Large gatherings as we knew them are a thing of the past. 50% capacity or cancellations are the only solutions for some, but what about virtual live events?
We’re coming up on four months of quarantine now and, for many, that’s meant four months of mental health struggles. Consider the run on toilet paper we had at the beginning of it all. People’s anxiety over the unknown triggered that hoarding behavior.
COVID-19 has changed everything for everyone. A year ago, working from home was something we had employees trying out “in case of emergency.” The question has now become “Are we ready to come back to work?”
Remote work is blurring the work-life balance for millions of Americans, and causing some mental health issues in the process. Here are some tips for managing your stress and finding a healthier balance.
While many people out there are work-from-home professionals, this is new to a lot of us. As a result, we’ve seen some pretty embarrassing work-from-home bloopers pop up. How can you make sure you’re not the next YouTube sensation? I’ve got some tips for you.
In the office, we have amenities like a copier, scanner, phone system, multiple monitors, and, for special occasions, a fax machine. But in this current work-from-home climate, how do you maintain the same level of productivity without all that hardware? I’ve got some options for you to consider.
We’re finally starting to see some nice weather in the valley, but while that does give many of us an option to at least start to wander around our yards, there are still many great options out there to see something new without going anywhere.
Last Friday, Chris Berg was kind enough to have me on his show to talk about the current tech climate and trends in technology now that most of us are working from home. Specifically, he asked me to discuss the main issues businesses need to tackle in this remote work reality.
Going into the remote work/E-Learning stage that we’re all in right now, the number one concern I’ve heard is, “I wonder if I’ll need more Internet for all this.”
It’s not surprising that people don’t know the answer, but with a little information, you can pretty easily assess your needs.