Requiring all employers with over 500 employees to offer four-day workweeks without cutting pay, as the California bill would have done, isn’t the silver bullet supporters of the policy hoped for. I should know. My company, Talent War Group, instituted a four-day workweek in July of last year. Our employees love it, but we’ve tweaked the policy over the last 10 months.
Team-Ability & Workplace Culture
In any operational area, organization, or business, effective communication is vital to success. As employers and top-level leaders, we are responsible for communicating the company’s message from the very top, down to the bottom. When the message is clear and...
By: Tom Lokar
Despite all of the encroachment, overlap, and intertwining of work and personal life, we feel more disconnected than ever. In a recent Cigna study, 61% of Americans reported feeling lonely—and that was before the pandemic. More Zoom calls are hardly the answer, with video calls consistently cited as a source of anxiety, fatigue, and higher cognitive load as we try to translate the non-verbal cues of 15 people simultaneously.
By: Chris Marren
Are you an employer of choice?
You either are, or you are not, there is no in-between.
In asking yourself this fundamental business question you might further add, ‘we want to attract and retain top talent’.
By: Dan Bradley
While “don’t drink stagnant water” is pretty good life advice, there’s an important parallel that you can draw between the stagnancy of water and the stagnancy of teams. Organizations, and teams within them, cannot afford to become stagnant if they want to compete in their industry.