There isn't a short answer to how we go back to the office. But the hybrid work environment is here to stay and highly preferred, overall. In an ADP global survey of 25,000 employees before the pandemic, the most engaged were those working from home three or more days a week.
The sheer number of possible points of attack themselves make the task of cybersecurity overwhelming for most non-tech businesspeople. And, when things become overwhelming, we push them to the back burner.
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are readily available, employers must wrestle with how, when and if they should mandate employees be vaccinated against the coronavirus, and whether or not to grant exceptions based on religious beliefs.
The commercial lease is one of the foundational documents in today’s business world. Each day, landlords and tenants of every size and in every sector of the economy negotiate and execute these agreements, each, presumably, with the goal of entering into a long, mutually beneficial relationship.
Soaring Materials Costs, Supply-chain Problems & Project Cancellations Continue To Impact Construction Industry One Year Into Pandemic
One year after the pandemic struck, construction firms are experiencing soaring materials costs, widespread supply-chain problems, and continuing project deferrals and cancellations, according to a new survey that the Associated General Contractors of America released in June.
Fortunately for employers, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission just gave them a binary choice in regard to incentivizing vaccines, by drawing a key distinction based on who administers the shot.
According to IBM, 74% of organizations admit that their cybersecurity plans are either ad-hoc, applied inconsistently or they have no plans at all. That’s especially the case with small-to-medium enterprises, 60% of which lack working and up-to-date cybersecurity policies.
Human resource executives predict companies that make a conscious effort to create healthy work environments in the post-pandemic era will have a critical edge in recruiting and retaining top talent.
As many of us reenter the world and reopen brick and mortar locations, we have to think about how to protect another precious resource: time.
Employers should conduct their operations and train their employees to work under the assumption that an inspection can occur at any time. Accordingly, preparation is critical. With that in mind, here are five steps that an employer can take today to be better prepared for its next OSHA inspection: