We’ve all been there. We hire someone we really believe will be a great hire. Soon, though, it becomes clear it is not a good fit. I had to make the really tough decision [...]
While retail establishments, banks, and government entities are atop the target list of cybercriminals, any unfortified networks—including those of law firms—that maintain valuable corporate and customer data are subject to besiegement.(Deposit photos) [...]
The union bosses of the 1800s who organized workers to fight low wages and unsafe working conditions couldn’t have dreamed of this one: A day when the onus is now on companies to make their staff as happy as possible or risk having no employees at all. That’s possibly the single biggest and most long-lasting effect of a pandemic that sidelined tens of millions of employees for a year or more.
The pandemic has led not only to an unprecedented demand for the construction of new single-family houses but also renovation projects to make space for home offices and virtual learning.
Companies are rethinking their hiring practices post-COVID-19 and are implementing new strategies to attract top talent as job seekers shift some of their priorities moving forward.
Email remains a persistent and versatile marketing tool as compared to more costly digital options. With more than an estimated 4 billion users, the tool provides value in both personal and professional capacities.
The competition to secure qualified talent (especially project managers, technical solutions architects, and business analysts) is intensifying. It is exacerbated the scarcity of potential on-site workers and the growing popularity of telecommuting. Providing remote work options can increase the potential talent pool, but makes it critical for managers to effectively manage remotely.
While reading a recent article – “A Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance to Start Over,” by Arthur Brooks – in The Atlantic, it struck me that the disruption of the pandemic is a pivotal moment in time for how we choose to show up in our lives and shape our work worlds.
As more employers pivot away from working remotely, the question of how to handle unvaccinated employees will come to a head.
Getting clear on the fundamental legal basics of setting up and operating your new business will reduce stress, make it easier to acquire real property or one day sell the business and it will help you stay out of court.