How A Few Organizations Are Responding to Roe vs Wade | Various Sources

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 24 decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has profound implications for organizations and their workers. And while these implications are many and far-reaching, a few of the HR-related implications range from: a) the impact on how employers will change employer health and benefits to b) the ability to recruit workers, especially those whose organizations …

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Report: Rural’s Rise: Shifting Trends in Rural and Urban Job Postings | Emsi Burning Glass

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Since the start of the pandemic, there have been reports on how remote work is one reason people continue to move from cities to less dense, rural areas. One benefit for a segment of those making these moves is that they can move to less expensive housing markets while retaining their higher incomes earned in …

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Report: Shifting Skills, Moving Targets, and Remaking the Workforce | Burning Glass Institute, Emsi, & BCG

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Much has been written about how the skills required to perform various lines of work continue to change at an alarming pace. To better measure how new skills are emerging, others are disappearing, and which skills are shifting in importance, this new 44-page research study analyzed ~15 million online job advertisements posted between 2016 and …

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Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey 2022 Report | PwC

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As organizations seek to understand the sentiments of workers, this PwC survey report of 52,195 workers in 44 countries and territories—provides a few insights. A few stats include 1) One in five respondents say they are likely to switch to a new employer in the next 12 months, 2) More than a third plan to ask for a raise, but finding fulfillment at …

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The Rules for Hybrid Work Were Always Made Up | The New York Times

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Last week, I posted how a segment of workers is expressing frustration with hybrid work policies that center on how they should split their time between working in the office and working from home. The principal argument against these policies is that they focus more on where employees should work rather than on work outcomes. Illustrating this point is …

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Women at Work 2022 Report: A Global Outlook | Deloitte

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This 32-page report summarizes how women’s workplace experiences affect their engagement and career progression and offers insights into the state of gender equality in the workplace. It is based on survey responses from 5,000 working women across ten countries. Although the 2022 survey shows a slight improvement in women’s work/life balance and modest increases in …

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Return-To-Office Plans Unravel as Workers Rebel in Tight Job Market | Bloomberg

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Many firms have developed and communicated hybrid work policies or guidelines for how their workers should split their time between working in the office and working from home. But as noted in this article, organizations are becoming more concerned about losing talent as workers express frustration with policies that center on where employees should work, rather than …

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Is Hybrid Work the Best of Both Worlds? Evidence From a Field Experiment | Harvard Business School

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While much research has focused on workers’ preferences for flexibility and hybrid work, there has been limited research on the impact of hybrid work on worker outcomes, such as performance. This new 86-page research by Harvard Business School explores the optimal mix of hybrid workdays (days in office vs. home) and its impact on intra-firm communication …

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Microsoft’s New Future of Work Report 2022 | Microsoft

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This newly released 111-page report summarizes recent research developments related to hybrid work. It provides one of the most comprehensive reviews of various studies by researchers at Microsoft and elsewhere on the future of work through the lens of hybrid work and remote work. The report is organized by changes in work practices at four …

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Report: People at Work 2022: A Global Workforce View | ADP Research Institute

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This newly released 47-page report is part of ADP’s annual study of employees’ attitudes towards the current world of work and what they expect and hope for from the future workplace. It’s based on survey responses from 32,924 workers in 17 countries worldwide. And although the report was just published, the survey was conducted in …

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