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A ‘Great Breakup’ – Female Leaders Switching Jobs in Unprecedented Numbers, Survey Shows by Kim Elsesser

According to a recent survey conducted by and McKinsey, female leaders are leaving their companies at higher rates than men. This gap between men and women leaving their jobs is the largest yet, based on data from over 40,000 employees across 330 companies. The survey found that for every woman promoted to the director […]

Great Resignation quitters got big raises – now, they’re worried about their job security

The recent trend of employees quitting their jobs in search of higher-paying positions, also known as the “Great Resignation,” has left many new hires worried about the security of their job in the face of a potential recession. According to a survey conducted by KPMG, 91% of CEOs believe that a recession is on the […]

66% of American workers are worse off financially than a year ago due to inflation, report finds

The current state of economics in the United States is pulling many Americans underwater. A report from CNBC, “66% of American workers are worse off financially than a year ago due to inflation” by Jessica Dickler summarizes the findings from a report conducted by Salary Finance. Findings show that an increasing number of Americans are […]

50% of workers are burned out and ‘productivity paranoia’ could be making it worse: ‘People are just worn down’ by Morgan Smith 

Employees are experiencing “productivity paranoia” as they continue to work in hybrid environments. This paranoia is due to feelings of general burnout from employees and employers as reported in the article “50% of workers are burned out and ‘productivity paranoia’ could be making it worse ‘People are just worn down” by Morgan Smith ( Smith […]

SHRM Report: Resilient Organizations Are Inclusive Ones

Organizations across various industries have experienced some of the most turbulent global challenges in the workforce. From the global pandemic to the great resignation, organizations are trying to stay afloat as they adjust to a constantly changing “new normal” in their fields. Interestingly, it is apparent that some organizations faired far better during these past […]

The Class of 2022 Is on The Scene and They know What They want, and don’t…

The colligate graduating class of 2022 is entering a job market where positions are copious. In the U.S., employment opportunities are rapidly approaching an all-time high, and employers are scrambling to attract and retain these recent college graduates from the Class of 2022, according to recently published stats from the National Association of Colleges and […]

4 Key Reasons Why Employee Training & Development Matters

One: Increased Productivity In Business Vancouver, Karmen Blackwood details the increased productivity in employees when quality training is implemented. Employees don’t only gain knowledge with extra training, but they also gain confidence as well. Confidence and a constant inflow of relevant knowledge helps employees make better decisions and become more efficient and motivated workers. Two: […]