Have you ever thought about how many single parents work at your company? There may be more than you think. According to the Census Bureau, there were approximately 12 million single-parent families in the U.S. in 2016. National Single Parents’ Day, which takes place on March 21, is the perfect opportunity to celebrate single parents and determine how HR policies can better suit their needs.
This is the time of year when we reflect on the many things that those who have served in the armed forces have given to our country. But as service members like me know, serving in the military can give you back just as much. Serving as a Navy reservist gave me many skills that I brought with me to the workplace. But, at the same time, I could never have fulfilled my service without a supportive employer.
Workplace flexibility and addressing the growing talent gap are among the top trends detailed in report
NEW YORK, April 10, 2013 /3BL Media/ -- Success in most organizations depends on the commitment and talent of its workforce. According to Deloitte's third annual Human Capital Trends report, Leading Indicators, C-level executives need to take a critical look at how their company's talent is driving its business and address seven specific issues in order to remain successful over the next 18 to 24 months.
A recent study published in The Harvard Business Review estimates that the average young, talented worker only stays at the same job for 28 months before moving on to another company. The same report stated that nearly three-quarters of a company’s young high-achieving employees are actively looking for other opportunities outside of their company, and are interviewing with another company at least once a year.