Here are five ideas for summer workplace activities that can help your employees stay happy, focused and productive.
The HR calendar at many companies is brutal, and many of us feel we have no control over our schedules. So how do we ask for time off when we fear hearing no?
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Work-life balance is a challenge for many of us in today’s fast-paced and “always-on” world. And if you’re in a leadership position, that challenge is multiplied not only by the people on your own team -- but also by the other employees in your organization. Here are three key ways to model work-life balance for your employees.
Halfway through 2015, it’s time to check base with recruiting strategies and where the hot areas for hiring are throughout the rest of the year. And according to CareerBuilder’s Midyear Job Forecast, the top industries expected to outperform the national average for full-time, permanent hiring in the back half of 2015 include:
Information Technology (56 percent)
Health Care (56 percent)
Hospitality (54 percent)
Financial Services (52 percent)
Manufacturing (52 percent)
Retail (50 percent)
What does this mean for you?
Time off is essential. It gives our colleagues a chance to relax, re-energize and refocus. And as much as is written about work-life balance, that balance doesn’t occur until people can fully detach from their day-to-day roles. Here's why unlimited PTO can work -- and even thrive -- in some workplace environments.
In the world of employment, many hiring trends are predicted for the last half of the year, according to CareerBuilder’s Midyear U.S. Job Forecast -- and some of those things are more favorable than others, depending on how you look at it.
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