and Recent College Graduates Survey, 88% of the 105 respondents maintain a formal internship program.
Associations Now recently published a 5-Day Anti-Burnout Challenge. The goal is to offer one small task each day for a week that could be worked into daily routines in hopes of preventing burnout. It is a great challenge to offer your workforce – especially with May being Mental Health Awareness Month.
We have all heard of The Great Resignation and now The Great Regret, but have you given thought to what those movements are really saying about our workforce? Workers' values and expectations of their employers have changed. Period. Whether they are still planning on leaving your organization or may boomerang back, workers are ultimately prioritizing what is important to them rather than accepting inflexible cultures.
What started in 1992 as Take Our Daughters to Work Day by the Ms. Foundation for Woman is now called Bring Your Child to Work Day. This day will be celebrated on April 28, 2022, a national day that gives children in the United States a glimpse into the working world.
Recently there have been several news outlets showcasing the $100 Million in scholarships available through the Detroit at Work programs. There are a variety of options available under the umbrella. There are five scholarship programs designed to give Detroiters access to greater opportunity, better careers, and higher earning power.
2.5 million people retired during the pandemic and experts estimate that of those,1.5 million would not have retired had it not been for the pandemic. Were you ready for these resignations? To compete in today’s marketplace, you need to build your leadership bench, invest in attracting top talent, and develop a culture of succession.
For centuries the boss has been known to delegate tasks, lead meetings, make all the decisions, and has the final word on everything. This type of culture can lead to high turnover, lack of innovation, and low productivity. Some think it was the coaching style and ownership that led Matthew Stafford and the Rams to win the Super Bowl – something he could not do for 12 years with the Lions.
Pivot, convert, shift, adjust – however you say it, every organization will experience change at some point, and it affects everyone at the company. It is not easy for leadership to keep employees engaged during periods of change.
Workplace changes have inspired a renewed focus on benefits and perks. You may be wondering what other employee benefits are there other than health care, dental, vision, sick days, paid time off, and 401(k) contributions. Many businesses choose to offer additional company perks to set themselves apart. It is proven to improve employee engagement and attract and retain workers.
Many HR professionals tend to do or manage everything within the employee lifecycle at their organization. It’s time to reboot and not just survive – but THRIVE – in 2022.
You’ve likely heard all these sayings before: auto-pilot, going through the motions, and ground hog day. News flash – if this is how your employees describe their work, you have complacent employees. Complacent employees can negatively impact the entire team and stir up many problems on the job.
There is always something to be grateful for. Whether this time of year has you pondering gratitude or pumpkin pie, there is only one that is beneficial to your overall health and organization year-round. Sorry, it is not the pie.
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.
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.
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