Prediction: Workers Will Not See a Full Return to the Office in 2022

If it has not been apparent from what we have seen with the last wave of covid-19 cases, remote work is not going anywhere, and neither is covid-19. With different variants popping up every six months or so, the conversation has shifted from “when the pandemic ends” to “if the pandemic ends.”    As we are… Continue reading Prediction: Workers Will Not See a Full Return to the Office in 2022

Remote Work Whiplash – How to Realign After Two Years of Remote Work

As we are nearing the two-year anniversary of March 2020, when the world changed from the coronavirus pandemic, it is time to reflect on the changes and difficulties that have come with shifting to full-remote or hybrid workplaces.  For companies that were not used to remote work, March 2020 threw them off balance, scrambling to… Continue reading Remote Work Whiplash – How to Realign After Two Years of Remote Work

Beyond Remote Working: What Today’s Workers Desire in a Job 

Though there are more job openings than ever in American history, employers are still struggling to fill them with job-seeking candidates. Perhaps due to the Great Resignation, jobseekers are not willing to take any job simply because it is open and available. It’s important to remember why jobseekers left their previous roles and how to… Continue reading Beyond Remote Working: What Today’s Workers Desire in a Job 

How to Improve Your Work-From-Home Workflow

Though remote work is more popular than ever, we all experience some of the same problems we face in the office. Feeling “always on,” distracted, and burning out are all part of working remotely. Here’s a few ways to make the most of working from home.  “Always On” – Setting Boundaries  Just because you’re not… Continue reading How to Improve Your Work-From-Home Workflow

How The Pandemic Taught us to Embrace Change in The Workplace

Sudden changes – like a pandemic – can happen at any moment, and companies that are willing and prepared to adapt to sudden changes or events are the ones that will survive long-term.   According to CNBC, the amount of people searching for remote work jumped a whopping 460% between June 2019 and June 2021. What… Continue reading How The Pandemic Taught us to Embrace Change in The Workplace

Four Ways the Group Leader Can Improve Virtual Conferences

Virtual meetings and sales presentations are here to stay. After a year and a half of working remotely, are you still making the effort to have productive and well-planned virtual meetings?  Here are four ways to improve virtual meeting experiences for attendees and yourself.  Plan and distribute an agenda in advance  Creating an agenda ahead of time will… Continue reading Four Ways the Group Leader Can Improve Virtual Conferences

What Companies Get Wrong About the Hybrid Workforce

It’s time to reassess your company’s hybrid model; are your workforce policies efficient and effective for your employees?  Before March 2020, you may not have been giving too much thought to working from home or working remotely on a regular basis. Fast forward to Fall 2021, and we have been living through a pandemic for a year and a half where… Continue reading What Companies Get Wrong About the Hybrid Workforce

Apple and Other Big Tech Companies Announce Stricter Return-to-Work Standards. How Will Other Industries Respond?

As the pandemic continues in the United States, the question on everyone’s mind remains: will remote work be the new norm?   Tech giants such as Apple, Facebook, and Google, have all made their own statements on what the future of work will look like. Apple and Google have stated their employees must return to the… Continue reading Apple and Other Big Tech Companies Announce Stricter Return-to-Work Standards. How Will Other Industries Respond?

How People Win by Working from Home

With the pandemic nearing its end, people aren’t quite ready to give up working-from-home just yet.  Flexibility: Need to take a break after sending an email? No worries.  So long as work is completed on time and correctly, workers are offered more freedoms and flexibility.   Saving Time: With no need to commute, workers are saved the grueling… Continue reading How People Win by Working from Home