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Shifting Workforce Dynamics

The current worker shortage in Vermont may signify “an early look at where the rest of the country could be headed.” In short, there are simply not enough workers to

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Show Me the Money

While wage growth may be slowing and other economic indicators suggest the job market is loosening, 2024 wages are still anticipated to increase by 4.1% (i.e., still higher than pre-pandemic

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AI and HR Employee Burnout

Among working professionals, HR leaders report some of the highest levels of burnout, including 70% who feel they are working “beyond capacity” and 61% “working without enough staff.” In order

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Longer Hours and Lower Productivity

Despite a strong labor market recovery, worker productivity has declined for five consecutive quarters (the first time on record). Workforce data suggests that employees are working longer hours, representing a

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Menopause-Friendly Workplaces

Recent initiatives highlight increased attention to workers struggling with menopause. While the implementation has taken off overseas (particularly in the UK), it has also started to catch on in the

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The Return of the Office Cubicle

As post-pandemic work continues to evolve, business owners are considering how to adapt existing workplaces to the new ways of work. Meta (the parent company of Facebook and Instagram) attracted

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