This past summer, as kids squealed with delight that school was out, and working parents everywhere devised plans to keep their kids busy and their bosses happy, Deloitte and independent research firm Workplace Intelligence dropped a bombshell study on Corporate America. The conclusion? America’s workers...

For many clients, the past year has felt like the Wild West in terms of recruiting. With so many companies competing for the same talent, employers have had to up their game. Job postings that worked in past years may no longer be catching the...

The New York Times recently published an article entitled “Are You Happy? Your Boss is Asking”. The article outlines a renewed corporate focus on employee well-being, especially in the current employment market. The article is less about the perks of yore made most famous by Silicon...

In 2017, Manpower Group Solutions, a global provider of HR consulting and outsourcing, did a major study on employee flexibility. In a survey of nearly 15,000 employees worldwide, they found that 40 percent of them listed flexibility in their Top Three criteria when accepting a...

In many areas of life—and work—painful situations or challenges can lead to growth and new opportunities. This is especially relevant in 2022, as many company leaders who have lamented The Great Resignation of the last year, are now turning their attention to “The Great Onboarding”...

As Marcus Buckingham famously said in his co-authored book, First, Break All the Rules: What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently: “Bad managers play checkers with their people and good managers play chess.” However, in today’s red hot employment market, employees seem to be winning...

The New York Times published an article in October 2021 entitled ‘The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them.’ A funny title, yes, but it reflects a moment of dramatic cultural change, as younger workers who have used technology almost since birth...