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The Challenges and Changes That Hybrid Work Has Brought in 2023

31 January 2023

The Challenges and Changes That Hybrid Work Has Brought in 2023

Author: Emily Fioravante

ASE’s 2022 Post-Pandemic Remote Work Survey, released in November of last year, found that most companies that call for in-person work require two to three days to be onsite. Many companies have been flexible in that approach, allowing employees to decide on which days they want to work from home and which days they want to work onsite.   

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Employers Should Prepare for Greater Pay Transparency

6 December 2022

Employers Should Prepare for Greater Pay Transparency

Author: Emily Fioravante

Like it or not, employers should start to prepare for pay transparency.  Pay transparency is when employers are open about the salary they offer to both present and potential employees.  Some employers are being forced to share more due to recently enacted legislation.

Remote Work and the Recession

16 November 2022

Remote Work and the Recession

Author: Emily Fioravante

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in early 2020, many employees began working from home. Although some companies have gone back to in-person work, other companies have realized they are able to function just as well remotely, without any negative effects on productivity.

Employer Provided Student Loan Repayment Programs Growing in Popularity

25 October 2022

Employer Provided Student Loan Repayment Programs Growing in Popularity

Author: Emily Fioravante

While not a widely offered benefit, student loan repayment programs may be growing in popularity.  According to Forbes, there are approximately 44 million individuals that have student loan debt. 

Increase Inclusiveness by Recognizing Juneteenth in the Workplace

4 October 2022

Increase Inclusiveness by Recognizing Juneteenth in the Workplace

Author: Emily Fioravante

As you put together your 2023 holiday calendar, have you considered Juneteenth? Since June 2021, Juneteenth National Independence Day (“Juneteenth”) is recognized as a U.S. federal holiday.  According to a survey performed by Harvard Business Review, only 41% of U.S. workers were aware of Juneteenth prior to 2020.   Why the date, June 19th, you ask? On this date in the year 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Texas to announce that the Civil War was over, and...
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