Workers are quitting their jobs in droves across America.

In April alone, a record four-million people resigned. The average time younger workers are expected to stay in their current job is just over two years. And a McKinsey study showed only 7 percent of companies believe they can keep highly talented people.

Authors: Chris Swan and John Ryan, Managing Directors

More than nine million jobs are open and waiting to be filled in the United States right now. Even more eye opening is that the number of job postings has skyrocketed over 40% since February, according to government statistics.

Authors: Chris Swan and John Ryan, Managing Directors

The great, big switch to remote work has clearly shown us that working in an office every day is not necessary for many businesses. Likewise, companies and employees now widely view flexibility and work-life balance as essential. But just how far and flexible are we heading?

Authors: Chris Swan and John Ryan, Managing Directors

When someone says they earn ‘Wall street pay’ or a ‘Silicon valley salary,’ you likely surmise they make good money. Why? Because New York and the San Francisco Bay area have generally been expensive places to live with prestigious jobs and higher pay.

Authors: Chris Swan and John Ryan, Managing Directors

A wave of hybrid workforces are going to emerge as the norm for organizations across America, according to a series of recent studies.

Author: Bridget Papanicholas

When I think of how my team fared during the pandemic, the word that comes to my mind is “innovation.” As a CEO and a shaper of corporate culture, this makes me incredibly excited. It’s been a challenging time, but also a remarkable season for growth.

Author: Chris Swan and John Ryan

How prepared would you be if you had to return to the office right now? 

Whether gripped by fear or thrilled with excitement, at some point sooner than later, you will need a pragmatic answer to this question as companies ask workers to transition from fully remote work to some form of a return to the office.

Author: John O. Burdett

Occasionally, something enters the public discourse that represents a unique teaching moment.  The turbulent events in April 2021, focusing on the English Premier League, provided such an opportunity.  What we witnessed was an unforgettable series of actions that opened a window on a poorly understood concept – “stakeholder capital.” 

 

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