Bullish Jobs Prediction: Bank Of America Says Employment Will Return To Pre-Pandemic Levels By Year’s End

Following blockbuster data showing the U.S. added 917,000 jobs in March, analysts from Bank of America said they expect jobs to return to pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year if that pace of improvement continues. It’s a much more aggressive prediction than other experts, including the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department, have taken […]

Why Companies Should Let Employees Work Remotely And Travel More

Salesforce, Timberland, Patagonia, and IBM are among the companies that currently offer paid volunteer abroad opportunities to their employees. Gallup reports that workers who spent 60-80% of their time away from the office had the highest rates of engagement. “While working remotely and employee volunteer programs are both on the rise, there are still many […]

British Airways Pins Hopes On Friendly Court As Pilot Negotiations Unravel​

British Airways has gone to court to seek an injunction to prevent its pilots from striking after union members voted, by an overwhelming majority, to strike rather than accept the airline’s proposed pay increase. LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 3, 2017: A British Airways passenger jet (Boeing 747) parked at the gate at Heathrow International Airport […]

What Employers And Employees Need To Know Today About Raises – Kathy Caprino

During my 18-year corporate career in marketing, research and product management, I felt that raises were an important way that the leadership at my organizations demonstrated their recognition for what I contributed in my role and in the enterprise as a whole. Interestingly, the conversations that took place leading up to the actual raise or […]