Day: August 18, 2020

Returning to Work: 4 Things You Should Be Asking In Your Employee Survey

By Claire Hastwell and Marcus Erb. If your return-to-work survey is only asking employees about face shields and hand sanitizer stations, you’re not asking the questions that will help you steer your business through the uncertainty of returning to the office after quarantine. Employees’ concerns run much deeper than protocols. What’s crucial right now is asking …

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3 Strategies for a Thriving Post-COVID Workplace From Best Workplaces™

“It pains me to say this after investing in new facilities just prior to COVID, but we may never return to the office in the way we operated before,” Ken Booth, CFO of Credit Acceptance declared in a recent Great Place to Work® webinar. “Many employees have asked to continue to work remotely and we can see this …

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The Crucial Role of Reliable and Trustworthy Managers During A Recession

Earlier this week, I was on a Zoom meeting with a senior leader from a well-known global organization. It was clear from the outset of the call that she was distracted and struggling with an interaction she had with her leader. “Do you want to talk about it?” I asked her. She described a situation that …

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It’s Time to Rethink Job Perks for a Post Pandemic World

How do companies retain and attract talent if they don’t have an actual place for employees to go to anymore? What kinds of things do employees want to see if remote work becomes the new normal? Buffet-style cafeterias, exotic team retreats and spa services feel like a lifetime ago – and it’s unlikely they’ll return …

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