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Business News

Google Wants Employees Back in the Office, Considering 'Attendance' in Performance Reviews

In an email, a Google executive reportedly told employees that many new features and products unveiled during Google's developer conference last month were "conceived, developed, and built by teams working side by side."

Leadership

Are Employees Truly More Ethical in the Office? A Behavioral Economist Debunks This Deeply Rooted Belief.

Many leaders claim that employees are more ethical in the office, where they can see them — conversely, they're less ethical when working from the home office. Well, that conventional wisdom has been busted.

Leadership

The Apple Vision Pro Will Revolutionize Remote Work — Just Not for Apple Employees. Here's Why.

The Apple Vision Pro headset will facilitate flexible work — undermining the tech giant's inflexible top-down approach.

Employee Experience & Recruiting

How AI is Helping Us Break Free From The 9-to-5 Grind

Explore the transformative impact of AI in reshaping work hours and fostering flexibility for a healthier work-life balance.

Leadership

The Return to Office Movement is Causing a Mental Health Crisis. Employers Are Part of The Problem — But They Can Be Part of The Solution.

Employee mental health substantially worsened with the return to office demands, and it's causing disengagement and low morale. The solution demanded by employees is the answer.

Business News

Meta Commands Workers Back to Office, Says It's 'Easier to Build Trust in Person'

Employees will be expected to show up in person three days a week.

Leadership

The Real Reason Why The Return to Office Movement is Failing is Revealed in New Study

There is a vivid sign of the disconnect between employees and their workplace, a glaring indication that companies need to revise their scripts to improve their hybrid and remote work policies.

Life Hacks

How to Make 6 Figures Right Out Of College

Don't get stuck in the system and break out using this method.

Leadership

45% of Millennials Now Have Plans to Buy a Home in Suburbia — and It Has Everything to Do With This Work Policy

In the grand game of real estate, the suburbs are not just surviving — they're thriving — and it's all thanks to the game-changing work policy.

Leadership

How Leaders Can Help Employees With ADHD Succeed in Remote Work

ADHD employees are getting left behind in the remote work debate, but you can address their needs through a few effective strategies.

Business News

What Is the Most Important Factor When Looking For a Job? A New Workplace Survey Has Some Surprising Results

Working from home has thrown a wrench into traditional workplace priorities.

Growing a Business

How to Manage Growth in a Remote Startup

How remote startup leaders can accommodate the unique challenges of working remotely and manage growth from home and across borders.

Business News

Elon Musk Says Remote Work Is 'Morally Wrong,' Calls It 'Messed Up'

In a recent interview, the tech CEO didn't hold back on his opinion of work-from-home culture.

Leadership

The Forced Return to Office is the Definition of Insanity. Here's Why.

In a world where we've seen five consecutive quarters of declining productivity in the U.S., one would think that CEOs and company leaders would question their tactics. Yet despite the overwhelming evidence that flexible hybrid work is more productive than forced in-office work for the same roles, top executives are stubbornly herding employees back to the office like lost sheep.

Leadership

Why Empowering Your Hybrid Workers to Co-Create a Winning Return to Office Plan Leads to Longterm Gain

It certainly takes more work to have hybrid employees participate in co-creating the return office, but the long-term gain is very much worth the short-term pain.