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Glassdoor Reveals Too Much?

Glassdoor users are contemplating leaving the platform over privacy concerns, following the company’s unilateral decision to attach real names to user profiles. While posts can still be anonymous, users voiced

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Labor Pains

The current job market poses frustrations for both workers and business owners. For instance, small business owners continue to struggle to fill certain jobs while workers are less confident in

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Paid Parental Leave a Hot Topic Again

Effective July 1, 2024, the University of Wisconsin system will offer eligible employees up to six weeks of paid parental leave. While this is increasingly common throughout the country, particularly

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Layoffs – the Danger is Remote

As we continue to move further from the COVID-era workplace, many businesses are still grappling with the lessons learned and changes implemented. For instance, one study shows that remote workers

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Where You Lead, I Will Follow

According to a 2024 Randstad Workmonitor survey, an impending leadership deficit may be attributed to three primary employee priorities: (1) a desire for work-life balance over higher earnings, (2) a

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Politics in the Office

With the upcoming presidential election, and a variety of polarizing topics in the news, perhaps it should come as no surprise that surveys indicate up to 84% of employees discuss

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