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Relatively few employees continue to work remotely

The percentage of employees working remotely has fallen to near pre-pandemic levels, according to data released in early April by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Tracking your turnover metrics

With unemployment figures remaining low and vacancies often hard to fill, companies keep a watchful eye on retention rates. Smart managers, though, go beyond corporate stats—they scrutinize the turnover metrics of their own teams.

5 more HR metrics to track

We previously shared five HR metrics to track: headcount, turnover, diversity, compensation and total cost of workforce. Here are five more, according to that report by Visier, people analytics software provider.

5 HR metrics you should be tracking

Here are five HR metrics to track, according to Visier, a people analytics software provider.

Snapshot: Why employees want to return to work

Employers think festivities like pizza parties will make on-site work attractive again. Employees, not so much.

Snapshot: Diverging perspectives on workplace equity

HR professionals and employees of color view diversity, equity and inclusion efforts almost entirely differently.

Less than 1 in 10 ‘committed’ to their employer

The pandemic has put a strain on all relationships, including the employer-employee kind.

Snapshot: 71% of employers have changed return plans

The rise of omicron cases caused many employers to scuttle their plans for returning to the workplace.

Tops on worker wish lists: hybrid work arrangements

Flexibility about where and when to work is no longer a unique recruiting tool—it’s an expected element of a professional workplace, like a health plan and 401(k).

Omicron further delays the back-to-the-office push

Nearly half (44%) of companies have altered their reopening plans because of the Omicron variant, says a new Gartner survey.