Temporary staffing revenue shows continued improvement: Pulse survey Released on December 1, 2020, (re-posted from MRINetwork, Pulse) Revenue growth continues to improve among staffing firms taking part in SIA’s Pulse Survey, according to the “US Staffing Industry Pulse Survey Report: November 2020 Selected Highlights,” released Monday. Travel nursing was a particularly bright spot. The report,… Read more »
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Conducting Performance Reviews When Your Team is Remote Workplace dynamics have changed drastically over the last few months. From minimal personal interaction to increased reliance on communication technology, the word “office” has taken on a whole new meaning. As the year-end approaches, this leaves many companies wondering about the best way to conduct performance reviews.… Read more »
Released on November 3, 2020, (re-posted from MRINetwork, Pulse) More companies are now willing to hire remote workers from anywhere, according to research released Monday by The Conference Board. The September survey of more than 330 HR executives — primarily from large US companies — found more than one-third, 36%, are willing to hire workers… Read more »
Employment Summary for October 2020 The U.S. economy added 638,000 non-farm jobs in October, above the 530,000-job growth expected by economists. The unemployment rate declined to 6.6 percent. October is the sixth consecutive month of both job growth and unemployment rate improvement. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported notable job gains in leisure and… Read more »
Tips to Conduct Performance Reviews with Your Remote Teams POSTED ON NOVEMBER 2, 2020, (re-posted from MRINetwork, Pulse) Workplace dynamics have changed drastically over the last few months. From minimal personal interaction to increased reliance on communication technology, the word “office” has taken on a whole new meaning. As the year-end approaches, this leaves many… Read more »
You’ve been working from home for more than six months now, and most likely some of the novelty has worn off. You may love the absence of a long commute and the need to present a professional appearance. But you are likely missing the easy camaraderie of daily contact with co-workers, the ability to pop… Read more »
In the years ahead, when the pandemic is long behind us, people will remember how their companies made them feel during this difficult time. As you lead your mostly remote team in our new World of Work, it’s important to ensure that they stay positive and have confidence that your primary concern is their welfare… Read more »
Released on October 14, 2020, (re-posted from MRINetwork, Pulse) A poll by Express Employment Professionals found that 71% of hiring decision-makers in the US believe looking at job seekers’ social media profiles is an effective way to screen applicants. It also found that 70% believe employers should screen all applicants’ social media profiles, and 67%… Read more »
Manage the Work, Not the People As millions of Americans now work remotely, managers unaccustomed to supervising employees from afar face new challenges in leading and evaluating their team’s performance. Traditional management styles prior to this new World of Work emphasized the need to manage employees effectively to get the best results. Today, however, the… Read more »
Released on October 8, 2020, (re-posted from MRINetwork, Pulse) Only 28% of US workers expect to return to the workplace by the end of this year, according to a poll of more than 1,100 US workers by The Conference Board. Another 38% expect to return to the workplace at some point in 2021 or beyond.… Read more »