Linked: Forget Flexibility. Your Employees Want Autonomy.
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Linked: Forget Flexibility. Your Employees Want Autonomy.

Autonomy is understanding what needs to be done and having the freedom to decide the best way to get it all done. Managers can still contribute, they still set the priorities, they assist with roadblocks, and they are the ones who communicate what needs to be done, but when they start to go much further than that, employees feel that loss of autonomy, and they don’t like it.

Over the last couple of years, managers have been forced to sit back and let employees have autonomy. Much like my own experience, you can’t possibly expect employees who were successful and productive with that autonomy to just give it back for no reason.

Good Information on the Current State of the eDiscovery Job Market

Good Information on the Current State of the eDiscovery Job Market

I tuned into a webinar yesterday put on by ACEDS, and then saw today that Jared Coseglia, from TRU Staffing Partners, had posted an article with many of the same points he mentioned on the webinar. If you’re in the eDiscovery space or want to get into the eDiscovery space, this is worth a read:

Shared Links (weekly) October 24, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) October 24, 2021

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Shared Links (weekly) Sept. 12, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) August 29, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) August 29, 2021

Linked: Workers Left Behind By the “Great Resignation”
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Linked: Workers Left Behind By the “Great Resignation”

This raises some interesting questions about wealth distribution among many other things. What does happen in service jobs, to the people left behind without other options?

From reading these stories, it’s clear that there is not always an appreciation for people who don’t leave, just an expectation that they will be taking advantage of more by employers, and treated worse by customers.

This makes me consider a couple of things: