Strategies that can attract and retain employees
Here are some approaches to consider on preventing current employees from quitting their jobs and attracting new employees to join your workplace
Leadership in times of crisis
For the past two years, the pandemic has disrupted how the workplace functions and how our individual team members have adapted within the workplace. This has required leaders to react quickly and re-evaluate how their organizations operate
Productivity: Considerations for the future
If we’ve learned anything in the past eighteen months, it is how we had to adjust to doing things in ways that we’ve never encountered before. Every workplace has been forced to adapt to new ways of doing business.
Working from home -
Navigating new challenges
During these unprecedented times, who would have thought that many of us would be working in our homes during all of our working hours? Whether this has been part-time or full-time, most employees and employers are enjoying many benefits such as zero commuting time, less exposure to the Coronavirus, and less overhead for the employer.
Impact on Women and their careers in the last 2 years
The pandemic has impacted many groups of people and made the inequality even more prevalent for women. Women have often struggled with work life balance;, trying to sort out childcare, looking after elderly relatives plus other family challenges.
Evolution of the Workplace - Are you ready?
Who would have thought two years ago that we would now be wondering about the future of our workplace?
I have read many articles that state that due to technology, we have moved at least 10 years into the future in how we are working today!
Mental health impacts
during a crisis
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, it has never been more critical for employers to support their employees’ mental health in the workplace. In these uncertain times, regular work rules do not apply, and many concerns require careful consideration.