A guest post via Cleaning Services Group. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The first wealth is health,’” a lesson we all learned the hard way over the past year. As we return to the office, it seems like a good time to discuss cleanliness at work. Even on long, exhausting days with tight deadlines and endless … Continue reading Infographic : A (Really) Clean Desk
It seems like every year I write a post about the percentage of the workforce that plans to leave their current employment. I have to admit that after 2020, I was expecting the number to be something unusual. I was right. Microsoft conducts research each year to look at trends in the workplace. The company’s … Continue reading Forty Percent of the Workforce Wants to Quit Their Jobs
I’ve been writing about the Gig Economy for over a decade. One of the trends I’ll be watching closely is how gig workers come out of the coronavirus economic shutdown compared to traditional workers. Of course, gig work is what’s helping traditional workers survive during the shutdown. Gig workers are delivering groceries, prescriptions, takeout from … Continue reading The Gig Economy Versus Traditional During the Shutdown
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The idea of working for home is very attractive, but it’s hard to find jobs that pay well and aren’t multi-level marketing plans. For $14.95 a month or $49.95 a year, FlexJobs claims to save you the time and energy spent digging for the “real” jobs buried below scams and ads.