Every year, the holidays take many individuals out of their schedule to make room for holiday events, end-of-year deadlines, travel plans, reviews, and more time with the family. In addition, the current state of the pandemic is causing even more stress on many individuals. So, to help you avoid burnout, we put together five tips so you can enjoy the holidays to the fullest.
To share with new employees the company’s community and create a sense of connection hasn’t been accessible, but it’s not impossible.
However, there are still ways to make a new hire feel immersed in the company. Below are five tips to ensure a new hire is set up for success.
You’re in an interview and the interviewer asks you “what’s your biggest weakness”. How do you answer? In this article we are breaking down the formula on how you can ace the question without breaking a sweat.
Working virtually can leave you feeling disconnected from your coworkers as it takes out primary time with other individuals that you initially would have. More than likely, you aren’t the only coworker that’s feeling distant. When you are not connected with your work team, your work can be disjointed and inefficient. To develop a connection with your team, you can take small steps to feel the camaraderie again. In this article we share six ways to positively build relationships virtually with your coworkers.
Color plays a much more significant part in our emotions than most people realize. Our latest blog explores the science of color and the effects colors can play on your productivity.
Many people worked from home during the pandemic and now many are transitioning back to the office. To make the transition easier, companies are now using a hybrid work schedule. A hybrid work schedule includes working both from the office and at home during the workweek. The hybrid work schedule has agreed-upon days from the company with their employees to ensure productivity.