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Survey Says: Work-from-Home Jobs Are Here to Stay!

If you’ve been wondering how long work-at-home jobs will continue to be a trend in the American workforce, a recent Gallup update of monthly employment trends might answer that question for you. According to Gallup’s September 2021 findings, 45% of workers in the US who held part-time jobs were working from home either all of the time (25%) or part-time (20%). These figures are consistent with those from both July and August of 2021.

How Remote Jobs Can Save Your Company from the Great Resignation

Thanks to COVID-19 and all the repercussions of that pandemic, the workforce in the US may never be the same. One excellent example is what came to be known in 2021 as the “Great Resignation,” where millions of workers quit their jobs without having another one in the queue. This unprecedented event left thousands upon thousands of companies desperately needing to hire a workforce that simply wasn’t interested in taking those jobs.

Recruiting and Hiring the Right Employees to Fill Remote Jobs

If you’re like many employers, you’ve probably already made the transition involved in allowing at least some of your employees to work from home. But making that transition, and adjusting to managing a remote team rather than an on-site workforce, is only half the battle. The other half comes when it’s time to fill remote job vacancies. How do you choose which workers are best suited for telecommuting?

Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Let Your Employees Work from Home

Even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, when so many businesses were enabling their employees to work from home, some employers are still hesitant. Whether that’s due to concerns over employee productivity, uncertainty of how to set up staff members to work remotely, or any number of other reasons, some company executives are still not comfortable with their employees telecommuting. If you’re one of those, we’ve written this article for you.

Which Industries Offer the Most Fully Remote Jobs?

Remote work has taken the world by storm since the COVID-19 pandemic began in early 2020. Workers who had never before experienced fully remote jobs were expected to conform to this “new normal.” And while it might have been hard at first for some employees, the vast majority did adjust and actually came to embrace working from home full-time.

Why Offering Work-from-Home Job Flexibility Should be Part of Your Recruitment Package

Since the global pandemic started in early 2020, millions of employees around the globe have been working from the comfort of their own homes. What once seemed to be foreign now feels completely normal – so much so, in fact, that a lot of people would now actually prefer to work from home as opposed to traveling back and forth to an office each day.

Choosing a Hybrid Work Model for Your Company

The COVID-19 pandemic greatly changed the way many Americans work. The exponential increase in remote work opportunities and the number of people that work from home was unlike anything most of us have seen in our lifetimes. And now, as the access to safe and effective vaccines increases and the U.S. begins to return to “normal,” it’s understandable that our work situations would once again start to evolve.

Managing Remote Employees: Writing Performance Evaluations for Remote Workers

There’s no doubt about it: COVID 19 has changed the way we live in so many ways. Not the least of those is how we work. Since the beginning of the pandemic, countless employers from all around the US and the world have allowed their employees to work from home.

Overcoming the Greatest Challenges of Leading a Remote Team

Even in the best of circumstances – like working with an already-established team in a traditional office environment, for example – leading a team comes with some challenges. But when your team members are scattered across a variety of different locations, successfully leading that group of people can be especially challenging. Fortunately, there are some strategies you can use to overcome those issues and ensure the success of your team.

Ways to Improve Work Performance of Remote Teams

Anyone who has managed or led the activities of a team in a workplace knows all too well how challenging it can be to improve the work performance of that team. Thankfully, there are some standard methods to use if you’re in a typical office environment – methods such as regular team meetings, in-person team-building exercises, recognition of individual efforts in meeting settings, and establishing a positive work environment, for example.

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