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October 21, 2014

Sick? Keep it at Home!

By: Maurice Gilbert Sickness – and preventing it – is top of mind these days.  You can hardly turn on the radio or TV without hearing mention of Ebola.  This may be even truer here in Dallas, where to date we’ve had one person succumb to Ebola, two more contract…
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October 10, 2014

Why Aren’t We Taking Our Much-Needed Vacations?

By: Maurice Gilbert Time off from work (in the form of a vacation or personal day, that is) has been shown to improve morale and productivity among workers, and for this reason, most companies encourage their employees to take advantage of paid vacation time as much as possible. That’s what…
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October 2, 2014

Meetings Stink — What You Can Do About It

Announce an upcoming meeting and there will probably be a collective groan among your staff.  A huge percentage of workers feel most meetings are pointless time sucks, but the fact is that they're often necessary.  They don't have to be necessary evils, however.  There are certain tactics you can take to be…
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September 25, 2014

What You Didn’t Know About E-Learning

Have you taken stock lately of your trainees?  Did you know that organizations with robust e-learning programs tend to fare better on just about every front?  What you don't know about e-learning may surprise you!  Dive into the infograhic below... the data you find there may leave you wanting to tweak…
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July 24, 2014

The Case Against Multitasking

People often boast about their abilities to multitask, but is it really a good thing?  Yes, we want versatile workers, although if they're juggling too much at once, they're more likely to drop a ball here and there.  And, depending on what gets overlooked or which portion of their work suffers,…
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June 26, 2014

The Ideal Workspace

There's more to productivity than maintaining mental focus.  The configuration of your workspace can play a huge role in how well you work.  If your eyes are strained or you spend a good part of the day in unnatural positions (head cocked to hold a phone to your ear, for…
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April 15, 2014

Survey: The Advantages of Telecommuting in 2014

Despite the fact that some large corporations have done away with work-from-home programs altogether, the advantages of telecommuting are unmistakable.  A recent survey by PGi revealed just how beneficial working remotely can be, both for the individual and the company. PGi, a leading provider of technology for collaboration and web…
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January 10, 2014

Where Does the Time Go?

You know that post-lunch space-out you find yourself in at work occasionally?  Don't beat yourself up too much.  According to a Salary.com survey, a whole lot of us while away part of the workday. Infographic courtesy of Salary.com
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October 7, 2013

Just Wasting Time…

Between meetings, correspondence, phone calls and office or cube drop-ins, it’s probably not uncommon for you to log an eight-hour (or more) workday and leave the office feeling like you didn’t get anything accomplished. Recruiter.com recently posted an article on some of the top time sucks for a typical office…
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