COVID-19: Positive and Permanent Workplace Changes that Should Happen

Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels Although the global coronavirus pandemic has been a horrible experience, it offers the chance for us to learn from mistakes made and to be better prepared for future outbreaks. Employers in particular should take note and revise their policies and procedures. Workers should feel safe and appreciated, not just during a virus Read More …

How Americans Feel About Returning to Work During Covid-19

Photo by Christina Morillo from Pexels The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed millions of workers across the globe to a deadly virus. Many Americans have shifted to working from home when possible and have expressed a desire to continue this setup even after the pandemic. Unfortunately, an end to the pandemic does not seem to be in sight as Read More …

College Re-Openings: How to Make it Safer

  Originally published on InsideSociology.com COVID-19 has brought about many technological and infrastructural challenges to colleges and universities in the United States. Many colleges have decided to move to a mostly online offering in the fall.  However, many others have decided to have in-class or hybrid options. Colleges are presented with students who are generally Read More …

FlexJobs: Beware of Work-at-Home Scams

As the number of unemployed workers continues to increase during the COVID-19 pandemic, work-from-home job scams are also likely to increase. The promise of working remotely has always been appealing for many people, but it’s particularly enticing for those wishing to stay safe at home while earning money. Work-at-home jobs have always been a target Read More …

How To Be a Good Boss During Stressful Times

Although some employees are able to work from home or take paid sick leave during the coronavirus outbreak, many others still have to come in to work. This is a stressful time for everyone, especially those without the luxury of staying home. If you are a manager, supervisor or other leader, it’s likely that you Read More …

NOT-ME! Provides Self-Defense Strategies

College towns and campuses are often targets for rapists, muggers, and other dangerous criminals.  A few weeks ago,  a man tried to kidnap a female student at a local university as she walked to her dorm.  Luckily, a campus security officer was nearby and heard her screams, but some situations don’t have such a fortunate Read More …