November 2020: Here is where we are at
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Whether the pandemic has your normal organization spiraling out of control or you’re simply ready for a new approach, the fresh slate of a blank notebook can be a welcome respite from the sticker-filled, reminder-packed planners that are flooding the market today.
A few years ago, working remotely was a luxury. Today, it has become a must for workers, as organizations across the globe switch to remote working models to ensure continuity and protect their workforce from the COVID-19 pandemic. This period of uncertainty exposes you and your company to new kinds of cybersecurity threats. That’s why it’s crucial to think about how to stay secure while working remotely. Here are some practices and tips to help you stay safe and secure while working outside the office.
Getting Things Done - GTD
In the business world, stocks are a common pool or resource holding tank, a collection of goods that are kept somewhere until someone takes them out and gives them the use for which they were created. A spare parts warehouse is the most common example. A checking account is another example of stock: a monetary fund waiting to be used.
Remote employees are those people who are employed by an organization but work outside the main office either at home or in a different town or city. While remote working is convenient for professionals who do it, it comes with a lot of challenges. Studies have shown that remote employees are prone to more stress compared to onsite staff. They also experience interference when working from home and put in long working hours compared to their office-based counterparts.
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