Gig Economy

Unveiling the Reality Behind Peak Season: A Closer Look at Being Prepared

Avatar photo Wonolo on Nov. 10, 2023

Peak seasons bring a whirlwind of activity for companies, with HR and operations executives at the forefront of managing the staffing demands. According to recent data, an overwhelming 94% of these professionals believe their companies were adequately prepared for sufficient staffing during their last peak season. A strong start, right? But as we delve deeper into the numbers, a more nuanced story begins to emerge.

7 steps to get hybrid compensation planning right

Avatar photo Wonolo on Dec. 28, 2021

Thanh Nguyen is CEO and co-founder of OpenComp, a compensation intelligence company that empowers high-growth companies to get compensation right and pay employees fairly. Thanh is a leading expert in his field with more than two decades of experience in [...]

The Great Reassessment of Worker Priorities

Avatar photo Lori Macias on Dec. 7, 2021

At this time last year, there was no question as to where all the workers had gone. They’d been sent home as a result of shelter-in-place ordinances. With the COVID-19 pandemic in full force and vaccine approvals weeks away, millions [...]

The Future of Work for C-Suite

Avatar photo Lori Macias on Nov. 24, 2021

As the economy continues to bounce back from pandemic-related shutdowns, businesses in the U.S. are facing a very competitive labor market. It can be increasingly difficult to find qualified, reliable workers, especially for in-person jobs. The hiring market is so [...]

OSHA ETS Explanation

Avatar photo Monica Plaza on Nov. 23, 2021

Federal Court Enjoins OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate. What Happens Now? As mentioned in a previous blog post, the Biden Administration directed the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to develop an emergency temporary standard (ETS) requiring all employers [...]

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