I caught the headline of this article about a Careebuilder survey that says half of employees view their current situation as “just a job”, and my immediate reaction was that I didn’t see a problem with that. TechRepublic obviously doesn’t agree with me, since the rest of that article talks about the risk of turnover…
I’ve been at this blog for almost 19 years. Are you sure it’s still me writing these posts? Did I disappear and just leave it on autopilot to write posts for me long after I’m gone?
Are you sure you would know if I did?
Not everything is as it appears. We could all use a lot more skepticism, especially on topics we are already biased to believe.
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This is just wrong on so many levels.
“Executives have often led the charge to return to in-person work — yet new research from Future Forum, Slack’s research consortium, reveals that non-executive employees are nearly twice as likely as executives to be working from the office five days a week.”
Workers who stay with a company longer than two years are said to get paid 50% less. There are a number of reasons given for job hopping being a good thing, but this one made me sit up and pay attention. It makes sense if you think about it. Annual raises aren’t much for most…
This is the one thing I’ve talked about before when it comes to where we might fall short on our cybersecurity training, we don’t really hold anyone accountable.
Make cybersecurity part of formal employee evaluation. Give people a reason to care. Much like I talked a couple of weeks ago about creating a training culture, provide a way for people to learn more and to learn from others. Give them space and time to talk about security. Recommend they read some security blogs, meet to share stories about the latest phishing information out there, etc.