Occasionally, I will go through the spam folder in my gmail account, just to make sure there’s nothing in there that I actually want to see. It never fails that there’s some subject line that makes me giggle, just a little. A few weeks ago, I had 6th grade flashbacks when I saw an email…
COVID Stories: Sidestepping Doomscrolling and Staying Sane During Coronavirus
New Study Shows Troubling Disconnect Between HR and Employees
The ‘Rules’ For Working From Home – including why some of the “rules” should be ignored in favor of what works for you.
Why More Companies are Offering a Four-Day Workweek
How to Check Your Devices for Stalkerware
Craig Ball Just Published a New Exemplar Preservation Letter
Tech Sector Job Interviews Assess Anxiety, Not Software Skills
Three Keys to Avoid Microsoft Teams Data Swamp
No Brainer – Turn on 2FA Now!
Poor Work-Life Balance Linked to Poor Health
Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for July 2020
How to Know If You’ve Been Hacked, and What to Do About It
Before I start, let me just say that I am a big advocate of the outlook presented at the beginning of the recent Business Insider article, 6 Questions to Ask During Your Interview That Will Make an Employer Want to Hire You It’s common advice among job seekers: when you’re interviewing, you need to interview…
I’ve posted about this before, but it always helps to have a reminder. If you’re trying to escape an abusive situation, leave your devices behind. In these days of connected cars, maybe leave those behind too, if you can. Or, at least make sure the person you’re trying to get away from is not able…
On the one hand, I have argued before that we need to hold people accountable because, without a stick, our people will not have as much of a reason to care in the first place. On the other hand, a couple of the stats from the report that Doug pulled out tell me something different: