Forget ‘Work-Life’ Balance
The COVID-19 pandemic made much of America rethink the way they did work. Daily meetings were taken from behind a computer screen, and workers were forced to reprioritize when and how they would get their tasks done.
What the majority of companies found was that the work didn’t suffer. The shift to the virtual workplace didn’t change the amount of work we were able to produce. In fact, in many ways, corporate America did just fine as their employees also started to focus on personal development goals, mental health breaks and no longer just making the best out of a bad situation.
In this edition of The Handler Report, we explore what employees have begun to prioritize when looking for a new job. Employees have begun focusing more on fitting work into their lives instead of it being the other way around.