Mike Corbett, Jarvis’ CEO, On Quiet Quitting

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If there’s one workforce-related topic stealing the show on social (but also traditional) media in the past couple of months, it is quiet quitting. According to Investopedia, quiet quitting means, “doing the minimum requirements of one’s job and putting in no more time, effort, or enthusiasm than absolutely necessary.” In essence, people are giving up the highly-popular…

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Change your mindset: Focus on what you can control

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Is it just me or have the past couple of years been a bit different? A little uncertain, a tad unpredictable with a dash of helplessness? The pandemic flipped our routines upside down. Not being able to predict the near future and operating in total darkness has taken its toll on many individuals, organizations, and…

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Talent Attraction & Retention Through A Life-Work Balance Approach

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There has been a strong collective shift away from work-centric mindsets and towards an emphasis on building balance between career, personal identity, and values outside of the office. This shift has been exacerbated by the increased popularity of work-from-home arrangements and the entry of a new generation of workers into the workforce. Organizations with leading…

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Diverse Thinking In The Workplace

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Diversity in the workplace is something all companies are talking about – companies communicate how they ensure diversity in the workplace as well as how much it matters to loudly speak about it. However, is it only talked about or is it properly implemented and fostered in the workplace? Why is diversity in the workplace…

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