Coworking Pivots to Help Businesses Survive Covid-19

Image from Pixaby More than 24 million businesses in the U.S. have less than five employees and few support systems exist for aspirational owners. Enter Room2work, a shared office and warehouse space specifically designed for non-digital businesses who have outgrown their home office or garage. The thoroughly modern coworking space in suburban Atlanta combines digital mail Read More …

Workplace Fairness: Comprehensive Resource on Workplace Rights

Photo by Marcus Aurelius from Pexels Currently, no matter what your industry, going to work means potentially exposing yourself to a deadly new virus. Unfortunately, many employers are prioritizing profits over employee safety. Now that states are opening up after COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, the national nonprofit, Workplace Fairness (WF), advocates for workers’ rights and has updated its Know Read More …

How To Be a Good Boss During Stressful Times

Although some employees are able to work from home or take paid sick leave during the coronavirus outbreak, many others still have to come in to work. This is a stressful time for everyone, especially those without the luxury of staying home. If you are a manager, supervisor or other leader, it’s likely that you Read More …

The Boss Effect: Choose Your Boss Wisely

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   Job seekers often take considerable time to research jobs and the companies while taking very little time to evaluate the bosses they’d be working for. But it’s important to be intentional about the people you choose as your bosses. Choosing the right (or wrong) boss can have a lasting impact on your Read More …

Creating a Path for Solidarity in the Workplace

by Kami J. Anderson, PhD   In this article, I will frame a lot of questions for you to consider when examining your recruitment and retention efforts. We are not expecting you to immediately address all of these questions, but they are a good roadmap to help you along. Through my work with my co-author, Read More …

The Best and Worst Work Environments 2019

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   Looking for a job can be stressful, especially when you’re fresh out of school. Pitching your capabilities to a potential employer, making a foolproof resume, and bargaining for a reasonable salary present a challenge even to the most academically accomplished graduates. In interviews, you may be asked loaded questions like “where do Read More …

How Employers Can Prevent High Turnover

Photo by mentatdgt from Pexels   According to a report by Gallup, 51% of American workers are actively looking for a different job and those who have already made a switch have collectively cost businesses $1 trillion. Aside from the cost of training new workers, there are several hidden costs that come with high turnover: a decline in team Read More …

How Much Should You Sacrifice for Success?

Actress, CEO, Olympian…these are all dream jobs for many people. Unfortunately, as we’ve seen in recent months, many of those who’ve achieved success have sacrificed a lot. Gymnasts were abused by Larry Nassar and actresses have spoken out about harassment by powerful men in Hollywood. And these are just those who feel safe enough to Read More …