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Reliability and Seasoned Talent
April 26th, 2023

As we transition into the various forms of hybrid work, how reliable are we?  By we, I am referring to seasoned talent categorized as Baby Boomer’s.  Of course, reliability and seasoned talent can vary greatly depending on the individual worker and their specific circumstances.   However, it is possible that older workers who are experienced with hybrid work arrangements may be more reliable than younger workers who are newer to this type of work. One reason for this is that older workers have more experience with time management strategies. Over the course of their careers,  they have developed... Continue Reading

Remote Work Didn’t Recede with Pandemic
March 23rd, 2023

The remote work necessitated by COVID may be here to stay in five English-speaking countries from Australia to the United States. That’s the conclusion from a study of 250 million online job ads – nearly half of them in this country. The number of postings in January that offered remote work for one or more days per week was three to five times larger than the remote work positions advertised on the cusp of the pandemic in 2019. Notably, their numbers increased sharply last year as COVID was retreating. The countries in the study are: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and... Continue Reading

March 23rd, 2023