Remote

It's clear that remote and hybrid work is here to stay and now organizations must re-center their culture to create new boundaries and expectations that include it. The goal is to create staff that is highly productive and communicative no matter where they work. Effective hybrid...

Though most churches don’t often employ fully remote staff members, you likely have staff that enjoy the benefits of occasional remote work: think of the pastor meeting a congregant for lunch; the worship team that plans at a local coffee shop; the children’s director that...

Apple’s director of machine learning (Artificial Intelligence), Ian Goodfellow, resigned from his role just four years after joining Apple and returned to Google. Why? In his email to his team he said the change is due in part to Apple’s requirement that staff return to the...

When the COVID-19 pandemic started, no one could have envisioned how long remote work would last or how many people would want to continue working remotely on a permanent basis. Along with the many problems this created in the workplace is one that affects how...

A 2021 survey by the consulting agency beqom found that 80% of U.S. workers expect their employers to let them work remotely multiple days per week. Most respondents, 65%, also said they would accept a pay cut to work remotely. Additionally, a 2021 survey by PayScale...

Hybrid or remote work environments are here to stay. When setting up a sustainable workflow and process, consider the following questions: What steps are you taking to ensure that everyone receives the training they need? Are you monitoring your staff's overall well-being? How are you...

Make Sure Employees Are Turning In Their Time Cards Late time cards are a problem for all types of companies. But they shouldn’t be. Why Are On Time, Accurate Time Cards Critical? Accurate, on time timesheets: Are necessary to pay your employees Are necessary to bill your...