Author: Andrew Barks
CEOs say this is their No. 1 challenge heading into 2021.
Remote work is complex—you don’t need nuanced behavioral data to understand that. But when you start to apply behavioral learnings, and think about how a virtual workplace might affect your people differently, you can begin to unpack the challenge.
Should you use personality tests in the workplace?
What’s your impression of personality tests? Maybe you’ve taken one as a job candidate, or perhaps you’ve used them in an effort to better understand your workforce. Depending on that experience, your mileage may vary.
How can you express gratitude virtually this Thanksgiving?
Like most everything about 2020, Thanksgiving is looking a little different this year. But we can still express gratitude and appreciation for each other while we’re apart. Here at PI, we’re embracing an old tradition that takes on new meaning in a remote work environment: We’re bringing back pen pals! And we wanted to share the…
How to maintain team-building momentum and trust with remote teams
Much like the current economic recovery, remote work sentiment during COVID-19 has taken on something of a “W” shape. Many organizations have navigated peaks and valleys since leaving their offices indefinitely in March. Some have returned in partial capacity; others have continued to work primarily from home, and many have redrawn their policies altogether. One…
How to identify your hiring priorities
Are you overwhelmed with the number of job openings in your organization? Do you feel like you need to fill all the jobs, right now? If that’s the case, first, take a step back and breathe. Given the way 2020 has gone, being in a position to add to your headcount for 2021 is a…