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6 Fortune 500 Companies That Allow Remote Work

by / ⠀Career Advice / June 13, 2022
6 Fortune 500 Companies That Allow Remote Work

Working from home has long been seen as the holy grail of job satisfaction. But be warned, before you adopt the work-from-home lifestyle, you first have to hunt for companies willing to allow remote work. Also, many companies only consider applicants who live close to their office, which means geographical relocation might be necessary. That said, here are six fortune 500 companies that allow remote work. Work from…

Employees Returning to the Office? 7 Ways to Help Them Adjust

by / ⠀Blog / June 8, 2022
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Many employees are returning to work after taking time off for family, personal, holiday celebrations, or just experiencing COVID-related lockdowns. While returning to work can be exciting and refreshing, it can also be a little daunting for many. They once again need to rush to the office early in the morning, work from 9 to 5 under constant supervision, and only have limited breaks. All of these things…

5 Challenges of Hybrid Work and How to Overcome Them

by / ⠀Remote Work / April 29, 2022
The challenges associated with adopting hybrid work arrangements require a bit more intentionality than most of us originally thought.

The Covid-19 pandemic not only affected how we operated as individuals but also how we conducted business. The challenges associated with the introduction of hybrid work environments were significant. Many were not obvious at first. Remote work has fundamentally changed the office environment, as well as what prospective candidates look for in their future careers. According to one Gallup study, 53% of employees returning to work post-pandemic expect…

Integrating Access Control and HR Tools: Adjusting to a Hybrid Workplace

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Remote Work / April 18, 2022
Providing flexibility and support to employees in a hybrid workplace allows better work-life balance. New HR tools offer more space to grow.

Hybrid work is becoming increasingly popular and HR tools are being compelled to evolve rapidly. The pandemic required everyone to work remotely, which identified businesses that could facilitate working from home as society slowly returned to normal. Not only did the pandemic cause businesses to realize the possibility of hybrid working, but it also exposed that employees are happier working from home, with only 8% of employees wishing…

The Ultimate Guide to Becoming a Successful Remote Leader

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Remote Work / April 6, 2022
Every manager is wondering how to become a successful remote leader in our new era of hybrid work. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind.

Unsurprisingly, the average manager is increasingly interested in becoming a successful leader for their remote or hybrid teams. They still need to make sure that all of their staff are working effectively for the benefit of the company. Additionally, they want to ensure that all of their employees are interacting well with each other. Remote work takes a whole new set of managerial skills to deal with task…

Hybridizing? 3 Return-to-Work Company Risks to Avoid

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Remote Work / March 30, 2022
Return-to-work tactics are blooming, with businesses like Microsoft and Google pushing workers to include HQ workdays in flexible schedules.

Return-to-work tactics are blooming, with businesses like Microsoft and Google pushing workers to include HQ workdays in flexible schedules. Hybrid or virtual work will continue to be the preferred workplace paradigm for the foreseeable future. Especially if companies continue to become more involved in volatile world situations. Many organizations are starting the arduous work of adjusting their return-to-work operations to suit a hybrid workplace model. This included developing…

Personnel in the Years to Come: CEOs Will Face Vital Decisions

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 13, 2022
Workforce-related personnel choices will be critical to the CEO in the future because of two things, namely remote work and a labor shortage.

Workforce-related personnel choices will be critical to the CEO in the future because of two things, namely remote work and a labor shortage. Workforce-related choices in personnel will be highly critical in the future. These choices, which are always vital in a CEO’s job, are due to two historically significant and uncommon macro-trends, namely the transition to remote work and the severe and long-lasting labor shortage. As we…

You Can Fix Burnout Without Sacrificing Your Life

by / ⠀Career Advice Health & Fitness / November 16, 2021
You probably need some ways to fix burnout, which is bringing many workers to a breaking point after 20 months of intense pandemic work.

You probably need some ways to fix burnout, which is bringing many workers to a breaking point after 20 months of intense pandemic work. Unread emails are building up. You miss deadlines. Video calls that were once jovial are now more severe. You suspect burnout and need a quick way to fix it. This feeling is becoming more common. A September survey of almost 700 professionals conducted by…

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