From Baby Boomers to Gen Z, building meaningful engagement will vary from employee to employee. Think in terms of human beings rather than human capital when it comes to employee engagement.
Workplaces across the US are running into unprecedented issues in integrating multiple generations of employees into a cohesive work environment. Improved safety in the workplace; technological innovations in the fields of health and medicine; economic uncertainty; and stagnating wages have prompted employees to stay in the workforce longer. This has led to a larger overlap of multiple generations than ever before.
In today’s market, your office can be pretty much anywhere you have internet access. This has led to employees “wanderlust”, the strong, innate desire to rove and travel about. In this podcast, we discuss the rising numbers of employees requesting and hear actual situations that some of our clients have been in. Listen to this podcast before you say “yes” to your employee’s request to work in another country.
The Australian government introduces a real-time reporting system to streamline the reporting of tax and superannuation by employers.
Contractors, Employees, and Economic Dependence The dispute over what makes somebody an employee or a contractor continues to escalate. According to a study by Intuit, roughly 25% to 30% of U.S. workers are contingent, meaning they work as freelancers, temps, independent contractors or consultants. New guidance out this summer from the U.S. Department of Labor…