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How Leadership Can Prevent Their Team From Burnout (Infographic)

Posted by JOHNLEONARD on Oct 12, 2021 10:30:00 AM

Sunday, October 10, was World Mental Health Day, dedicated to raising awareness and promoting mental health across the globe. After 19 months of working from home during the Covid pandemic, employers are making burnout and mental health more of a priority. For organization leaders, it’s imperative to recognize and address when an employee is experiencing job burnout. Whether your employees have remained at work, continue to work remotely, or are transitioning back to the office, view our infographic below for tips on how you can help alleviate burnout and support your employees.

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Why A Change of Scenery Boosts Remote Work Productivity and Your Mental Health

Posted by Jennifer Kuchy on Sep 30, 2021 11:02:29 AM

As we’re inching toward the end of 2021 and reflect on all that has changed in the last 17 months, for better or for worse, working from home is the new normal. While many may be slowly returning to office life, some are not. Hybrid work models and remote work seem as if they’re here to stay, pandemic or not. Being at home for some people can prove challenging if you tend to thrive in a more structured, social environment, and for others, they’re perfectly happy and productive in a work-from-home scenario.

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Tips for Your First Day at a New Job

Posted by Alli Kuchy on Sep 23, 2021 10:00:00 AM

Starting a new job is very exciting but can also be nerve-wracking. In the world we live in today, the first day of a new job can look different for many people as different organizations are operating either fully remote, hybrid, or in-office. Here are tips on how you should approach these different working environments on your first day, so you make a great first impression.

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How to Combat the Great Resignation as an Employer

Posted by Alli Kuchy on Aug 17, 2021 10:30:00 AM

Resignation rates are at an all-time high – a record 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone, according to the Labor Department. And, 41% of workers globally are considering leaving their current employer this year, according to a survey from Microsoft. The pandemic has given employees multiple reasons to rethink their careers. Since COVID hit, many people have experienced employee burnout and are on the search for a job that offers more money, flexibility, and better benefits and work-life balance. People have had time to reflect on what they want to do and how they want to spend their time, which has led to employees changing their career paths and even retiring early.

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How to Find a Summer Internship Fit for You

Posted by Alli Kuchy on Jul 1, 2021 10:00:00 AM

Finding summer internship opportunities can be challenging right now due to COVID-19 restrictions still in place for organizations and the current state of the job market. If you’re a student or recent college graduate looking to gain real-life work experience, consider these tips to help guide you to find an internship you love this summer.

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2021 Commercial Real Estate Outlook: 5 Trends That Will Have a Substantial Impact Post–Pandemic

Posted by Robert Harvie on Jun 17, 2021 12:08:36 PM

As we approach the midway point of 2021, it is still a bit unclear as to how the pandemic will fully impact commercial real estate in the long run. Through the course of the early part of this year, downtown Boston occupancy rates have been reported in the 8%- 12% range. A recent report shows a significant increase of available sublease space right now. Many organizations will be dramatically decreasing their "in office" footprint due to work from home capabilities. Obvious factors are contributing toward this mindset such as company shutdowns, quarantines, and of course social distancing. Many organizations do not want to pay rent for empty office space, so some may adopt a more permanent work from home policy. For example, many larger organizations made recent announcements that they will only need half of their space as they go to a full remote or hybrid model.

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Tips to Help You Transition Back to The Office Post-Pandemic (Infographic)

Posted by JOHNLEONARD on May 27, 2021 10:00:00 AM

All COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted on May 29th, which means organizations of all kinds will need to prepare to safely reopen and bring their employees back to the office. Transitioning back to an in-office environment after working remotely for 15 months can be difficult and stressful. To help ease the shift back, follow the advice below.

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Why You Should Accept a Temporary “Bridge” Job Right Now

Posted by Lexi Albrecht on May 13, 2021 10:00:00 AM

After a year of change and challenge, many people are rethinking and reflecting on what they want from their careers. Job seekers have had to be extremely patient with their job search journey due to the unsteady job market. The labor market has experienced numerous shifts throughout the pandemic, with an increased demand for temporary workers - especially in certain industries. While job seekers search for their dream job, many have pursued temporary work as a way to get back to work, earn money, or as a pathway to get to the next step in their career, even if it is only for a short period of time.

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Tips to Help You Transition Back to The Office Post-Pandemic

Posted by Ally Daglio on Apr 22, 2021 11:00:00 AM

Over a year ago, organizations shut down and employees worldwide suddenly had to pack up their offices and work 100% remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, as the vaccine is being distributed, and precautions have been put in place, many organizations are optimistically looking to safely bring employees back to the office and adjusting to our “new normal”.

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Tips for Negotiating Salary During a Pandemic (Video)

Posted by JOHNLEONARD on Apr 13, 2021 10:00:00 AM

As we continue to face the global pandemic, many people are wondering if now is an appropriate time to negotiate salary.  Throughout the past months, we've seen record-high layoffs, furloughs, hiring freezes, and unemployment rates. Despite the current economy, you can still ask for a raise or promotion. Watch our video if you're unsure how to negotiate in this job market.

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