As coronavirus cases continue to increase in multiple states across the United States, a new survey conducted by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence finds that public sector employees are deeply worried about their personal safety, family finances, job loss, furloughs, and pay and benefit reductions. Despite these concerns, the research also shows that public sector employees value serving their communities during this difficult time.
It takes a time of significant crisis – like the one we find ourselves in now – to appreciate how the whole system should work with the critical inclusion of public health professionals. I would suggest it is time to understand and formally integrate public health into our daily work in healthcare and across all industries.
Today’s post is submitted by Chris Mullen, new executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos. Here he reviews The Workforce Institute's 2020 global workplace predictions published in January, in light of the changing social landscape and the persistence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When I consider the long-term implications of the global shock that is Covid-19, the one permanent change I believe we will see is in the way in which big business organizes work.
This is my last post as Executive Director of the Workforce Institute. This podcast is a conversation between incoming Executive Director Chris Mullen. Like the Beatles said, Hello Goodbye.
I've distilled 42 years of mistakes into my top five career lessons learned. I hope they'll help you save time and prosper.
Workforce Institute board member and HR expert David Creelman talks about 5 things you should know about your employees post pandemic.
Managing a business with frontline workers during a global pandemic is extremely difficult. Employers need to rethink their operations from small gestures to fundamental assumptions.
4 Day Week advocates Andrew Barnes and Charlotte Lockhart discuss explain how to boost productivity and employee loyalty by giving people back their time.
The world is beginning to emerge from quarantine. Many workers have been remote for months. As things open up, how is work shifting at home?
Dennis Miller, AVP of HR for the Claremont Colleges, shares tips to care for Gen Z mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing is, hopefully, working to reduce the number of people who will get seriously ill and die from COVID-19. But it's going to need to go on a lot longer. The isolation, essential as it may be, may have mental health consequences worse than the physical threat. With no end in sight, we working parents are exhausted, beleaguered, and at times hysterical.