WorkForce Software Honored in Comparably Annual Ranking of Top Companies for Work-Life Balance

LIVONIA, Mich., Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — WorkForce Software, a leading global provider of cloud-based workforce management solutions, announces today that it has been named #15 in the top 100 highest-rated companies for work-life balance in the 2020 Comparably Awards. The Comparably Awards are a business and company culture awards program, and the ratings for best work-life balance are based on anonymous employee feedback. In addition to WorkForce Software, the list of highest-rated companies for work-life balance also includes market leaders such as Walmart Inc., Starbucks, Target and Whole Foods Market.

“One of the critical drivers to a company’s success is cultivating happy and healthy employees, and that requires offering the best possible work-life balance,” said Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software. “I am proud of the culture we have built at WorkForce Software where we always put our employees first. Our approach puts trust in employees and

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Finding Balance After An Unprecedented Year Of Change

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By Lieven Bertier, Director of Workplace, Barco

There is no part of society or the economy that has not been touched by the Covid-19 pandemic. It saw the biggest shakeup to common working practices in living memory, with remote working becoming widespread for the majority of office-based workers. While the world of work will never be the same again, the assumption that office life, as we know it, would come to an end and people would want to universally move to remote working now looks to be an overreaction. 

For the foreseeable future, the welfare of staff will continue to be of paramount importance, and as subsequent waves spread across Europe bringing further lockdowns, there will remain a high proportion of employees working from home. However, a new report from Barco ClickShare, Finding a New Balance, reveals that there is now a

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The Economist adds “Checks and Balance” podcast to roster of permanent weekly programming

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LONDON, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today The Economist announced that its US-election focused podcast “Checks and Balance” will continue and become a permanent programme after the US election on November 3rd.

Launched in January, Checks and Balance is a half-hour weekly programme that digs into the history and political science that answers some of the big questions shaping the political landscape in America. The three hosts, US editor John Prideaux, New York bureau chief Charlotte Howard and Washington correspondent Jon Fasman, talk to The Economist’s global network of correspondents on the ground to understand the outcome of the US election and the key issues facing the next president and his administration.

Anne McElvoy, head of Economist Radio, explained the continuation of Checks and Balance: “The outcome of the US

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The Economist adds “Checks and Balance” podcast to roster of permanent weekly programming | News

LONDON, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today The Economist announced that its US-election focused podcast “Checks and Balance” will continue and become a permanent programme after the US election on November 3rd.  

Launched in January, Checks and Balance is a half-hour weekly programme that digs into the history and political science that answers some of the big questions shaping the political landscape in America. The three hosts, US editor John Prideaux, New York bureau chief Charlotte Howard and Washington correspondent Jon Fasman, talk to The Economist‘s global network of correspondents on the ground to understand the outcome of the US election and the key issues facing the next president and his administration.

Anne McElvoy, head of Economist Radio, explained the continuation of Checks and Balance: “The outcome of the US election will have global implications. Giving Checks and Balance a permanent spot in our lineup

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