Delta Surge Vs. Job Market Progress amidst Pandemic Delta Surge Vs. Job Market: Progress amidst Pandemic



Delta Surge Vs. Job Market: Progress amidst Pandemic

Pandemic has been part of our lives for more than one year now. While the first wave disrupted every industry leading to havoc loss in the job market, it is a sigh of relief that the job market is progressing amidst the delta surge. As per the job report by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics (August 2021), the job market has slowed down yet continued showing significant progress despite the Covid surge in July and August.

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Finding Success While Working From Home

Even with the best connectivity tools and internet connections, working from home presents unique challenges for employees. There are activities and processes that an e-mail message can’t replace. However, the right HR technology can help.
In this blog, we examine the main challenges to current processes created by remote working and describe how you can configure your HR technology to enhance workflow and improve morale and the overall employee experience.

What is Employee Experience



The 7 Pillars of HR Leadership – Part 7: Employee Experience

In this blog series, we will describe the 7 most pressing challenges, trends, and possible opportunities in front of HR organizations as the enterprises they support to come out of this pandemic and adjust to the ‘new normal’.

What is Employee Experience? it is mostly a misunderstood term as it is still in its infancy. Broadly, employee experience refers to everything an employee experiences at work—for example, their interactions with their managers, the tools available for them to complete their work, and the teams they work with. It’s a holistic view of an employee’s experiences as they work at an organization.




Blog Series – The 7 Pillars of HR Leadership

North America has lived through a number of infectious diseases and public health outbreaks in the past few decades, such as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), and influenza virus H1N1 (swine flu). However, what makes COVID-19 different from all other public health crises is the speed and ease at which it can spread, leaving behind a path of uncertainty – medically, socially, and financially.