The holidays are a time of celebration, joy, and family. They are also a time of stress for many people who have to deal with long workdays, Christmas shopping, cooking holiday meals, attending kids’ plays and school concerts, catching the flu or other illnesses during this cold season . . . the list goes on. […]
Over the past few months, many companies have been faced with the decision about whether or not to bring their employees back into the office and what that will look like at the organizational level. This decision has been weighing heavily on the minds of many leaders as they strive to decide what is best […]
According to a recent study, every job lost in December of 2020 belonged to a woman. The idea that men are the breadwinners is still very prevalent in our society, but why? We are at a point in time where the greatest organizations and leaders will see this as an opportunity to be a champion for gender diversity and equality in the workplace and they will be rewarded for it.
The last year has been full of struggles and challenges for all of us both personally and in the workplace. We’ve all learned a great deal about ourselves that will help us through the pandemic — life lessons that will stick with us far beyond. For those of us in leadership roles, we’ve learned just […]
Burnout is a real challenge for employers in all settings, but especially for employers and employees in the healthcare setting during a pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about new challenges for medical employees, increasing the likelihood of healthcare worker burnout. Burnout can manifest in different ways, from irritability to lack of interest and compassion […]
To many, the idea of employee burnout is a myth. It’s merely an excuse for those who can’t live up to the expectations of others. But in 2020, burnout in the workplace has become very real. It’s quickly become an idea that managers fear while employees power through, ignoring the tell-tale signs. Officially, burnout is […]