hectic work environment

Finding Peace in a Hectic Work Environment

Its 7 am. You roll out of bed and struggle to get ready and out the door in time to arrive at work before 9. Your arrival at work certainly doesn’t mean a quiet cup of coffee though; rather you have an inbox full of emails to respond to, reports to look over, drafts of project ideas to be sent off, and surprise, an impromptu team meeting. By the time you look at the clock it is already 2:30 – did you eat lunch today? Probably not, but there’s no time now since you need the rest of the afternoon to work on a presentation for tomorrow morning…. Read More»

data security

Companies that Care About Their Employees Promote Data Security

Company caring involves a lot of small features that beneficially impact employees, such as providing insurance, personal time off, and flexible work hours (within reason.) It also encompasses a number of perks that shouldn’t be taken for granted including the occasional free meal, employee discounts, and employee organizations…. Read More»


Virtual Reality Can Bring Diverse Employees Together

Thoughts of virtual reality often bring to mind visions of crazed video gamers living in an alternate reality, or opportunities to experience what we might not have the ability or courage to encounter in real life. Something you may not have considered is virtual reality’s power within a business setting. However, as new technologies hit […] Read moreRead More»

Multi-Ethnic Group of People Planning Ideas

The Power of a Giving Mindset and a Collaborative Work Environment

The vast majority of us dream of a workplace free of competition. One where our ideas are bolstered by coworkers and we can find creative solutions to problems without management questioning every decision. We dream of a workspace where the higher ups understand that hard work doesn’t always produce quantitative results – sometimes just qualitative ones. Most of all, we dream of an environment that promotes knowledge sharing over information hoarding…. Read More»

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