As of January 25th, 2022, OSHA issued a notice withdrawing the currently stayed Vaccinate or Test ETS that applied to employers with 100+ employees. This action will end the debate over whether OSHA has the authority to issue such an emergency temporary standard.
Many people spend hours on email each day. It is a key tool for communication, and to connect people within and between organizations. From an organization perspective, it is also used to record critical decisions, help people remember timelines and save critical files.
Email is a wonderful tool for both individuals and organizations, but when it becomes more of a burden and hassle than an asset, then it is time to pause and create a new email organization strategy. Email should advance your personal goals and organization mission - not detract from or further complicate it.
When the world locked down, those who transitioned to working from home assumed it would be work as normal, just not in the usual workplace. Many also thought their work would return to the office – once the pandemic had waned.
Pryor Learning is committed to supporting your personal and professional training and development in 2022. Here is our Top 10 list of resources to help you start the new year with a fresh perspective and new skills.
An effective goal setting process is more than just writing a new To-Do list. Instead, it involves reflection on the past and an honest assessment of values and upcoming priorities. This doesn’t require a long window of time, but it does benefit from a systematic process. In the next week, take one hour to write down responses to the following questions:
For many professionals, managing projects through the holidays is a challenge – keeping clients happy, keeping production running, while also caring for your team and your family is tough. Here are some tips for managing competing demands:
Let’s face it – most of us have a unique talent for procrastination! Instead of that difficult report, we work on email. Instead of having that difficult conversation, we call a friend. Instead of working on that status report, we do laundry or online shopping.
Many people are approaching the end of 2021 with a sense that a New Normal may be emerging. Kids are back in school, families are gathering again, and businesses are settling into new telework and remote work patterns. At the same time, many are experiencing stress and challenges at work in managing supply chain challenges, and customers are finding that holiday shopping costs more and takes more time.
Different employees want different developmental opportunities. Some prefer the stability of a long-term dedicated role; others want to be stretched to grow and learn something new. Some may see new opportunities as the organization just continuing to raise the stakes; others may seek that challenge.