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July 1, 2021

Working During A Heatwave: Recognizing Extreme Weather Workers

Life in the Heat Dome The US and Canada are grappling with the first extreme climate event of the summer, a “once-in-a-millennium” heat dome that has set record temperatures in the Pacific Northwest, with the usually temperate climate reaching dangerous highs of 116°F in some places, causing roads to crumble. However, there are many people […]

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June 4, 2021

5 Key Employee Motivators for the Retail Labor Shortage

The 2021 Retail Labor Shortage Retail turnover is skyrocketing. With many restaurants and retail stores looking to staff up as reopening moves forward, they are facing a new kind of labor shortage, one where employees are quitting the entire industry as better job opportunities become more prevalent. Citing low pay and difficult customers, this mass […]

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May 5, 2021

5 Reasons to Celebrate Nurses Week 2021

Year of the Nurse May 6th is National Nurse’s Day, marking the beginning of National Nurse’s Week 2021. The WHO chose “Year of the Nurse” as their theme for 2020, and in honor of their resilience they’ve extended the theme for Nurses Week 2021. It makes perfect sense too, as somehow nurses managed to press […]

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April 15, 2021

5 Employee Incentive Trends for 2021

Employee Incentive Trends for the Hybrid Office Employee incentives have undergone some low-key radical transformations in the past year, as businesses continue the ever-evolving process of re-opening and adjusting to the “hybrid office” lifestyle while keeping their employees safe and motivated. In 2021, organizations are eager to develop up new incentive strategies to provide some […]

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