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Article | August 5, 2020
Working from home seems to be a new normal for people across the world. While working from home can be a fantastic opportunity, it can also be incredibly isolating and challenging—especially if you're used to going into the office. Buffer's 2020 State of Remote Work revealed that communication/collaboration and loneliness were the most common challenges for remote workers.
Article | August 7, 2020
This seems to be a common question HR managers and company executives hear these days, especially during a global pandemic where many are struggling financially. Interest in these programs is growing. Employers are increasingly aware that employees are struggling financially and need help beyond what traditional benefits like health insurance and retirement benefits can offer. Nearly half of employees are stressed about their finances and a quarter are distracted at work as a result.
It's no wonder many employees are stressed out about money. Almost half of employees don't have enough money in savings to cover 3 months of living expenses should they need it and nearly half say they have a hard time paying their expenses.
Article | August 12, 2020
The term 'burnout' has been around for a while now, but we're starting to see and hear more about employees 'burning out' in recent years.
The World Health Organisation are now officially recognising employee burnout as a major health risk, but in the past, burnout symptoms have often been misinterpreted as tiredness, disengagement or even laziness. Fast forward and a Gallup survey has found that the top five reasons for employee burnout are actually.
Article | March 10, 2020
On its surface, compliance doesn’t seem like an issue that should require much evangelizing. After all, no reputable organization sets out to violate regulations, ignore established best practices, or otherwise put itself in harm’s way. Even so, human resources compliance can take some serious investments in time, money, and energy. Those three words tend to give pause to upper management, so bolstering the case for HR compliance is in everyone’s best interests.
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