As we all know too well, stress doesn’t just disappear when you leave the office for the day. Like email notifications on your phone, stress follows you home each day, affecting your personal relationships, as well as your mental and physical health. When left unacknowledged, stress can cause a bevy of health problems, including anxiety, depression, insomnia, high blood pressure, hypertension, and even increase the likelihood of heart disease. While you can’t eradicate stress from your life or change your immediate circumstances at work, there are still things you can do to help alleviate the stress for both you and your employees.
You’ve probably heard the statistic: about 40% of the current workforce is already made up of freelancers, solopreneurs, or so-called “contingent” workers, and that number is growing. While it’s true that advances in technology and changes in the makeup of today’s workforce have led to new ideas about where and how work gets done, the modern office is far from dead.
I went to ILTACON 2018 to learn about what's important to legal IT, administration and support teams right now. They have some very complicated problems to solve this year. I also didn't expect to see a CIO dressed like Wario.
In addition to features, functions, and results, Return on Investment (ROI) is one of the top considerations evaluators should be making when searching for the right enterprise software solution for their company. How quickly will the solution deliver the results that affect tangible savings? In other words, when will the software have paid for itself?
At AskCody, we look at ROI from not only a cost perspective, but a cultural one as well. Tristan Deschler, Customer Success Manager at AskCody, sat down to discuss what we mean when we talk about ROI and why it’s a critical component to the success of your meeting management solution.
Today, culture is so enmeshed with a company brand that it’s hard to discuss one without the other. It is what you stand for as a company leader and an organization as a whole. Beyond benefits and vacation time, company culture is an environment of support, transparency, and enthusiasm. And it cascades from the top. It’s a huge part of your role to set the tone for how employees feel, how they treat each other, and how they perform.