Labor market

4-day work week. Hot or not?

{post}: Juliet B. Schor, economist, and professor of sociology at Boston College, in her speech at TEDex, gives specific examples of companies that, without waiting for the results of large-scale pilot studies in the USA…

July 13, 2022

Employers are preparing inflationary rises

{post}: Employers are preparing inflationary rises, some already in the second round. Nearly 40% of companies in Europe, including Poland, have announced an increase in spending on salaries and employee…

June 27, 2022

Inflation and equalization of the salaries

{post}: While until now employers had a predetermined budget determined based on the company’s payroll and payroll reports, when taking up the topic of recruiting a manager, now they come up with the question: “What …

June 16, 2022

When the employer raises the salary at the finish line

{post}: We have recently hired a candidate for the managerial position. The employer did not have a high budget, so we played open cards with the candidates, informing all, at the very beginning of the recruitment…

June 06, 2022

Motivation to change the job

{post}: While interviewing the candidates, each time, without an exception, I ask a question about the candidate’s motivation for a possible job change. The three most common answers given before the pandemic…

May 16, 2022

Workation hubs to build bonds in the remote work formula

{post}: An example worth following is how Netguru took care of building social bonds and employee belonging, in the formula of remote work. The employees received an opportunity located in the beautiful surroundings…

May 06, 2022

Transparency of wages guaranteed by law

{post}: A revolution in the labor market is underway. Something, that has been a standard in the IT industry so far, may transfer to other areas of the business. Employers will be required to indicate the salary range in the…

April 19, 2022

New Yorkers don’t want to go back to their offices

{post}: According to Nicholas Bloom, a professor of economics at Stanford University, the average New York office worker intends to cut office time by 49% and cut annual city spending to $ 6,730, compared to $ 12,561 in…

April 13, 2022

Sabbatical leave a way to avoid burnout

{post}: Sabbatical leave is one of the most pleasant benefits, but also a chance to avoid burnout. Sabbatical is nothing more than a longer vacation, which can last from a month to even 1 year, while the employer pays the…

April 08, 2022
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