Five Reasons to Support Workations

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed us. As businesses, supply chains, and institutions worldwide attempt to recover and move forward, one thing is certain: There is no going back. Since the pandemic, a record number of people left the workforce or changed jobs. According to a PwC survey of more than 52,000 workers in 44 countries, […]

How employers can drive inclusivity through job descriptions

In 2022, there are five generations of workers in the U.S. labor market from Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z. Each new generation enters the workforce with different expectations, communication styles, and perspectives. The latest generation, Gen Z is no exception and one of their biggest expectations from employers is an inclusive […]

How to Leverage Social Media in Recruiting

Social Media in Job Search

Recruiters face many tasks when sourcing, engaging, interviewing, submitting and hiring talent. It can often be an exhausting task if you don’t have an organized plan of attack in a candidate driven market. Candidates have many avenues for their job search whether they are actively looking for new opportunities or passively engaging with a company’s […]

Why Inclusion is the most important facet of a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion program

Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs have been in place since the 1960’s in the employment landscape. However, in the last few years, companies have begun implementing it as a core business function. According to a report from McKinsey, companies with diverse workforces have financially outperformed non diverse workforces by 36%. The business case for […]

Disabilities in the Workplace

March is National Disability Awareness Month. Did you know that 19% of the U.S. labor workforce identifies as disabled? The Americans with Disabilities Act defines disability as a physical or mental impairment that limits a person’s ability to complete one or more major life activities. What we may not realize is that many disabilities are […]

To ask or not to ask (if someone is vaccinated): That is the question

The great debate over COVID-19 rages onward, moving from one heated conversation to the next. The latest twist, of course, is getting vaccinated. Adding to the controversy is the question of whether or not an employer has the right to ask. And the answer is yes. Not only is it legal, but the Equal Employment […]

You’re never too old

With heightened sensitivity surrounding diversity in all aspects of life these days, most topics usually lead to racial bias and gender equality. However, age is often the forgotten class when it comes to creating an inclusive workplace. What exactly is ageism? Ageism, or age discrimination, is prejudice on the basis of someone’s age; whether it […]

Millennials: Shaping the future of the workplace

Millennials now make up a third of the workforce. So, what should that mean for businesses looking to hire and retain these younger employees? It seems that every generation has concerns about the generations that follow. And just because a generation is different than the one prior, it doesn’t necessarily have to mean worse. Millennials, […]

On or off?

If anyone out there is like me, listening to music while doing mundane tasks can make everything much more tolerable. Whether it be cooking, cleaning, or doing yardwork, listening to a playlist of my favorite songs can even makes chores seem fun (especially if no one is around and I can sing). So naturally, extensive […]

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