Smart business owners and company executives are sweetening the pot in attracting workers by offering better workplace environments and benefits. Among these is more emphasis on a work-life balance, which employees today value as a perk that positively impacts their well-being.
Companies worldwide cut a record number of jobs in 2020 as the Covid pandemic swamped countries like a wave. As a result, nearly 10 million Americans were unemployed as of March 2021, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. But since then, a hiring spree has seen companies and businesses bring on new talent. Recent data also suggests that many people sheltered in their jobs during the pandemic. Some of them may now be willing to make a move.
Many businesses closed their doors while others cut back during the coronavirus pandemic. As the nation reopens, businesses play a pivotal role in supporting a safe return to work for their employees.
Micromanaging. It’s easy to do, and it’s usually difficult to identify in your own management style. But micromanaging can be detrimental to a business.
When a business has engaged employees who are dedicated to the success of the company, the business is bound to flourish.