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80-Hour Work Week: Real Schedules From 15 People

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Are you working 80 hours per week? Or, eek, considering it? For those working the 80-hour work week, it takes detailed planning to mitigate the downsides of the schedule. If you jam all your work into five days, you have 16 hours of work per day with just eight hours left over for sleeping, eating, exercising, and anything else you need as a baseline for sanity and health. I wrote this article...

29 Alternative & Compressed Work Week Schedules

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<< 4-Day Work Week: Complete Overview Next chapter: Companies >> On September 25, 1926, Henry Ford announced his company would start working a five-day, 40-hour work week. The five-day work week was born and it was a breakthrough, clearly! It’s been friggin’ 95 years to the day, and we’re all still doing it. But as we approach a century since the preeminent work...

Working 60 Hours Per Week? Try Out These 21 Schedules

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Are you working 60 hours per week and looking for a new way to structure it? I wrote this article for people who are in this situation: The amount of hours you work week each is right for you, or required… But the pattern (when the 60 hours fall) is becoming a grind So you’re looking for alternative 60-hour schedules to consider I asked our list of contributors to share...

The Great Resignation: The Complete Overview

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The Great Resignation: The Complete Overview 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...

Why Is The Great Resignation Happening?

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The Great Resignation: The Complete Overview 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...

What Is The Great Resignation?

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The Great Resignation: The Complete Overview > 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...

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...

How To Onboard Remote Employees

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In this tight job market, employee experience is crucial. This experience starts on day one with onboarding. Simply put, effective onboarding is key to engagement and retention, and 88 percent of employees told Gallup that their companies’ onboarding was poor or nonexistent. “Employees make judgments and form opinions about their organization every single day — from the first...

Providing Equipment For Remote Workers: 4 Options

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At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies scrambled to meet the needs of employees abruptly transitioning to remote work environments. While companies and workers have now had several years to adjust to remote work, the initial assumption that most workers would return to the office after the pandemic has been revised. Remote and hybrid work arrangements are part of...

Return To Office: 14 Timely Questions Answered

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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...