'Morale is low': Workers grow weary of 'The Great Wait' to return to offices

In much of corporate America, January 2022 is the new Labor Day 2021 as the target date for a widespread return-to-office movement. As of late August, 66% of organizations were delaying office reopenings due to Covid variants, according to a Gartner survey of 238 executive leaders. Many big names including Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook and Starbucks have postponed… Continue reading 'Morale is low': Workers grow weary of 'The Great Wait' to return to offices

American expats find better work-life balance but limited career growth abroad

Americans are more likely than their global counterparts to move abroad for love or to seek out adventure, according to The Future of Working Abroad report from Internations, an online community of expats around the world. In a survey of 8,313 working expats living in 175 destinations, just 36% of Americans said their primary reason… Continue reading American expats find better work-life balance but limited career growth abroad

This is what separates high-performing teams from all the rest, says Stanford psychology expert

What does a highly successful team look like? You might imagine a bunch of extroverted rock stars with stellar resumes — all born with the natural gift of being indistractable. But who is on a team matters less than how the team members interact, structure their work, and view their contributions. After more than five… Continue reading This is what separates high-performing teams from all the rest, says Stanford psychology expert

This is what separates high-performing teams from all the rest, says Stanford psychology expert

What does a highly successful team look like? You might imagine a bunch of extroverted rock stars with stellar resumes — all born with the natural gift of being indistractable. But who is on a team matters less than how the team members interact, structure their work, and view their contributions. After more than five… Continue reading This is what separates high-performing teams from all the rest, says Stanford psychology expert

Over 80% of White employees see themselves as allies at work, but Black women and Latinas disagree

A new study conducted by Lean In and SurveyMonkey finds that perceptions around allyship in the workplace differ among employees of different racial groups.  The survey, which polled approximately 7,400 U.S. adults over the age of 18, found that more than 80% of White employees view themselves as allies to women of color at work.… Continue reading Over 80% of White employees see themselves as allies at work, but Black women and Latinas disagree