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Working from home: Absence makes the heart grow fonder

12/08/2020
Nine months into white-collar America’s mass move to remote work, many of us miss the socialization of office life. Others couldn’t be happier working from home.

Snapshot: What’s more difficult since the pandemic began?

12/08/2020
60% of employees say work has become harder during the pandemic, especially those working remotely.

Snapshot: Why employers will continue remote work next year

12/01/2020
More than half of employers plan to have employees working remotely in the first quarter of 2021. More and more say it improves employee retention and engagement.

Survey: One-third embrace 100% remote workforce

11/10/2020
With remote work becoming the new normal, more companies are now willing to not only hire remote workers, but to hire them from anywhere.

90% of firms transformed their business this year

11/03/2020
In a survey of more than 2,800 senior managers in the U.S., nine in 10 respondents said their organization has improved operations or pursued new opportunities as a result of covid-19.

Covid spurs job seekers to relocate, change industries

10/27/2020
In a new report from outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, more job seekers opted to relocate for new opportunities, move to smaller companies and change industries in the second quarter, when initial shutdown orders took effect.

Snapshot: Almost half are fully back to work

10/27/2020
The number of employees working on site has risen sharply since April, when the pandemic forced shutdowns.

BLS: Women’s workforce participation is declining

10/22/2020
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 82,000 women stopped working or looking for work in September, compared to 30,600 men.

Returning to work: Which employees are most uncomfortable … and why?

10/20/2020
As COVID cases continue to spike in parts of the country, a new survey by The Conference Board finds that only 28% of U.S. employees expect to return to the workplace before the end of 2020 and very few (only 1 in 6) say they feel very comfortable returning.

42% would take a pay cut if they could work from home

10/15/2020
Employees are putting their safety, security and personal values over money and titles according to a just-released survey by the WorldatWork total rewards association.