Ten Guidelines for Videoconferencing at Work

One, consider alternatives to Zoom. Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, Webex, and GoToMeeting.com are among the alternatives to the popular web meeting application. Your requirements may be better met by one of the alternatives. Considerable amounts of document sharing, for example, may make Microsoft Teams a better choice. Do a little investigating of prices and features … Read more

How Protecting Your Employees’ Rights Protects Your Business

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In the United States, several key pieces of legislation protect employee rights. These arose as a result of workers unionizing and agitating for fairer conditions over different periods in modern history. The labor legislation covers several different areas, but they’re all important in ensuring the safety and well-being of your staff members. Ensuring this, in … Read more

How to Tell That Your Organization is Ready for Remote Work

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Remote work has been around for some time. Giving employees the option to proceed with their normal workday wherever they please provides a host of benefits. It lowers costs, improves retention, supports work-life balance, and enhances productivity – among many others. You may have been toying with the idea of remote work, but now many … Read more

Combatting Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry

Sexual harassment is pervasive in the restaurant industry, according to the Harvard Business Review, which states that “More sexual harassment claims in the U.S. are filed in the restaurant industry than in any other, where as many as 90% of women and 70% of men reportedly experience some form of sexual harassment.” The review launched … Read more

Discrimination in the Workplace with COVID-19

Xenophobia is the “fear and hatred of strangers or foreigners or of anything that is strange or foreign.” Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, there have already been numerous reports of people of Chinese descent being discriminated against. Given these unfortunate reports, as well as heightened fear of contracting the virus, employers need to take … Read more

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