Halloween has left way to the month of November, and the Christmas atmosphere is almost settling down. Decorations are coming all around, but so are the stress levels. Despite the cheerful spirit that comes with this season, we are only with two months to complete to do-lists, to meet deadlines, and to achieve 2019’s goals.
“you may delay, but time will not” - Benjamin Franklin
This end-of-year rush may result, for some employers, into a real paralysis, postponing decision-making to next year. But there’s definitely nothing worse than rescheduling. It is high time to take actions.
Considering how stressful this period could be, this week I compiled a list of articles providing some good tips and tricks on how to make those last days count, rather than counting them.
Even if end-of-year is made for celebrating, for many employers the latter is all about restructure and redundancies. Considering how unenviable this situation could be, some measures should be taken, to bypass, or at least to lessen the drawbacks of the latter.
Helena Wheeler raises some questions that employers should ask themselves, not to turn a blind eye on the law while restructuring.
Who doesn’t want to make 2020 better than 2019? Even if 2019 went pretty well, there’s always a room for improvement.
Jason Averbook gives you 10 steps to follow in order to make the most of those two calendar months left.
Find out how to serenely step into 2020 through his article.
Our current world is working at a bewildering pace. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the pace, even more when it comes to tech-related issues. Even if at first sight HR and tech seem so far away, they are getting closer and closer and 2020 won’t deny it.
If you’re still uncomfortable with the idea of mixing those two, Steve Boese will depict how far you should keep an eye on it.
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As busy professionals, our schedules are often filled to the brim with meetings and tasks to complete. We can get so caught up with work that we might even forget our all-important lunch and power through dinner as well. Alas, we can only do so much given the 24 hours we have in a day. While time management is vital, being productive is another matter in its entirety.Enter time batching.