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Work from home vs. returning to the office

Remote work

Paying rent for an empty office. Remote work in 2022 and beyond

Working from home forces changes to the work environment

Back in March of 2020, no one knew if they would be in the office or at home. COVID was running rampant with no vaccine in sight. Employers needed to adapt. The biggest change to the workplace was a mass transition to remote work.

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Remote Work: HR shares unspoken pitfalls about working from home

Most employees are not aware of how working remotely can be a career killer. An HR exec outlines the downside to your career around remote work and how to overcome any manager bias around remote work.

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Top reasons your company wants you fired you aren’t aware of

An HR exec lists the top reasons you can be fired by your employer that you weren’t aware of or not taking seriously. We all know the usual reasons for being fired including theft and assault. Here is what you didn’t know you could be fired for.

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How to keep your remote employees engaged

Engaged Remote workforce

We don’t just want engaged remote employees, we want the entire family engaged with the company.

New paradigm, company is made up of remote employees

Like most companies, remote employees our the new paradigm. In the midst of Covid-19, who is to say how long we will be working like this. As an HR ProAm,

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What did I do to my incompetent manager to deserve this?

I have an incompetent manager

Your manager sucks. We have all worked for them. Maybe someone in positional power is an ass and could benefit from feedback for improvement. You may feel your incompetent manager shouldn’t have their role.  We have all thought it at one point in our career and this is OK.

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Getting over the fear of providing employee feedback

employee feedback

This guy has no fear of providing employee feedback for improvement (and a little something extra)

Employee feedback is hard

As a manager, one of the most common, anxiety causing moments is when we need to provide “ employee feedback” for improvement.  No one wants to tell a colleague they are doing something wrong.

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