Third, state and local leadership can make a difference. While a lack of federal leadership has been cited as a reason for the slow vaccine rollout, West Virginia succeeded in vaccinating nursing homes because it could be more nimble outside the federal program. State and local leaders can succeed when they are held accountable and when they proactively manage the process. … [Read more...] about The simple reason West Virginia leads the nation in vaccinating nursing home residents
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How to react: I’ve noticed that when things like this happen, people tend to get flustered and distracted—and rightly so. As a result, I have had candidates mute their mic or turn off their camera (presumably to go see what’s happened), effectively leaving the interview. Do not do this! Things happen. In this scenario, keep your cool, apologize for the disruption, and ask for a 2-minute break to assess the situation. It might be minor, which will allow you to continue on in a focused state, but if it needs more of your attention, ask to reschedule. Anyone who does not understand doesn’t deserve your employment. … [Read more...] about You have a job interview over Zoom. The kids are home. Now what?
Dawn Powerwash offers a good snapshot of P&G’s current development strategy. Dish soap has gone largely unchanged for decades. But a few years ago, the company noticed a shift in consumer behavior. People who were washing dishes in the sink weren’t filling the sink with dishes and letting them soak overnight. Instead, 61% were washing a plate here or cup there as they went about their lives—a trend, I gathered, that has only intensified over the past year in quarantine (and is certainly true in my house). At the same time, when people do hand wash their dishes, P&G finds that 90% leave the faucet on during the entire process, which consumes a gallon of water every 30 seconds. … [Read more...] about Procter & Gamble wants to reinvent how you clean your home
“We live in a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. And so, like, can you imagine trying to have two kids on virtual school in a two-bedroom apartment, and then trying to do work yourself?,” he said in the story, which was posted on the paper’s website this morning. … [Read more...] about Why aspiring NYC mayor Andrew Yang upset New Yorkers with his quip about working from home
New expectations around employee experience The employee experience left the confines of the office when teams shifted to working remotely at scale in early 2020. Office culture was brought into homes, which meant employee well-being and safety needed to be fostered at a distance. As a result, employees now need to know your organization supports them as they navigate at-home childcare responsibilities, increased health risks and a weakened economy. If not, you risk losing workers to a more flexible and supportive career option. … [Read more...] about The new top challenge for HR teams: Get comfortable with being uncomfortable