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Nearly 6 in 10 Americans Now Work From Home

July 6, 2022

Like the dinosaurs, working in an office may soon be a thing of the past. The COVID-19 pandemic upended the business world — including the idea that people need to …

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Pace of Workplace Change Expected to Increase in Next Five Years

July 6, 2022

Navigating change is important for organizational success, and the past two years have put many companies to the test. Growth, the COVID-19 pandemic, and technology changes drove the most change …

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IAWP Annual Business Meeting Set for July 26th

July 6, 2022

The International Association of Workforce Professionals will hold its annual business meeting on July 26, 2021 at: 10:00 AM Pacific 11:00 AM Mountain 12:00 PM Central 1:00 PM Eastern The …

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IAWP Workforce Summit Attendees Help Injured Veterans With Contribution To Dog Tag Buddies

June 28, 2022

During the Workforce Summit in Salem, Oregon, attendees participated in events to provide financial support to Dog Tag Buddies. Dog Tag Buddies is a Montana based nonprofit association that provides …

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Today’s Organizations Still Have Work to Do with Workforce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts

June 8, 2022

While organizations are prioritizing creating more diverse workforces and inclusive corporate cultures, many still have a long way to go. Just 58% of human resources (HR) professionals say their workforce …

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New Report: By Age 35, Workers With a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher Are Almost Twice as Likely as Workers With Only a High School Diploma to Have a Good Job

June 8, 2022

As postsecondary education has become more valuable in the labor market, the pathway to a good job has become longer and more challenging for young adults to navigate. The majority …

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37% of the Top 20 Skills Requested for the Average US Job Have Changed Since 2016

June 8, 2022

Jobs are more disrupted today than ever before, and changing at breakneck speed, according to a new report. Over one-third of the top 20 skills requested in postings for the …

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IAWP Hosts Workforce Summit Next Week in Salem, Oregon

June 8, 2022

Get ready for over 20 hours of educational content over three days.   From keynote speakers, to concurrent sessions, to discussion groups each minute is designed to provide maximum impact.  Even …

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Remote Workers Struggle With Work-Life Boundaries But is a Return to the Workplace the Answer?

May 26, 2022

For many, the shift to remote work during the pandemic offered increased flexibility and work-life balance. But a new survey reveals that 47 percent of remote workers in the US …

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Nearly 70% of Gen Z Workers Want to Stay with a Company Long-Term, So Why Do They Keep Leaving?

May 26, 2022

Gen Z candidates have new – and differing – expectations for the workplace than their predecessors. Where, how and why they work matters, as well as the mental support they …

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