Tag: Future Of Work

What’s Still Driving the Great Resignation — And What Do Employers Need to Know Now?

The February jobs report showed signs of life for the U.S. employment outlook — a surprisingly strong 678,000 positions were added, with widespread growth across industries, led by the leisure and hospitality, healthcare and construction sectors. The unemployment rate also decreased to 3.8 percent, down from 4 percent in January. Clearly things are headed in […]

New Year, Same Jobs Situation? A Revived Outlook for 2022

When we last took a look at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics “Employment Situation” survey (a.k.a. the monthly jobs reports we hear so much about), it was last fall. Omicron was just another letter in the Greek alphabet, the Great Resignation was all the rage and people were debating if they could gather safely […]

The Great Office Reopening? A State of the Workplace Report

As we enter 2022, how the pandemic impacts our workplaces seems as uncertain as at any point during the past two years. A new variant, less-than-clear mandates, uneasy staff and work outages due to rapidly spreading illness mean employers are faced with tough decisions about reopening their operations and requiring workers to return. They’re also […]

The Top 5 Ways to Attract Talent and Improve Employee Retention in Today’s Job Market

It’s been headline news for several months now, and the Great Resignation of 2021 continues to redefine workplaces across the world. According to a recent report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a record 4.4 million people quit their jobs in September.  This mass exodus has employers scratching their heads and scrambling to right […]