Archives for September 2020

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How to Build a Hybrid Workplace in 2020

The pandemic has changed vast facets of our personal and professional lives. While some are looking forward to the time when they can return to physical offices, many others like the flexibility of working from home. According to one study, 62% of those employed have worked from home during the crisis, while around 25% did so just a couple years ago.

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How to Set Boundaries When You Work from Home

The new work-from-home normal has been disruptive for many professionals who never fathomed the need to work from their homes until a few months ago. Lack of dedicated workspaces, housemates and spouses also working from home, kids attending school online, and other distractions can create countless distractions. The result is more than a degradation in productivity. Working from home can impact work-life balance and even affect others in the household.

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A Comprehensive Guide of Returning to the Office

As COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen, more businesses will be opening their doors and returning to the office, but at what cost? The office environment must evolve with the times, which means improved health equipment, updated regulations, and possibly, an entirely new layout.

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4 Tips for Planning and Holding Successful Hybrid Meetings and Events

As businesses slowly start to make their way back into the office, there are many people still working from home, and so meetings and events will need to accommodate for both on-site as well as remote attendants in order to maximize their reach and revenue in the short and medium terms. 

Hybrid meetings and events solve this issue by making it possible for in-person and virtual attendees to share the same experience thanks to the technology available for this purpose. 

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How to Use a Virtual Office for Your Amazon Business Address

But beyond the legal liabilities, most solopreneurs and small businesses will not want to add personal names and home addresses to their Amazon seller account info. Imagine having a customer drive past your home to see what your worth might be or worse yet stopping by during dinner to air their complaints. 

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