More people than ever are leaving big cities and choosing to live in more rural settings. Anyone that makes the move, will be living there, working there, and playing there – but at the same time, will be collecting a paycheck from a big city corporation, and makes a direct injection of cash into the local rural economy.
COVID-19 has brought with it an unprecedented shift in how people view work, and how they approach work/life balance. All across the world, office workers are realizing that being in an office at the company headquarters isn’t nearly as important as they thought it was. At the same time, employers are coming to the conclusion that they don’t need 100% of their employees in the office, and that there are significant benefits to allowing workplace flexibility to their workers.
Amidst all of this, there is a growing number of people that aren’t as comfortable as they once were with being in a big city surrounded by large crowds.
Try and take a guess of five names that you know must be on the list? No, you cannot limit your choice to the United States, HR Tech Influencers are all over the world. If the Human Resource Executive and HR Tech Conference team limit the choice in the first edition to, where again now?
Okay, back to the second edition. The HRE and HR Tech Conference team has unveil the second edition of the Top 100 HR Tech Influencers. The visionaries included on this second annual list work across a range of functions—as business executives, HR leaders, consultants, advisors, systems implementers, product leaders, industry analysts and more.
The HRE and HR Tech teams evaluated their records of influence—unique strategies they brought to HR organizations, solutions they’ve introduced, new directions they ushered in that have shaped conversations in the HR-tech marketplace—as well as their potential for continued innovation.
Now more than ever, leaders are needed. Whether it’s CHROs creating innovative benefits packages for struggling workers or product developers pioneering solutions. The work that lies ahead will need the unique human touch that only HR can provide.
COVID-19’s Impact on Life and Work The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted life and work in ways that were unimaginable and will have long-term effects that lead to a new “normal.” With many countries and states beginning to re-open and create plans for the future, it’s becoming clear that going […]
If you have never experienced a toxic time at work, congratulations. It may be that your organisation is small and the leaders are working to maintain a culture of respect and good behavior. Some employees are afraid of ‘rocking the boat’ when experiencing a toxic time at work. This creates a real concern on the effectiveness of counter measures put in place by organisations that desires to address this source of workplace emotional drain.
Why should millions of people face abusive supervisors and bullies at work? These employees are targets of ridicule, threats, or demeaning comments by their manager on a daily basis, which results in decreased satisfaction, productivity, and commitment to the job as well as the organization at large. While direct interactions […]
Meeting tools like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Chat, and Slack have gone from a useful supplement to the primary enablers for daily interactions with co-workers. Workspaces have transferred from company locations to home offices, kitchen tables, and bedrooms. Parents suddenly needed to juggle homeschooling while learning how to be effective remote workers. Working from home during a global pandemic has introduced new formats, patterns, challenges, and even opportunities for people in […]
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When Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan launched Chief in January 2019, their goal was to create a small private network for executive women to receive the resources and support they needed. As C-suite leaders themselves, the founders knew about the lack of mentorship and guidance women received as they […]
At this time, there is a grey area around the greatest source of fear among various worklife issues. While some have lost their job and have serious concern on how to pay their bills, some fear they may soon loss their job, loss the new freedom from working from home once they go back to work or the fear of getting the virus at work or when commuting to work.
Fears surrounding job losses because of the impact of Covid-19 cannot be underplayed. And even if staff haven’t been directly affected by the current pandemic, there’s every chance that the isolation associated with lockdown and the extra pressures on family life and finances will either engender new mental health problems, or exacerbate existing issues for many workers.
So if companies want to retain skilled staff, they’ll have to pay more than lip service to workplace mental health – not only with initiatives like employee assistance counselling services, but also through retraining managers to lead with more emotional intelligence and offering much more flexible working hours and conditions.
The rigid corporate lifestyle that compelled workers to long office hours, often at the expense of family and personal wellbeing, is undergoing a pandemic-inspired revolution.
Many workers are enjoying the flexibility to structure their days as they see fit, from replacing morning commutes with yoga to catching a few rays of sunshine on mid-afternoon walks. And despite the Covid-19 imposed adjustment, workers have remained as productive as ever.
“Working from home can be quite liberating, but it can also end up being a bit of a prison,” Sara Charlesworth
Toyota Motor Co. is now telling eligible employees that they can work from home permanently, rather than “until further notice,” as the company looks at ways to keep employees safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
The employees eligible to take advantage of the plan include clerical and engineering staffers as well as those caring for children or elderly parents. Many white-collar workers are expected to remain home until fall.
That flexibility could save the company some money in the long term, if they discover that there is a large number of people who would prefer working from home and can do so without it impacting the company’s overall operations. This could mean less need for office space. If enough people stay home, teams could be consolidated – in terms of space – requiring fewer offices and, perhaps, even fewer buildings, lowering costs.