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With remote work here to stay, how can we evolve with this ever-changing environment while staying connected?
When my office first went remote, I expressed strong opposition. But I'm starting to see that hybrid and remote workplaces have a lot to offer.
Employers look forward to a return to full in-person work, but their employees have embraced hybrid work and want it to remain.
The hybrid environment is here to stay, so business leaders must reflect on what has been learned during the pandemic to shape our future.
How updating our old work models to optimization-focused ones can help us work more efficiently and achieve more growth.
The concept has been around since the 1990s when companies like AT&T and IBM started exploring options with open office floor plans.
Nearly 60% of the American workforce is paid hourly and have been on the front lines of the pandemic. Now they are using their collective power to disrupt the way businesses think about staffing.
Many enterprising women are choosing acquisition entrepreneurship -- meaning they're putting their business acumen and investment dollars into buying and selling digital assets.
People like to claim that collaboration and creative thinking have suffered from remote work. Let me tell you why I think they're wrong.
Remote work might be the reality now, but creating face-to-face opportunities for your team members to connect is still a smart investment.