In this podcast, Neil Reichenberg, Workforce Institute board member and the longtime executive director of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources, shares his expertise on how to provide flexibility for jobs requiring presence.
17.5 million American workers will reportedly miss work the day after Super Bowl LIV – making Monday, Feb. 3, the largest-ever anticipated day of Super Bowl Fever since The Workforce Institute at Kronos began tracking this phenomenon in 2005.
Our research says 72% of American workers would like access to their wages before payday, but only 6% have that access. 53% of workers experience stress at work due to financial problems. What can employers due to ease this stress?
In this lively tweet chat, HR luminaries discuss what it means - and what it takes - to create a better working environment for ALL employees.
Lots of people worldwide would like a 4-day work week and some organizations have made that happen. What's stopping your organization from doing so?
Frontline workers make up most of the workforce around the globe, yet their jobs are often not considered in discussions about work/life balance, career growth, employee experience, creative benefits, etc. Nurses, firefighters, truck drivers and mechanics are just a few examples of workers who must be present in a specific place and at a specific time to perform their jobs. However, much of the common wisdom intended to boost employee experience at work assumes jobs that can be done remotely via a laptop. In this book, we’ll share insights that can work for those whose jobs require being present as well as those with “laptop” jobs that can be done virtually anywhere.
This post is submitted by Alanna Fincke and Linda Natansohn from Kronos partner meQuilibrium. They help organizations become more successful by developing resilient employees.
Our research says 70% of people worldwide believe they can do their boss's job better.
Like most workers, those who are on the frontline workers cant get enough summer time. Are you helping them do so?
Imagine it is 2030. Today, it’s quite normal to communicate with your computer in the same way you interact with human beings. You can use natural language, show your emotions, and use gestures and your computer understands you.
So, how does one go about creating opportunities to learn about and experience other cultural and business environments? Here are a few DIY examples of strategies to own the development of your own global mindset.
Tax incentives to create telecommuting jobs are great - except for workers who have to commute.