CategoryFuture of Work

Great Resignation Or Great Reshuffle?

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There are a ton of new buzzwords floating around the workplace. It makes sense why – the world’s workforce switched how it worked in 2020. Professors, business leaders, and journalists have been staking their claims on new terms and trends ever since. Two of the important trends that have been coined recently are The Great Resignation and The Great Reshuffle.  If...

Future Of Work: 17 Rapid Fire Questions Answered

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Click on a question below that interests you the most. What does “future of work” mean? What is the future of work? What are employees saying about the future of remote work? Is investing in your employees part of the future of work? What are executives saying about the future of hybrid work? What are the trends about the future of work? Is working from home or remote work the...

20 Niche Job Boards For Your Next Search

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I’m fascinated by the trend toward niche job boards. To me, it mimics the trend toward remote work. We used to work where the work was (near farms, near factories, near cities) With remote work, we can work wherever is best for us personally This is a similar path the job market (or talent acquisition market) is heading down. We used to have to go to newspapers, career centers, and big job...

54 Future Of Work Predictions For 2030

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The “future of work” is, admittedly, a catch-all term. When people say the phrase, I interpret it as a way to describe trends we’ll see over the coming decades in how goods and services are delivered. When it’s time to sit down to get some work done in 2030 or 2040, what will it be like? I wanted to hear what people thought the future of work would hold, so I...

20 Creative Twists On 40-Hour Work Week

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Do you work a traditional 40-hour work week? Are you looking to inject some flexibility and creativity into your week? Wait, this is starting to sound like an infomercial. I wrote this article for people who are in this situation: The amount of hours you work each week feels about right But the pattern (when the work hours fall) is getting boring So you’re looking for alternative...

The Future Of Work Lies 12,000 Years Ago

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We think we always move forward with technology. Often, technology allows us to cycle backward to our original preferences. Think about it: We had hieroglyphs ⇒ then written language ⇒ and we’re back to emojis. Aren’t emojis just digital hieroglyphs? Farming ⇒ factory food ⇒ organic Nomads ⇒ cities ⇒ digital nomads Our technology moves forward...