As society starts to regain some pre-pandemic normalcy, one of the most important questions for both employers and employees to address in the coming months of 2021 is deciding how to handle the remote office space and physical workplace.
Inflation has obvious effects, like the prices of everyday commodities. But the larger impact on the job market is not as apparent, as current inflation coincides with favorable economic conditions for those in the market.
While the labor market ended 2021 on an upswing, Leisure and Hospitality continues to struggle meeting pre-pandemic employment numbers. But there is help out there for hirers in the industry.
Online gambling legalization in states throughout the U.S. has created an exciting and fast-growing employment market. Knowing how to navigate this burgeoning space might seem overwhelming, but can go smoothly when following these steps.
A record-high for job openings makes the second half of 2021 the perfect time to negotiate the working conditions you want from your career.
Fixr.com Shares Insightful Findings about How People are Adapting Their Homes to Remote Work in 2021
Due to the current pandemic, and the amount of people now working remotely, homeowners are ever increasingly looking to adapt their homes to incorporate an office. In light of this, Fixr.com surveyed industry experts and has just released their latest Home Office Design Report 2021 with tips, advice, and recommendations from the professionals for introducing a working space at home. ...
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