5 Archived posts matching:"workforce”

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    The October Roundup: 3 Spooky Revelations About Today’s Workforce

    The final quarter of the year is here and we’re taking a look at some of the most talked about trends and insights from today’s ever-evolving workplace. And, because it’s October, we’re highlighting some of the spookier themes haunting today’s workforce. From quiet quitting to overly compensated new hires, here’s what to expect this fall. […]

    • ForceBrands
    • October 2, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    The September Roundup: Everything We Know About Today’s Workplace

    From Quiet Quitting to promising job market data amid layoff reports, it’s been a busy summer. Before we begin the fall season — one where many employers actively map out their growth strategies for the next year and assess their budgets — we wanted to take a moment to aggregate some of the major workplace […]

    • ForceBrands
    • September 4, 2022
    • Rebecca Fryer
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    Returnships: What They Are and Why the CPG Industry Needs Them Now More Than Ever

    Through COVID-19 and its domination of 2020, how we look at our health and our work have come into sharp focus. High unemployment rates, people being forced to leave the workforce (women, in particular), and the transition to remote work all became issues we had to contend with collectively. While studies from Pew Research indicate […]

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    How to Retain Women in Today’s Remote Workplace

    The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in the workplace is striking. Nearly 2.3 million women have left the workforce since the start of the pandemic and that figure doesn’t just represent the layoffs and furloughs that affected women in the early months of the pandemic. In January 2021 alone, 275,000 women left the […]

    • ForceBrands
    • March 29, 2021
    • Melanie Haniph
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    How More Single Women in the Workforce Than Ever Before Are Changing the US Economy

    There’s power in numbers; recent statistics show that there are more single women in the workforce than ever before and they’re having a powerful impact on the U.S. economy. Working women contribute more than $7 trillion to the U.S. economy. According to research by Morgan Stanley using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by […]

    • ForceBrands
    • September 4, 2019
    • Rebecca Fryer