We’ve been studying the impact of Remote Work from the crisis and the well is deepening. Not only are companies getting comfortable with the practice, but a whole new set of issues has emerged. Let me give you a peek (this is data from our www.covidhrpulse.com, our bi-weekly study of HR professionals’ ...
May 14, 2020Angus Young
Tackling Low Morale Among Remote Workers Author: Tanner Corbridge, Senior Partner, Partners in Leadership While a lot of us have worked from home in the past, the numbers now doing it are unprecedented. Culture is never more needed than at a time of crisis. Morale becomes strained as outside influences push ...
April 28, 2020Angus Young
Part 2: ATS Switching When we conducted surveys and conversations with talent acquisition leaders across a variety of industries, one of the questions was “How long have you had your current ATS vendor?” Far and away — over 75 percent — of the respondents said “Less than three years,” with a ...
March 16, 2020Angus Young
Is your first thought when your alarm goes off each morning — “Oh no, not again?” When you finally roll out of bed, down a cup of coffee, and make it to your desk, even the simple task of opening your email inbox seems like a feat of superhuman strength. You ...
February 27, 2020Angus Young
Working remotely can be pretty difficult. We’re big fans around here at Trello, but also acknowledge the amount of work it takes to, well, make it work. Some aspects of remote work may not be up to you (company policies, etc.), but that doesn’t mean making it successful is completely out ...
February 13, 2020Angus Young
If you want to be the best at what you do, at work or in your personal life, it will take discipline. You will need to study best practices, hone your skills, and create the kind of mental space that allows for your utmost in creativity, focus, and discipline. Here are ...
February 3, 2020Angus Young
A young man recently called in to Barbara Corcoran's Business Unusual podcast with a seemingly straightforward question. Her answer was surprising, but spot-on. Should he finish his degree in computer science, he wondered, or quit college? He felt he could learn the same knowledge much faster on his own, outside the ...
February 3, 2020Angus Young
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, 234 of New York City’s 241 clothing factories were owned by Jews with production worth $55 million annually. By 1900, the industry grossed over $100 million a year and employed 45,000 people. By 1913, there were over 16,000 small-size factories, most with 10 or ...
January 27, 2020Angus Young
The forming-storming-norming-performing cycle repeats more often than you might think. Here’s how to navigate each stage with grit and grace. Pop quiz. There are three teams: one is forming for the first time, another just added a new team member, and the third is re-aligning around priorities after the company announced ...
June 19, 2019Angus Young