Tag: BCT

Rethinking the Work-From-Home Movement.

November 18, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

The work-from-home movement has been gaining momentum in recent years, but plenty of people still miss the office. From missing out on in-person collaboration to risking being out-of-sight, out-of-mind for new opportunities, here are a few reasons why workers should consider returning to the office instead of working remotely: In-person collaboration is key for many […]

 

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Working Hard or Hardly Working?

October 7, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

A recent Microsoft article points to ways hybrid working scenarios have led to mistrust in worker productivity and leadership’s ability to track impact over “productivity theater.” Three main themes emerged from their research, shared below. You can see the full article here. Productivity Paranoia According to the article, “…85% of leaders say that the shift […]

 

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It’s Not Me. It’s You – The Economic Impact of Bad Bosses

September 30, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Intelligence, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

Although researchers will likely try to understand the ‘Great Resignation’ for years to come, some enterprising work has illuminated the influence of bad bosses. Focused on the challenges of remote work, a recent NPR article mentions the economic costs to businesses that bad bosses inflict. Here are some unique highlights from the article. The entire […]

 

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Quiet Quitting; TikTok Tantrum or Cultural Revolution?

September 16, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

Everything-old-is-new is again surrounding the motivations inspiring Quiet Quitting, the latest TikTok phenomena making waves in larger corporate ponds. A recent LinkedIn article by Nino Padova highlights this cultural phenomenon and predicts what it is and its staying power. Select highlights are featured below. Quiet Quitting Isn’t quiet quitting simply another term for slacking off? […]

 

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