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4 Top Tips to Keep Remote Workers Productive
The growth in the number of people working remotely is well documented. By 2020, the number of mobile workers in the U.S. alone is expected to grow to more than 105 million. There’s further evidence of the rise of remote workers in the use of mobile phones for conference calls. According to research from West Unified Communications Services, the number of conference calls made on cell phones grew 23 percent between 2011 and 2012 and an addition 19 percent between 2012 and the following year.
The Perfect Summer Company Outing
Summer was made for company parties on the roof deck, time spent in the woods at that retreat cabin, and fun inclusive games in the park that are amazing at boosting morale. Planning a company outing doesn't have to be mental torture. Simply take some time to read up on the best steps you can take to please almost everyone, and make your outing more than memorable.
Top Things to Do Outdoors with Kids
Summer's here school's out. The kids are home, all...day...long. Lucky you! You need outdoor activity ideas, and you needed them an hour ago. Well, never fear. Here are some of the best suggestions for outdoor fun for kids of all different ages.
Cartridge World Continues to Invest in Solution-based Technology
When you do the math, your business is looking at nearly $9,000 per year – at best – in printing costs for ink alone. At worst, your organization could spend in excess of $100,000 on printing in both color and ink pages. Either way, these expenses can have a massive toll on your business’s bottom line. It’s with this in mind that Cartridge World has developed solutions to answer major pain points for business owners.
How to Foster Diversity Through Workplace Flexibility
There are countless articles and studies about the numerous ways businesses can benefit from workplace diversity. To begin the conversation, you can look to a Harvard Business Review article that divides diversity into two parts: 1. Inherent: These are characteristics you are born with, including gender and ethnicity. 2. Acquired: In other words, these are traits you develop through experience.
How To Master Your Product Launch
Anyone who has seen the hit HBO series “Silicon Valley” knows that a new product launch can be daunting and an experience fraught with pitfalls, mistakes, trial and error, and a whole lot of faith. But, just like Richard Hendricks and the boys from Pied Piper, if you have all your bases covered (at the core of things), and you know your product - if launched correctly - will change the world, all you need are some simple steps to achieve what your company set out to do.