Richard Calvert August 5, 2020 “Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’. Barely getting by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’” Back in 1980 when Dolly Parton’s 9-to-5 hit the charts, employers could be hard task masters. Workers’ rights were pretty much non-existent and the concept of a work-life balance was … Continue reading The Great Return to Work: It’s Now a Case of Adapt or Die
Ad spending data from thousands of advertisers suggests the boycott had little impact on Facebook’s revenues. Greg Sterling on July 30, 2020 Despite the participation of more than 1,100 companies, including many household brands, it’s unlikely that the Stop Hate for Profit Facebook ad boycott had a significant impact on the company’s revenues. The social … Continue reading Did the Facebook Ads boycott actually work?
Laura Spawn July 28, 2020 Employees want to be more than proverbial cogs in the machine. While they expect fair wages and benefits in exchange for their output, talents, and services, they also desire to be regarded as more than functionally required. One way businesses can acknowledge the value and contributions of their employees is … Continue reading How to Show Appreciation and Give Recognition to Employees in a Virtual Work Environment
Ashley Kimler July 22, 2020 The world has changed a lot in 2020, and many businesses have realized that not only is it possible for their employees to work from home but that it may also be beneficial. Indeed, 75% of remote workers say they’re more productive when they get to work from home because … Continue reading The Types of Tools Your Employees Need to Work From Home Permanently
Manish Mathuria July 17, 2020 In the last twenty years, the agile approach to digital engineering has become the accepted standard for developing and delivering digital initiatives. The agile movement has centered around cross-functional teams, smaller workgroups, flexibility, collaboration, trust, and the delivery of incremental improvements from its earliest days. When the Agile Manifesto was … Continue reading Your Guide to Staying Agile in a Distributed Work Environment
Liz Kislik July 16, 2020 Even though everyone’s trying to do their best right now, it’s tough — for both leaders and team members. Just making the right decisions every day is confusing because so many things are up in the air, either moving too quickly or not moving at all. Conscientious people are willing … Continue reading Is Conscientiousness Getting in the Way of Your Work?
Mrinmoy Rabha July 16, 2020 Whenever we talk about having fun, we hardly associate our workplaces with it. Nobody thinks that workplaces would be a place to have fun. On the contrary, when we talk about work, we only think about all the projects and the job that needs to be taken care of. Well, … Continue reading Fun at Work: 5 Tips to Managers
Selling luxury real estate remotely using AI and video. Rodric Bradford on July 15, 2020 “While early adopters of AI are still bullish, their competitive advantage may be waning as barriers to adoption continue to fall and more creative use of the technology grows.” Those are the words of Deloitte AI Institute Principal Nitin Mittal … Continue reading How AI and video marketing can work together in the time of COVID
Brian Wallace July 10, 2020 Just because many jobs have gone remote doesn’t mean you can’t find a job right now. Many businesses are hiring because they have seen an increase in demand for their services, and the beauty of remote jobs is that you don’t even have to be in the same location as … Continue reading Finding Remote Work [Infographic]
Mrinmoy Rabha July 1, 2020 As we know, the world has taken a long break from all the hustle and bustle, but that does not mean we stop working. Organizations now have implemented work from home practices so that there is never a pause in our work. With positivity in our minds, we have been … Continue reading The Future of Work Post-COVID-19