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These Are The 10 Best U.S. Workcation Destinations For Remote Work Travel

Seattle, Washington offers the perfect blend of work and play with its gorgeous streets, delicious food, and stunning waterfront views. Naples, Florida is a relaxed workcation destination with beautiful beaches, fantastic Wi-Fi, and plenty of outdoor opportunities to explore. Aspen, Colorado is a stunning ski resort town that offers a perfect destination for workcations, especially […]

Survey: Remote Work Isn’t Going Away — and Executives Know It

Remote work spiked during the pandemic, from about 6% of full workdays in the U.S. to more than 50% in the spring of 2020. Since then, it’s steadily decreased and since early 2023 has hovered around 28%. Many executives believe it’s time to come back to the office: Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan, has declared himself a remote-work skeptic; […]

15 Reasons Companies Fail At Remote Work—And How To Thrive Instead

With the rise of remote work, many organizations have embraced it as a way to improve work-life balance, reduce overhead costs and increase employee productivity. However, despite its potential benefits, remote work is not without its challenges, and some companies struggle to make it work. One specific reason why companies fail at remote work is […]

Pet-Friendly Workspaces Make You a More Competitive Employer Amid the Great Resignation

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Turns out that pet owners aren’t so willing to part with their furry friends during the workday. As employers work on building out their return to office plans, consider adding another incentive to help invite your workers back: pet-friendly benefits. A recent April study from Fi, a New York City-based company that makes smart dog collars, shows […]

Forget the Great Resignation. Bring on the Great Reimagination

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It harks back to the old saw: if you’ve got time to lean, you’ve got time to clean. What if the Great Resignation could help make your business stronger than it was before the pandemic? With millions quitting their jobs and taking part in the Great Resignation, labor shortages have plagued businesses for months. But a recent […]

Open Letter: COVID-19, the Death of “Business as Usual”

Concerned American, First, thank you to the front line workers, the nurses, the doctors, the first responders and all the others who have answered the call for help during this time. We thank you, and our prayers are with you during this time. With this COVID-19 pandemic happening, it is everyone’s first instinct to hunker […]

The Nonprofit Guide to Cloud Data Migration

Some links in this blog post may be affiliate or “Pay Per Click (PPC)” links, meaning we make a small commission if you click them and buy anything. Learn more. When I worked as a technical specialist at Apple, no feature generated more questions and concerns than the cloud. For many, the cloud is a […]

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Going All-Out For Young Women in STEM

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Going All-Out For Young Women in STEM “You can’t be what you can’t see.” CARLY CASSELLA, SCIENCE AS FACT 12 MAR 2018 Last week on International Women’s Day, Prince Harry and soon-to-be princess Meghan Markle used their royal platform to support young women and girls pursuing science, technology, engineering […]