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Photo credit   Forbes Future of Work 50 was just recently published and it talks about important matters at hand - the evolution of work pre and post pandemic. The future of work may highlight more how work life has changed the past three years, from changes to work setup, staffing challenges and encompassing them, technology and tools that sprung to life to support in all aspects. More than these things, it is important to...
The American Opportunity Index was recently launched by The Burning Glass Institute of Harvard Business School to provide insight on which large companies are doing great when it comes to advancing their workers' situation. It has some scorecard and data analytics in place to track outcomes for the American workforce. These data are focused on worker outcomes encompassing career history, job posting and salary sources. A total of 250...
Photo Credit   The Forbes just reported which among organizations in the USA are considered best employers. Although opinion may vary per employee to employee but this study done by Forbes in partnership with market research group Statista came out with majority of employees response including how a company is perceived in different parts of the nation. They surveyed 70,000 Americans employed by business with at least 500...
Photo credit   After two years of our battle with Covid-19 and various health issues. One of the many reforms each organization has considered is really uplifting the perks and benefits of their employees. Top of mind in that aspect is really the Health and Wellness program, which can include HMO coverage expansion, additional time off days and many more. Companies tend to this now as one of the retention strategies to ensure...