“The Crown”, “Grace and Frankie”, “Orange is the New Black”… after a long day at the office, I enjoy opening my Netflix app to tune into my favorite shows for an hour. But with so many options, I often find myself sitting and staring at the screen, struggling to make a decision on what to watch. I’m sure you can relate… in fact, it turns out I’m not alone at all.
In 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted to prohibit discrimination and ensure equal opportunity to people with disabilities. It goes without saying that everyone should have access to employment, transportation, facilities, and more. Thirty years ago, this legislation safeguarded those rights. But times have changed a lot in thirty years, where we used to run to the store to pick up groceries, now we order them online to have them delivered; where we used to mail in a check for our many bills, now we automatically withdraw the amount each month from our online banking.
For Women’s History Month, we are celebrating the inspiring and hard-working women at Businessolver who are helping to create the success of the company each and every day. For our next entry, we interviewed Bridget Lind, the Director of Product Marketing and Operations.
Turnover is an inevitable fact in today’s workforce. Gone are the days when you could expect an employee to earn their 30-year gold watch for continued service and dedication to one company. And while some may be nostalgic for those days of old, it’s time to move forward and prepare for your changing workforce. As Millennials become the largest portion of our workforce, we are seeing a lot of significant statistics for employee retention.