When planning to return to the office, the reflex of many is to look, on the one hand, at what employers want and, on the other, at what employees want, as if these two parties were acting independently of each other.
A majority of workers are at the end of their rope or have had enough of their employer. Here is a small list of weird, daring or spectacular resignations, drawn from work of fiction or real life, which gives us pause before committing an irreparable act… or, on the contrary, a beneficial one!
Most companies are about to return to the office in “hybrid” mode, with a minimum requirement to be in the office. And this is confirmed by a more recent ADP Canada survey, where 60% of workers say their plan to return to the office has some form of hybrid schedule.
Jean-Pierre Lauzier, Consultant and Sales Consultant, regularly gives his personal and commercial development advice on Isarta Infos. Today, he addresses essential elements of communication to increase his influence… despite the strengths and weaknesses of his personality.
The meaning that a person gives to his or her work is intimate; it depends on his or her history, personality, values and perceptions. As intimate as it is, managers must deal with this concept on a day-to-day basis as they try to mobilize their troops.
After a year of telework, new strategies emerge to remain productive at home. One of them: establish rituals to make our brains believe that we are in the office rather than at home.
Companies waiting for the end of the pandemic to return to a “traditional” business model may be disappointed. The pandemic has pushed us into the “irreversible” era of a “contactless” economy.
To what extent are teleworkers more or less productive? What are the main obstacles to productivity? How many Canadians would prefer to work from home after the COVID-19 pandemic is over? Read the highlights.
For efficiency, community managers like to be able to schedule their postings in advance. The question then arises is to know at what time of day to program them?
Each year, the probe of the very serious Pew Research Center on the use of social media gives a particularly revealing overview of the major trends in the this field.