6 Desk Exercises That Help You Get Stronger While Working

You can do squats, planks, pushups or even a get in a quick run all without leaving your desk   The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends we all get at least 150 minutes of exercise each week. That includes a combination of aerobic (heart-pumping) exercise and strength training.  When and how you get that work[…]

How to Build Trust with New Hires of Your Remote Team

With the shift to remote working comes a lot of technological challenges. For example, virtual meetings are now integral to the way we collaborate with colleagues and clients alike. To a growing number of employers, the benefits of remote working — including increased productivity and greater convenience for employees — are becoming ever clearer. But there[…]

Managing Yourself: Doing Your Best When Nobody’s Watching

Many managers of remote employee’s harbor some not-so-secret fears about what their subordinates might be up to in the course of a workday. Managing yourself when nobody’s watching can be tough. In some cases, there might already be systems and processes in place that help to squelch their apprehension. In others, you might find yourself[…]

How To Stay Connected To Your Team While Working Remotely

Clearly, remote work is here to stay. Not only does it give employers more hiring options, but it also benefits employees. Research from Owl Labs found that remote and hybrid employees were 22% happier than workers in an onsite office environment and stayed in their jobs longer. Also, remote workers had less stress, more focus and were more productive[…]

Maintaining health while working from home: 8 tips

Working from home can be beneficial in many ways, but it can also present several physical, mental, and social challenges. Health tips for those working from home include wellness fundamentals, such as eating a nutritious diet and getting regular exercise. However, it is also important to address the psychological and social challenges of remote working,[…]

How to Prioritize Workplace Tasks(With 5 Steps and Tips)

When you have multiple work tasks to complete each day, you may need to develop an effective system to manage them. Prioritizing is a way to determine what you should accomplish first based on importance. Understanding the best ways to prioritize your tasks can save you time in the workplace.   In this article, we[…]

Work Life Balance

For a lot of people, the pursuit of a healthy work/life balance seems like an impossible goal. With so many of us torn between juggling heavy workloads, managing relationships and family responsibilities, and squeezing in outside interests, it’s no surprise that more than one in four Americans describe themselves as “super stressed.” And that’s not balanced—or healthy.[…]

Creative Ways to Get to Know Your Team When You Work from Home

Don’t think for a moment that only employees who stand around the company water cooler each day build bonds. Plenty of methods exist for remote workers to get to know their colleagues—and reap benefits such as improved overall communication, a sense of belonging, and increased job satisfaction. Looking for inspiration? Here, remote workers share their[…]

Tips to Manage Childcare When You Go Back to the Office

Talia is an executive at a Boston area multinational company and the mother to two grade-school-aged boys. Over the past decade, she’s enjoyed advancing through the ranks, delivering consistently strong results while building high performing teams. But the past year and a half have taken its toll, pushing her to both her professional and personal[…]

Body Language Habits to be Aware of in Video Calls

Nonverbal communication is already a nuanced matter. And now that Zoom meetings are the new normal, the topic just got a tad more complex. Why? Even though it’s not always consciously conveyed or accurately interpreted, body language matters even more on video calls than in person.   “A significant proportion of the meaning that we convey[…]