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5 Strategies to Address Employee Stress in the Workplace

by Yesa Yu, Corporatewellnessmagazine.com
November 17, 2017

“The next economic era demands new ways of working that harness human potential. Competitiveness and success in the future economy will require the harnessing of human talent and energy, by supporting all of us to be healthy, resilient, motivated, and engaged in our work. To survive, compete, and innovate in the future economy, individuals need...[Click to read more]

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5 Tech Changes That Can Improve Your Business In 2018

by Kayla Matthews, Dmnews.com
November 16, 2017

Changes in technology can prompt your business to improve its processes and output. A company that finds itself lagging behind competition can transform to greatness with specific tech changes, especially in software, marketing technology, and digital data. Although the transition to new tech can cause lost productivity if it’s rushed, many businesses are fully capable of a...[Click to read more]

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IT support vital to successful workplace strategy

by Susannah Pennal, Reminetwork.com
November 16, 2017

As real estate prices continue to rise in Canada, companies are exploring increasingly creative and innovative strategies to shrink their real estate footprint and save money for what really matters — growing the business. Two trends in particular are benefitting from this drive to reduce costs — hoteling and work-from-home policies. When an organization institutes...[Click to read more]

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4 THINGS YOU NEED TO MASTER TIME MANAGEMENT

by Tim Dendy, Govloop.com
November 16, 2017

Time management is an art and skill that seemingly everyone finds challenging for various reasons. There are work demands and distractions. When I mention distractions, I am referring to those emergent but necessary tasks that come up throughout the day. Managing your workload as well as managing distractions is the two-sided scale with which everyone can...[Click to read more]

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Letting your employees work remotely could help you keep them for longer

by MARTIN KOVACS, Smartcompany.com.au
November 15, 2017

Companies struggling with high employee turnover may benefit by considering remote work options, with recent research revealing advantages for both employees and employers. Owl Labs’ 2017 State of Remote Work report, put together with support from TINYpulse, shows that companies that allow remote work experience 25% less employee turnover than companies that don’t.[Click to read more]

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Technology’s role in improving work-life balance for remote workers

by Gavin Russell, Itproportal.com
November 15, 2017

As communication infrastructure has improved (with the amount of homes with superfast broadband connections topping 10.8 million last year), workers now receive an almost identical connectivity experience at home as they do in the office. Because of this, a rising number of young professionals are working remotely and living a nomadic lifestyle. The trend shows no...[Click to read more]

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