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Asynchronous Communication: Every Company Going Async-First

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Things move quickly these days. In 2020, remote work was the future. In early 2021, it was hybrid work. As we head into 2022, now asynchronous work has been declared the future.   What is asynchronous communication? Simply put, asynchronous means “not happening at the same time.” Therefore, asynchronous communication is a form of discussion where the parties participate at...

Every Company Going Remote Permanently

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As COVID-19 spread around the world in early 2020, offices were forced to close. Anyone who could work from home started to right away. Companies were forced to quickly figure out how to communicate, collaborate, share documents, and manage teams virtually. After just a few months, though, a number of business leaders started to figure out the whole work-from-home thing has benefits. That’s...

Every Major Company Reducing Office Space: 2020-2023

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The Hub For Return To Office (RTO) News & Data Chapter 1: Return To Office Plans For The Fortune 100 > Chapter 2: Companies Reducing Office Space Chapter 3: Companies Delaying Return To Office Chapter 3: Are Employees Quitting? Chapter 4: Why Are Companies Going Back To The Office? Chapter 5: Common Questions RTO news & sentiment by company: Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, Bank Of...

Every 4-Day Work Week Bill (FEB 1, 2023 UPDATE)

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<< 4-Day Work Week: Complete Overview Interest in the four-day work week has grown drastically in the last few years – first from individuals, then management teams, and now governments. There are a number of four-day (or, 32-hour work week) bills being proposed in states and countries around the world. This is a running list of all of the government bills that push for a four-day...

How To Maintain Your Culture When Everyone Is Working Remote

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The growing popularity of remote and hybrid working models has changed how many companies operate, with many employees now working remotely. Remote work has many benefits for workers, including increased flexibility, more opportunities to save money, and greater employee productivity. However, replacing the in-person office culture — valuable for employees and employers — can be difficult...

Return To The Office: News & Data Center

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Table of contents Chapter 1: Statistics For The Fortune 100’s Return To The Office Chapter 2: Companies Reducing Office Space Chapter 3: San Francisco’s Return To Office Chapter 4: New York City’s Return To Office Chapter 5: Return To Office & Quitting Statistics Chapter 6: Return To Office Incentives, Bribes, Perks Chapter 7: Common Questions RTO news & sentiment by...

Every Company Leaving California: 2020-2023

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Arguably since the first agricultural revolution 10,000+ years ago, work has been tied a fixed location. That location-based work – first a farm, then a manufacturing plant, then an office – created opportunity. Opportunity attracted workers (or new citizens). Therefore, we always formed cities, countries, and societies primarily through location-based opportunity. Go where the work is, as they...

How To Improve Your Remote Employee Engagement

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Want to better engage remote employees and keep them engaged? I hate to say this… but you might have to stop doing so much first. That’s exactly what I learned managing a remote team for years – the more you’re online, the less engaged. The more shallow recognition, the less meaning. The more meetings and check-ins, the less bonding. In this guide, we start with what not to do...

The Great Resignation Of 2021-2022: In Hindsight

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Table of contents Chapter 1: What Is The Great Resignation? Chapter 2: Why Is The Great Resignation Happening? Chapter 3: Great Resignation Vs. The Great Reshuffle Chapter 4: Great Resignation Statistics Chapter 5: Great Resignation Demographics Chapter 6: Is The Great Resignation Real? Chapter 7: When Did The Great Resignation Start? Chapter 8: How To Combat The Great Resignation When COVID-19...

125 Companies With The Best 401K Match Plans

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Financial advisors call it “free money.” I’m not sure I’d go quite that far, but it’s a helpful way to think about the amount your employer will contribute to your 401K plan. Here’s an example. If you make $100,000 and choose to contribute 3% of your salary to your company-sponsored 401K plan, you’ll personally put in $3,000. If your employer matches up...