Economists continue to vacillate as to whether the US is currently amid a recession, or if it is on the horizon. No matter the response, a large portion of people are feeling the sting of the economic downturn.
Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ve been exposed to stories about the impending recession, shortage of necessities such as food...
Our human experiences over the past few years have forged connections in ways we never expected.
In a piece originally shared by the Washington Post, there is a passage which states “We can use Juneteenth as a way to acknowledge our past faults, help heal current divisions and move toward a future as a nation more united.”
LGBTQ+ History Month or Pride month is an annual celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and non-binary (LGBTQ+) past and present.
Prior to COVID-19, remote work was considered a company perk. Yet, within a few weeks it had become mandatory and viewed as a business disruption.
“Women have revolutionized the workplace, not only by their presence, but through their perspective, skills and demands.”
The events over the past year and a half (and counting), no one expected. Octavia E. Butler, M. Knight Shyamalan, Stephen King or Jordan Peele could not have created a screenplay that encompasses the upheava...
As the world continues to grapple with the angst and fear of Coronavirus variants that taunt us, decisions regarding health and safety have not gotten easier.
September 15 – October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. It is a time to honor the beautiful heritage, culture, and achievements of Hispanic Americans.
The US workforce is facing a problem they’ve never seen before – an employment shortage across all industries, with a staggering 8.4 million Americans...
Caretaker is an adjective that can describe a leader but is uncommonly used. However, organizational leaders are responsible for their workplaces and the wellbeing of their employees (during hours of operation of course).
Ready for a truth bomb? Across career fields, the average worker is productive for 60% or less each day. For office workers, however, that percentage