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Inside the App: Managing Employees Anywhere

By Isabelle Clavelli on Apr 14, 2022 3:31:14 PM

Performance management has changed drastically over the past two years. Regardless if employees were already part of a distributed workforce or learning how to work remotely for the first time, expectations and performance demands have shifted, adding a new layer of challenges for managers.

Topics: Truvelop Employee Evaluation Continuous Performance Management Remote work force Two-Way Communication Inside the App Management Cue Cards
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Corporate Culture

By Isabelle Clavelli on Mar 15, 2022 1:51:25 PM

There are a lot of trends developing around corporate culture as companies explore ways to engage employees in what is becoming a permanently remote workforce, and attract new talent.

Topics: Remote work force employee morale Employee Engagement Work Culture Great Resignation New Talent
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Remote Work Isn't Always a Competitive Advantage

By Isabelle Clavelli on Jun 29, 2021 10:06:23 AM

While many employees praise the flexibility and increased production resulting from a remote work environment, which in some cases only became an option due to the pandemic, a return to the office for others is a welcome change after 15 months of working from home.

Topics: Remote work force Employee Engagement Employee Development
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The State of Employee Engagement Through Transition

By Isabelle Clavelli on Jun 9, 2021 1:33:44 PM

This past year has been full of changes and transitions, and it’s not letting up quite yet. Our talent landscape is shifting at an unprecedented rate, as hybrid workforces become mainstream, as we face a mass exodus of Boomers retiring, and as we navigate the changes in what’s important to our team members. According to Jennifer Liu, CNBC contributor, “1 in 4 US workers is considering quitting their job in the coming months.” Should 25% of our workforce actually move around, this will be even more change that we need to address.

Topics: Remote work force 2021 Performance Management Employee Engagement Talent Retention
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Frontline Workers

By Isabelle Clavelli on Jun 8, 2021 10:18:38 AM

COVID-19 has put a spotlight on the nation’s frontline workers – primarily first responders – and the challenges they face especially in light of a public health pandemic. In addition to healthcare workers, however, frontline workers were expected to continue to work with or without proper protective gear or space to socially distance themselves. These workers include those working in constructions, utilities, transportation, restaurants and retail, not to mention those dispatched for residential or commercial work such as plumbers, housekeepers and postal delivery. According to Brookings, there are 50 million frontline workers in the US.

Topics: Employee Reviews Remote work force COVID19 Employee Feedback
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Post-COVID Hybrid Model

By Isabelle Clavelli on May 25, 2021 10:07:00 AM


Topics: Remote work force COVID19 working during a pandemic Surveys Employee Success
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The State of Employee Engagement in a Remote World

By Lisa First-Willis, CEO & Co-Founder on May 20, 2021 9:30:00 AM

Topics: Remote work force Employee Feedback Employee Engagement
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Inside the App: Managing Remote Teams

By Samantha Bailey, Social Media and Marketing Intern on Apr 29, 2021 10:37:46 AM

Nearly every business in America has had to adapt to managing employees remotely. For field workers – those working in jobs that are not based in an office such as construction workers and nurses – remote work is a normal, everyday part of the job.

Topics: Employee Evaluation Remote work force Strong Leadership Employee Feedback Employee Engagement
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Tips on Starting a Remote Job

By Samantha Bailey, Social Media and Marketing Intern on Mar 30, 2021 12:36:38 PM

Searching for a job and going through the hiring process remotely is strange. It’s more strange, however, to start a job remotely. There is no first day lunch with the team. No tours of the new office or meeting new colleagues. There is no access to paper files and notes from a predecessor, or time to sit down in the office with a boss or teammate to learn. Starting an unfamiliar job with an unfamiliar company, with no face-to-face interaction can be challenging. However, it looks as though remote work and collaboration are here to stay. In a PWC survey, 78% of 669 CEO’s agreed that remote collaboration is here long-term. Therefore, if you plan or anticipate a job change in the foreseeable future, you will need to adapt to a new way of onboarding.

Topics: Remote work force Remote Work Technolgy Communication
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By Samantha Bailey, Social Media and Marketing Intern on Mar 23, 2021 3:30:09 PM

For extroverts, or those who rely on networking to succeed in their jobs, the pandemic has been a challenge to maneuver, requiring creativity to make new connections. As every business and organization has had to pivot to a virtual world, the annual calendar of events is no longer relevant, making it difficult to identify opportunities for speaking engagements, or knowing who will be attending what event.

Topics: Remote work force Networking
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