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How Important is Work-Life Balance Anyway? 

The short answer? Very. The long version? Some generations—especially younger Millennials and Gen Z employees—place more emphasis on having a life outside of work than others, to the point that more than half would take a pay cut of up to 20% in exchange for better work-life balance. In today’s fast-paced and demanding work environment, … Continued

How Employee Development Can Help Create Your Future Workforce

According to a 2020 report by the World Economic Forum, the rapid acceleration of automation and economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will shift the division of labor between humans and machines. This means that as technology develops and evolves, the workforce will use more technology, creating more modern, tech-based jobs. The World Economic Forum … Continued

5 Secrets From Project Managers That HR Leaders Can Use

With so many HR and recruiting leaders working with and managing remote or hybrid teams, having a project management mindset is essential. It is critical for meeting deadlines and helping with communication among those involved in the project. Project management is a great way to ensure your team moves forward while allowing ongoing collaboration.  What … Continued

How HR Can Support Employee Mental Health and Wellness

Many employers offer employee assistance programs (EAPs), which typically give employees immediate phone access to a counselor, a limited number of free sessions with a mental health care professional, and referrals to therapists. However, EAP utilization averages below 10 percent, according to multiple studies, consultants, and human resource professionals – likely due to the stigma … Continued

How Internal Mobility Can Help You Keep Your Top Performers

A new study by research firm Workplace Intelligence, conducted in partnership with Amazon, finds that almost three-quarters of Millennial and Gen Z workers plan to quit their jobs in 2023 due to a lack of skills-building opportunities. Employees surveyed are incredibly focused on remedying this situation: 89% said they’re “extremely” or “somewhat” motivated to improve their … Continued