Given everything we’ve seen in 2020, this probably shouldn’t surprise anyone. Young people who have been paying attention to what is happening to their peers as they head into the workplace, and their parents as they struggle with raising children … Read More
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The whole article is full of good advice, if not advice that should be obvious, like this: “Rather than conducting employee performance reviews once or twice a year, tweak them so that they happen weekly or monthly, and so that … Read More
There is a lot to consider in the article below, but this, I think, really gets at the core of the struggle for remote working: ““Rewarding people who come early and leave late is a habit to break,” Sijbrandij said. … Read More
– Craig with a good explanation of why sending your photo evidence as inline images in an email is not ideal..
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This is something that I learned about years ago, and found it completely fascinating, and it has also been a lesson that has helped me understand what is really going on in many places, including with technology: “The physical world … Read More
This is an important thing to remember: “One of the major problems with complex jargon is that it makes the listener or reader feel isolated, like they “don’t belong” in the conversation. So they walk away feeling less interested and … Read More