All the more reason to make sure all of your social media profiles, not just Facebook, are looking professional and not something that would come back to embarrass you. But that’s just my opinion… 😉 http://www.pcmag.com/news/351794/looking-for-a-new-job-check-facebook Follow these topics: Career, Links, SocialNetworking
What the literal hell? In reality, 70 percent of office emails are read within six seconds of arriving. This is a problem, but it’s not just a problem of phone addiction, it’s also a problem of management. How many people have been told to focus on a project and not allow email to be a…
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– “Corporate legal teams, under the gun to cut costs and empowered by powerfully simple technology, are increasingly in-housing work that was once sent to outside counsel.”
The pandemic is wrecking the typical 9-to-5 workday. Good riddance.
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– If much of the world moves to #WFH, affordable internet will be the dividing line for who can work, and who cannot.
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There’s lots more in the full article, but this does seem to sum up the problem for publishers. ““Why subscribe to that publisher? I already pay for Apple News+” should be the question haunting journalists’ nightmares. For readers, $10 per month all-you-can-eat from 300-plus publishers sounds like a great deal today. But it could accelerate…
As I read about various companies and hear stories from a variety of peers, it becomes obvious that there might be two mindsets when it comes to managing people. One says these are human beings and should be treated as such. The other says these are labor costs and anything I can do to get more productivity from these “tools” for less money is good for my business.
Those might seem like extremes, and they are. I’ll have more to say about these extremes in a later blog post, but if you fall on the side of seeing your people as people, take a look at the suggestions. I truly believe that even in a company that does want to recognize the importance of mental health and support employees, it is still really difficult to talk about. It shouldn’t be that difficult. Consider how we can make it more acceptable and comfortable for everyone to prioritize their mental health.
Craig Ball does a great job describing how hash values are created, and used to deduplicate identical copies of documents, and also how that technology would fail to identify the same content existing in different types of files. That’s why having a near-duplicate tool is also a good thing. It can help you find the…