When my sons were little and I was dropping them off at a friend’s house, my last caution was always, “Now be on your best behavior and maybe you will get invited back.“ I was repeating what my mother had said to me . . . and her mother before her. Southern nice-isms to which […]
A Quarantine Survival Guide for Nonprofit Employees In the past weeks, as thousands of nonprofits shifted to remote working environments, we saw a flood of resources and tips for how to keep your mission moving forward in a virtual workspace. Although many thought we would be working from our kitchen table for only a […]
Remote working can become a breeding ground for worries … Managers worrying that they don’t have a sense of what their staff members are doing. Employees worrying that their managers think they are doing laundry instead of working. Everyone worrying about the disruption and chaos that has become their new normal. (Not to mention those of us worrying about not having enough toilet paper!)
Mobile wifi hotspots come in two forms: either built into a smartphone, like an iPhone or an Android phone, or as a standalone portable gadget. This offers a solution for remote employees with poor wifi reception.
As many offices shift to remote work, daily operations will need to adapt to using virtual technology in multiple settings. Fortunately tools and platforms can facilitate interactions between candidates and hiring teams, as well as advancement teams and their stakeholders – with the right preparation.
As most of us have experienced at some point, video interviews can go bad very quickly. Below are a few tips for ensuring that your video presence is effective and professional, whether you’re at a team meeting or a job interview.
Like most other public forums, it’s possible to have a person (who may or may not be invited) disrupt an event that’s meant to bring people together. Here are some reminders on using Zoom to host public events safely.
In an effort to aid in keeping people safe from COVID-19, tech giants Google and Microsoft have said they will grant free access for a limited time to their more robust teleconferencing and collaboration tools that are typically only available to enterprise customers.
Locking your wireless network is as important as locking your home. Learn how and why to create strong passwords for your network and router.
The Slack for Nonprofits program offers free or discounted plan upgrades to eligible organizations. Here are the details.