Many Employees Long to Stay Home Even as Workplaces Reopen

By Nicholas Dolinger   April 18, 2022 Updated: April 18, 2022 After two years in which remote work has seen an unprecedented renaissance, many workplaces are returning to in-person work. But for many employees, faced with rising costs and onerous commutes, the return to brick-and-mortar offices is far from welcome. Office occupancy, which hit an all-time lowRead More

Onboarding Your First Remote Hire

Now that WFH has become the norm rather than the exception and many companies have moved to hiring new employees without ever meeting in person, the next step in adapting to the new World of Work is to build onboarding practices that can accommodate new hires starting from a home office. Employee onboarding is essentialRead More

One-third of companies willing to hire 100% remote workers

Released on November 3, 2020 More companies are now willing to hire remote workers from anywhere, according to research released Monday by The Conference Board. The September survey of more than 330 HR executives — primarily from large US companies — found more than one-third, 36%, are willing to hire workers who are fully remoteRead More

Why Every Organization Should Rethink Its Policy on Hiring Remote Team Members

In the wake of COVID-19, many organizations had to swiftly transition into remote workplaces. Prior to this, only 3.6% of the American workforce worked from home. After the pandemic, for many companies, this was something completely new that they had not ever implemented. However, hiring remote employees can actually have a positive impact on theRead More