Doing away with the office in the post-pandemic world may be counterproductive. Here are four reasons as to why keeping the office alive could be the more reasonable approach.
Most of us have been working from home over the last few months, but are we really working in the most efficient way? It’s easy to go off schedule, work too much, or even develop bad habits while working away from the structure of our regular day at the office.
Receiving an invite to a job interview feels great until we start stressing over it. The stress becomes even more when the interview is virtual.
The response to COVID-19 on the part of organizations across Canada has demonstrated that flexible working arrangements can work. By carefully considering what fits your corporate culture, operational needs and employee desires, flexibility can be a boon for employee productivity and organizational success.
Finding the right hire is a top priority for businesses, but it’s just as important to have a solid new hire on-boarding strategy. And hiring in a time of physical distancing doesn’t make things any easier. To successfully manage on-boarding while working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new employee on-boarding checklist that goes beyond the basics is a must. If you’re looking for advice to get new team members ramped up and integrated with the team, read on for our ultimate guide on how to on-board staff remotely.
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