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Flex Time

No longer having to rush out the door means I can be more deliberate about my morning routine. Instead of packing my lunch and shoveling food into my face before running for the train. I now take about 30 minutes … Continue reading

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Embrace a Four-Day Workweek?

Our goal is to respond to every client inquiry in four hours or less. And we’ve been able to fulfill all of that while taking the Fridays off. So I would give it a definite yes. I think of when … Continue reading

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6 Tips For An Inclusive Organizational Culture

A passionate and rich discussion followed about the proactive steps that can be taken to ensure organizations build cultures with positive values and attributes, including: Invite the right people to meetings – diversity of people leads to diversity of ideas … Continue reading

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Conflict of Interest

I work for a large corporation. Over the last five weeks, while we’re all working remotely during the stay-at-home orders, the number of meetings scheduled outside normal business hours has increased. It’s as if people just assume everyone is always … Continue reading

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Office Chatter Box

During staff meetings, one of my co-workers can’t seem to stop talking. “Megan” dominates every discussion with a detailed rehash of previous topics and an obsessive focus on minor details. Our manager allows her to ramble on without doing anything … Continue reading

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