Workforce Institute 2019 Roundup

Today’s post is submitted by Joyce Maroney, Executive Director of the Workforce Institute. Here we review our top viewed posts and other things we’re proud of in 2019. Here’s what caught your fancy during this turbulent year.

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We also produced a lot of articles and podcasts that were viewed by over 50,000 visitors. If you’d like to see the highlights of what you may have missed, our top 10 viewed articles are listed below. Our visitors have a variety of interests – from employee experience to the 4-day workweek and Game of Thrones. We hope you’ll check these out and subscribe to our site in order to join us as we begin a new decade.

Top Posts of 2019:

The Scientific Method Isn’t Just for Scientists

Employee Self-Care: 10 Ways Organizations Can be Supportive

#GoT is Ending – Absence is Coming

The Case for the 4-Day Workweek

Wonolo – Has Uber for Temp Staffing Arrived?

Absence is Coming: 27.2 Million U.S. Workers Say the Final Night’s Watch May Kill Job Productivity, Attendance

What’s Your Manager Effectiveness Index?

Strategies to Increase Women Leaders in the Workplace

Meet Gen Z – Optimistic and Anxious

The Availability Trap

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