Last week we excitedly met as a leadership team to discuss the details of our upcoming Proactive Talent Company Retreat, scheduled to take place this November. Like many companies out there, we reached the subject of vaccinations. And suddenly, meeting progress came to a halt. Tune in to find out
Last week we excitedly met as a leadership team to discuss the details of our upcoming Proactive Talent Company Retreat, scheduled to take place this November. Like many companies out there, we reached the subject of vaccinations. And suddenly, meeting progress came to a halt.
We surveyed 200+ professionals about the state of their business in the COVID era. Our questions were short and focused on if/when employees were returning to the office, immediate hiring goals, recruitment budgets and investments in HR technology.Our survey respondents varied widely across company
The Thanksgiving holidays are almost upon us and as of Saturday, November 21, 2020, according to CNBC… The United States reported more than 195,500 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday, a record-high spike less than a week before Thanksgiving, which public health officials are warning could
Prior to the Coronavirus, a major disruption was happening in the arena of employer sponsored health insurance. Now with COVID cases on the decline and millions of Americans out of work, the future of employer sponsored health insurance is being decided in real time. How this will affect the
Coronavirus, COVID-19, whatever you choose to call this pandemic, is wreaking havoc on our economy and causing many of us to consider a career change. If you are experiencing a lockdown or the possibility of a future quarantine, career development planning and management might not be at the
Courtney Lane interviews Ben Gallagher, co-founder of B+A, a creative management consultancy whose clients include Nike, Google and Beats by Dre.
If someone returns to work and becomes sick and dies because of unsafe working conditions or due to contact with a COVID-19 infected co-worker or customer then, it’s a good chance that the surviving family members will sue their loved one’s employer. It's already happened at Walmart, Safeway and
If you live in the Bay Area of California, chances are you are looking to get out. Why? If I had to guess,I would say sky-high real estate prices, excessive taxes and the massive homeless problem. And it's not just California residents who are looking for greener pastures, there’s a BIG trend now