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By Andrew Sowell on Monday, May 16, 2022
The “Great Resignation” has made it clear that leaders need to develop and retain their talent for their businesses to maintain agility in the face of challenges. Growing workforces from within through professional development programs are key for resilience and long-term success.
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Are you ready to re-open your business and bring your staff back into the workplace, but unsure of how to keep them safe?
In the era of COVID-19, the issue of what employers can reveal about employees' health is a more significant issue than ever before.
In this day and age most people have at least one social media account. In fact, in a report published by GlobalWebIndex, the average person now has 7.6 social media accounts, and 98% have at least one social network account.
Statistics shows that Americans spend at least 2 hours per day using their social media accounts. Who would like to wager a portion of that time is spent monitoring social media accounts during the work day? And, as an employer, what can you do about the content that your employees post online? The answer to those questions may seem disheartening to some.
Social media has saturated our daily lives in a variety of ways, including our working lives. As an employer, the question you may have is, what qualifies as the appropriate use of social media in the workplace?