As “work from home” is on the rise (remote workers has jumped from 15% to 20% during the past four years, according to Gallup), the common assumption is working from home takes its toll on employee engagement. This is slightly true, but the really bad news is neither home or office workers feel engaged.
Young professionals are less likely to stay at their jobs for more than three years. Fifty percent of companies polled said their biggest challenges revolve around hiring and retaining talent while at the same time 27% say their greatest strength is their employees.
Recently Willory conducted a survey to try and receive some feedback from our own network of professionals to gauge the HR and payroll industries. We wanted to get professionals’ takes on where the current state of affairs in HR and payroll as well as explore what the future may hold.
Being part of a mentoring relationship as an HR or payroll professional, both as a mentor and mentee, can be incredibly beneficial for career.