Nadene Evans

Nadene is the SR Marketing Manager for Zenefits. Nadene's first job ever was at a video store in the 90's, where she learned the intricacies of organizing VHS tapes and the art of rewinding. Today, she uses none of those skills to inspire online readers at Workest.

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It’s Our Work-aversary: Workest Turns Two!

Thank you for being part of the success of Workest!

List of Companies Requiring Mandatory Vaccinations to Return to the Workplace

Thinking of requiring mandatory vaccinations for your workers? Here is a list of U.S. companies who have already done so.

What Could Go Wrong? Survey Reveals Common Headaches During Virtual Job Interviews (and a Few Tips)

Hiring certainly has unique challenges in 2021. We surveyed 1,000 hiring managers and small business owners to uncover the most common mistakes being made during job interviews this year. 

Zenefits Data Reveals Workplace Gender Gap Trends Reversed During Pandemic

Women typically lag men in overall representation in the workplace, time off, and pay. A Zenefits study reveals a change in these trends due to COVID-19.

Funny, Free and Ready to Print COVID-19 Signs for Businesses

Looking to replace your old COVID-19 workplace signage with something more light? Here are some options for you to consider. Stay Safe!

Free, Downloadable COVID-19 Printable Signs in Spanish

We hope you find these Letreros imprimibles COVID-19 gratis y descargables en español useful.

COVID-19 Printable Social Distancing and Facemask Signs for Restaurants

Need COVID-19 printable signs for your restaurant? We put together a fun collection of signs to help guide your patrons towards a safe dining experience.

Social Distancing in The Workplace: How To Ease Employee Fears About Returning to the Workplace During the COVID-19 Crisis

Welcome your employees, visitors and customers back to your workplace with these ideas to keep them safe.

Applications for SBA Coronavirus Relief Loans Open in Montana, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah

The SBA made more states and counties eligible for local small businesses to apply for coronavirus relief loans.

How to Keep Your Small Business Growing During the Coronavirus Slowdown

Creative ways for Small Businesses to stay afloat at a time when many are forced to cutback hours, staff and spend less on marketing