Data indicates that employers are hiring more remote senior roles as they decide to sustain remote workforces.
When the scourge of COVID-19 is behind us, what will that mean for organizations that changed from onsite to remote work? Do they go back to mainly in-person work or keep the current status quo? Many companies are choosing a third, blended option: hybrid workplaces.
Leading employees from afar was just one of many challenges that workplace managers had to tackle these past 12 months.
What should an employer do when an employee gift-exchange goes off the rails? How can a manager get an employee to come to work on time? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.
What have HR professionals and their organizations learned from working during COVID-19 in the last year? SHRM Online collected the following responses about how the pandemic changed the way work gets done.
The government of Canada said it is committed to making the largest investment in Canadian history to train its skilled and multicultural workforce for the 2030s and beyond.