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Survey: Workers blame managers for job stress

09/25/2020
A new survey affirms the workplace adage that employees leave managers, not companies.

Women bear brunt of pandemic job crash

09/08/2020
During the Great Recession of 2007-2009, men lost far more jobs than women did. Not so in the wake of the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.

Snapshot: What has done the most to advance women?

08/25/2020
Women’s suffrage and two employment laws have had the greatest impact on women’s position in the U.S., according to a new poll of both women and men.

SHRM survey: Bad bosses cause most worker stress

08/18/2020
A new Society for Human Resource Management survey affirms the workplace adage that employees leave managers, not companies. Fully 84% of U.S. workers polled said poorly trained managers create a lot of unnecessary work and stress.

Pandemic effects: Longer days, more meetings

08/11/2020
It’s not your imagination: We’re working almost an hour longer every day and attending more meetings since the pandemic began.

Snapshot: Working remotely to limit coronavirus exposure

08/04/2020
The percentage of workers who always work remotely has declined steadily since the beginning of the pandemic. Will the trend continue?

Dept. of Sobering Statistics

08/04/2020
How long until the economy recovers from the coronavirus?

Snapshot: It’s not all bad news!

07/28/2020
Despite the daily drumbeat of negativity, Americans are staying at least somewhat positive.

’Fess up, teleworkers! Who’s even wearing pants?

07/21/2020
Sure, we try to look presentable during Zoom meetings. But let’s face it: Fashion only matters from the waist up these days.

Half of employees say HR is not trustworthy

07/21/2020
A full one-half of 1,000 American workers surveyed by the career site Zety said they think their HR department is “not trustworthy.”