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Software Essentials for New Workplace Norms

JoshuaHow has the use of technology and software changed how you work? In 2016 a survey was taken, and 53% of companies use collaborative software within their organization. The survey was taken four years ago, and with the speed of society, that number keeps increasing. Collaborative software or groupware is application software designed to help people working on a common task to attain their goals. You might use collaborative software at your job, and not even realize it. Continue reading ‘Software Essentials for New Workplace Norms’

Memorial Day 2020

David SpearsMemorial Day offers Americans a time to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and liberty in this great nation, The United States of America. In the process of honoring the memory of those veterans and their families, we also pay tribute to the veterans who have served and are still living today. Continue reading ‘Memorial Day 2020’

Open for Business – Own it

" "The COVID-19 has created a worldwide medical emergency resulting in a historic change to the way the world does business. Many in the workplace have been asked, and some chose, to work from home with no knowledge of how to do so productively. Here are some best practices to create a productive “work-from-home” atmosphere, especially if you are new to working remotely. Continue reading ‘Open for Business – Own it’

Good News: Finding a Job During a Crisis

Thelisa LavergneTypically, crises come with a lot of emotions about economics, employment, finances, etc., you get the picture. But there is good news! Landing a job during a crisis is not only probable but possible – so, why is this good news? Glad you asked. Continue reading ‘Good News: Finding a Job During a Crisis’

Covid-19 Out of Work – What Now?

Image of Tiffany ArmingtonCovid-19, popularly known as coronavirus, has been hitting the headlines ever since it was first detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province, in the People’s Republic of China. Although the initial outbreaks were initially limited to this Chinese province, this virus has now spread globally. Continue reading ‘Covid-19 Out of Work – What Now?’

Are you an Opportunist or a Procrastinator?

FriedaThe last time you stopped by I told you about the evening I went to put out the trash and discovered the distinct image of a bird, (or dragon) that had formed in the evening clouds. I quickly took a picture of this image before it completely disappeared. Continue reading ‘Are you an Opportunist or a Procrastinator?’

Are you an Opportunist or a Procrastinator?

FriedaOne crisp and breezy evening in December while rolling my trash can out onto the curb, I had the undeniable feeling of being watched. I stopped short and cautiously checked the alley around my garage as well as the gardens running along each side of my home. Nothing! With a strong sense of relief that no stranger was trolling around inside the property, I grabbed the handle of the trash can and proceeded down the driveway. Continue reading ‘Are you an Opportunist or a Procrastinator?’


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