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