Unemployment Claims in U.S Hold Near Pandemic Low

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The Labor Department recently reported a new pandemic low for the four-week moving average in unemployment claims.

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The Labor Department recently reported a new pandemic low for the four-week moving average in unemployment claims.

Despite the uncertainty of the Delta variant and how this will continue to effect businesses’ ability to return to pre-pandemic systems, the workforce is growing and unemployment in shrinking.

During the month of July, 943,000 jobs were added which was the largest gain in 11 months.

Business is ticking back up, but there’s a lot to consider when hiring today. ideascape has audited workforce health trends this past year, leading to significant findings regarding the future of hybrid work models. 

When is the right time to return to the office? How can you ensure employees working remotely feel included? How much flexibility should be permanently given to employees’ work schedules once this pandemic is over? 

Reach out to us today to start receiving strategy support and help answering these questions.

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