Category Archives: Work-Life Balance

3 Ways to Encourage Remote Workers to Create Work-Life Balance During COVID-19

Deborah Sweeney — May 22, 2020 As COVID-19 continues, leaders are getting creative in their efforts to engage and connect with remote employees. Many teams participate in Zoom happy hours; respond to fun questions posted in Slack, and join in email threads featuring funny memes and GIFs. What makes this particular era of remote work … Continue reading 3 Ways to Encourage Remote Workers to Create Work-Life Balance During COVID-19

Work-Life Balance: How to Have It All & Retain High Quality Employees

Morgan Jones — February 28, 2020 What Factors Are Important for Employee Retention and satisfaction? Work-life balance has become essential. Millennials are the largest group in the workplace, and besides salary this is the most important factor for them when considering a job. Millennials may be driving the charge to integrate these two traditionally separate … Continue reading Work-Life Balance: How to Have It All & Retain High Quality Employees

Keys to Make Flexible Work Arrangements Work

Cynthia Joyce — December 13, 2019 Follow @cjoyce_Agili 377053 / Pixabay Who doesn’t love working from home in their pajamas? Perhaps not everyone wants this option, but increasingly, employees are demanding increased flexibility in their work arrangements. Employers are responding to their workers. In October 2019, USA Today reported that 57 percent of organizations offer … Continue reading Keys to Make Flexible Work Arrangements Work

Why Relocation May Be the Best Thing to Happen in Your Career and For Your Family

Olena Eaton — February 27, 2019 Follow @mpmodernagency — February 27, 2019 Ready to relocate for the right career opportunity? As the top executive search firm for senior level marketing, digital and e-commerce talent, most of the roles we work on include relocation as an option. As you move to higher level roles in your … Continue reading Why Relocation May Be the Best Thing to Happen in Your Career and For Your Family