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Determining Your Specific Career Path

Be Sure You Understand All That’s Involved in your chosen Profession Each year more occupations and professions have been created, while some of the older positions have been eliminated.  Factors in these changes include technology, economics, trends, interests, shortage or discouraging the use of certain supplies, etc.  Similar changes occurred through the Industrial Evolution and … Read more

Why Good Employees Are Leaving Jobs

It is critically important for employers to understand why they are losing more of their “GOOD” employees!!!  Take time to review this notice and learn what steps are needed to avoid losing more “GOOD EMPLOYEES”! FACTORS WHY GOOD EMPLOYEES LEAVE JOBS

Select Training that Benefits and Protects Your Workforces

What Training Should You Provide that Benefits Your Workforces? There is a NEED to Learn to Use Strategic, Effective, & Sensitive Procedures The topic of Workplace Violence may not seem to be an appreciated subject for employees and management these days, but it can avoid and prepare many from a tragic event from taking place … Read more

The Unemployed – Are They Using The Best Wisdom Re Job Strategy

Obviously, there are a large number of people who are unemployed at this time.  Many of these people are receiving some fairly substantial funds from our nation’s government.  In fact, some are receiving higher amounts of money than they normally earn at past jobs.  However, these government funds will be coming to an end  in … Read more

Changes Being Chosen re Retirement — How Would You Compare

NOTE: Trends do change.  Retirement is no different.  Employers, what do you expect with your employees?  More people are retiring now than was ever expected.  Are you prepared? Changes in Retirement – More People Are Making Different Choices in their Retirement OR

Employers – Be Aware of Reactions of Transitions

EMPLOYERS, BE AWARE OF TRANSITION REACTIONS Any Transition Can Uncover Unexpected Emotions! When companies or organizations are faced with unplanned transitions, which affect the workforce negatively, it is not uncommon to encounter sudden emotions that can be hard to manage.  A person’s job is a very big concern, which affects not only the employee but … Read more

Networking – A Genuine Job Search Tool

IS NETWORKING STILL VALUABLE? How Networking Can Be a Credible Resource? Whoever invented the word “networking” did not create the most effective term.  It doesn’t really describe the function or purpose.  Before this term was created, a person was likely to turn to one of his/her acquaintances to ask for advice and assistance with a … Read more

Ways to Ease the Return to Work

IDEAS THAT MIGHT EASE THE RETURN TO WORK

With thoughts of returning to the office, what could employers do to make this change more appealing or less stressful?  Would reducing your workload be a welcomed improvement?  If you are feeling more anxious due to the challenge of keeping up with the constant workload, having some extra help tackling the load would definitely be a big relief.

What are other ways of easing the return to the workplace?

  • Providing a break on gasoline’s increased fees.  Offering a supplemental gas relief since gas prices have increased.  (Good for at least six months to a year.)
  • Keep a relaxed dress protocol, providing at least two days a week of a “step-down” attire.  (Keeps from spending more on office attire.)
  • Office provides a light lunch delivered once or twice a week, to keep from “going out” or “buying lunch” those days.  (An offering for at least 3 – 6 months would be great!)
  • If parking costs are necessary, consider the employer covering a percentage when parking at a partnering or cooperative garage on monthly parking fees.
  • Employers could consider providing free face masks, sanitizers, access to quality bacteria sprays and cleansers for the employees.  This benefits all.

Employers want to keep their good, dependable employees, and these suggestions are just some ways to help their workforces to adapt to their return work routine.  The pandemic has caused some unplanned adjustments and expenses, and now to return to the public work sites, there will be more adjustments.  All have had to manage changes, but hopefully with the vaccinations, the lives of all will begin to settle down.

Hopefully, these tips and suggestions may ease the return to “normal”.  All are encouraged to work on improving communication – be sure to “listen” and share concerns.  Compass Career Management Solutions are human resources experts, who assist with a variety of transitions.

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