Since 2021, Women @ Work: A Global Outlook has provided insight into women’s experiences in the workplace. The picture has not been a positive one: 2021’s findings were dominated by the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women, while 2022 showed an equally concerning and stark picture of increasing exposure to non-inclusive behaviors, burnout, and challenges with hybrid working.
Summary. High sensitivity is a trait that’s been researched for over 30 years, and is found within 15% to 30% of the population. Managing a highly sensitive person (HSP) involves a learning curve, but is necessary if you want to take advantage of the assets they have to offer your team and company.
Research Summary. Due to improved technology and the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the U.S. has seen an influx in remote workers. While the flexibility of this lifestyle has its definite upsides, there are also drawbacks to not being in an office.
A report by Buffer in partnership with Nomad List and Remote OK
The 2023 State of Remote Work report highlights the experiences of 3,000 remote workers from around the world. Our respondents include those who work remotely all the time or some of the time as well as employees, independent consultants, and business owners.
In recent years, workplace culture has seen a massive shift beginning with the pandemic that forced numerous employees to work from home. This led to a new approach to working. Post-pandemic many employees still choose to work remotely however, they may not want to work alone from home.
Burnout isn’t a new phenomenon — but hybrid work environments could be making it worse.
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, new, catchy terms like “The Great Resignation” and “quiet quitting” have flooded public discourse to describe the overwhelm workers are feeling, and the corresponding shifts in the labor market.
The jump to remote work for many during the pandemic removed geographical barriers and provided greater flexibility in how and where we do our jobs; ushering in a new type of digital nomad: the anywhere worker.
This, or some variation of this, is at the heart of many corporate recruiting messages. What many leaders may not realize, however, is the startling truth of this statement when it comes to employee loyalty. According to a new study by BetterUp Labs, people want more friends at work and more than half (53%) would even trade some compensation for more meaningful relationships with colleagues.
New research from Kadence claims that since working from home, Gen Z and Millenials feel disproportionately isolated, and say it is negatively impacting their ability to build and develop relationships at work – and potentially harming their career progress.