Back to the Office? Many Workers are Ready to Get Back to “Normal”

Eric Mochnacz
January 4, 2021

Consultant Eric Mochnacz was featured in a Denver Channel news story about employees returning to work amidst the pandemic.

We had employees identify to us that their ability to return to office would actually be less stressful than being at home because they’re at home with their spouse who is also working at home and they’re potentially handing remote learning with their children at home and I also think there’s something about one’s ability to be productive while surrounded by their family

Catch the video and more of his insight here.

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A commercial roofing contractor was in hyper growth mode. They had goals to increase their field workforce to expand their service area to additional states and geographical locations. If they were to grow their field workforce, they would also need to increase their administrative, operational and sales headcount to support the additional workload created by increased field work. Additionally, they were challenged in workforce retention and development, experiencing high turnover, and did not have a dedicated Human Resources professional to manage employee relations and compliance issues that come with trying to scale a business.

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