Monthly Archives: April 2020

Workplace Health and Safety Committees Are Needed NOW!

The news reports on the coronavirus have come fast and furious with everything from the daily counts to, more recently,  lifting stay-at-home orders and re-opening businesses.  The lifting of stay-at-home orders and re-openings may be good or may be bad … Continue reading

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Three Things to Remember About Crisis Communications

Effective communications are important for any organization, but it is more crucial now. During uncertainty we must take extra steps to be sure everyone is informed about what is happening. While everyone realizes the importance of effective communications, few actually … Continue reading

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A Few Ideas For Remote Meetings

In this week’s blog, we’re going to continue with the topic from our blog two weeks ago about remote work. That blog was about  a report from Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s  Sloan Management  School citing a study that showed positive … Continue reading

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“The Only Thing We Have to Fear….”

Lately it seems like we have plenty to fear. The Corona Virus has supplied plenty of things to worry about, and politicians have played on fear like it is a game. Others have tried to pretend facts were fabrications and … Continue reading

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