When you run a business, your employees are your greatest allies in your journey toward success. Treat them well, and they will always be there when you need them most. This doesn’t just mean writing a paycheck each week. The happiest and most dedicated employees are those that belong to wellness-focused workplaces.
Imagine that you have just found the job of your dreams. But there is a catch: it’s in a new town. And you have to consider moving your whole family over with you. Understandably, this can be a difficult transition for all involved. However, there are things you can do to ensure you’re as adequately prepared as possible.
Watching your business begin to grow is one of the most fulfilling parts of becoming an entrepreneur. However, growing a business is rarely easy. Many businesses experience growing pains when they start to expand into new markets, land new customers, see increasing website traffic, and onboard more team members.
Online colleges and universities are attractive options for many prospective students. Many of these institutions offer flexible schedules, start times throughout the year, and the inclusion of people from all backgrounds, work experiences, and age groups. However, just like anything in life, there are both benefits and drawbacks to completing a virtual degree. Here are some things to consider prior to enrolling in an online university.
Most people experience a period of soul-searching when they reach middle age. As you look back on the past few decades, you may feel that you’ve left your best years behind, that your life turned out differently than you had envisioned, and that you have nothing to look forward to but the same old routine. You start to notice changes in your body and mind.
Poor interdepartmental communication can negatively impact all areas of your business. Workplace communication statistics reveal that 86% of working professionals point to inadequate communication and collaboration as the main causes of workplace failures. By encouraging effective communication between departments, you can increase productivity significantly.
“Last April, our workers were in dire straits,” New Jersey Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo said in testimony earlier this month to the Assembly Budget Committee. “The unemployment rate was 7.7%, and our workforce was barely half of its pre-pandemic levels. Today, the rate is down to 4.2% – lower than our neighboring states of Connecticut,
If you’ve been in the workforce for long, you know many companies offer traditional benefits like health care and retirement accounts to their employees. Recently, innovative companies like Google have looked beyond tradition to increase the well-being of their workers and attract a superior workforce. From yoga classes to a chance to obtain a new degree, here are seven innovative benefits you can find in the workplace today.
For Secretary of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis, the Jobs NJ program introduced by Gov. Phil Murphy last week comes down to a simple sentence that can be so telling:
“No one goes to college thinking that they are not going to finish,” she told ROI-NJ. “But, too many of our students do not finish. We’ve got to do whatever we can to ensure that once they start, they finish. That will have a huge impact on workforce development and our economy.”