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By the Numbers

Many employers have clued into the need for tracking employee productivity—in particular for those working remotely. With the proliferation of productivity tracking tools in recent years, employers have more resources

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Quiet Quitting Quietly Rising

As employees continue to report varying levels of burnout, quiet quitting is on the rise. Some cite the more recent “balance of power” that favors employees (or the perception of

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Recruitment and Retention Challenges

Businesses experienced more widespread (or perhaps simply more widely reported) employee burnout in the past few years, and recent studies suggest many workers (41% of those surveyed) are even more

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Union Organizing Continues

Several large businesses—perhaps most notably Amazon and Starbucks—continue to receive attention for employee union activity and their response. For instance, Wisconsin Starbucks organizer, Kolton Gosnell, claimed to be fired after

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Understanding the Tight Labor Market

As the economy strengthens, the tight labor market has led to a variety of unexpected changes (e.g., new recruitment and retention strategies, wage increases, and greater flexibility for employees). Meanwhile,

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Labor Organizing on the Rise

In December, Kellogg’s made news for its ratification of a new union contract after a highly publicized strike. While unionization and related efforts continue to make the news throughout the

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