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How to Celebrate Halloween With Your Coworkers (Even if You’re All Working From Home)

How to Celebrate Halloween With Your Coworkers (Even if You’re All Working From Home)

Celebrating Halloween with your coworkers might seem a little difficult this year. If you and your coworkers are currently working from home, you won’t be able to have a Halloween office party, share sugary snacks, or show off your amazing Halloween costume in person. But never fear! It IS still possible to celebrate Halloween together(…)

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How to Successfully Collaborate With Your Coworkers From a Distance

How to Successfully Collaborate With Your Coworkers From a Distance

When you’re working from home, teamwork is essential. In order to get things done, you need to be able to communicate with your coworkers, share ideas, make group decisions, and get their input and assistance. But collaborating with your coworkers when everyone is working remotely can be difficult. It was simple when everyone could just(…)

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Managing a Blended Workforce

Managing a Blended Workforce

Right now, many employees are working from home. But in the near future, it’s possible that some individuals will be returning to the office, while others will continue to work remotely. This means that managers will need to manage a “blended workforce.” They’ll be responsible for leading and supporting a group of individuals who are(…)

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How to Use Technology Without Annoying Your Coworkers

How to Use Technology Without Annoying Your Coworkers

Before the COVID-19 crisis, we certainly used technology to communicate at work. We made phone calls. We sent emails and instant messages. And maybe, occasionally, we participated in an online meeting or video conference call. But today, with many of us working from home, technology has suddenly become the primary way to communicate with clients(…)

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All About “Zoombombing” and How to Stop It

All About “Zoombombing” and How to Stop It

If you’re working from home right now, you’ve probably attended a few video conference calls. (I attend at least one a day.) And you may be using a software called “Zoom” to participate in those calls. Zoom allows colleagues to see each other, talk, share their screens, write on the screen, post messages, use personal(…)

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