5 Red Flags of an Unethical Workplace: Q&A

According to the newly released Global Business Ethics Survey, close to 50% of US workers witnessed unethical and/or illegal conduct on the job in 2020. In addition, retaliation against employees who reported wrongdoing rose steeply, up to 61% in 2020. G. Richard Shell, Chair of Wharton Business School’s Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department is author of the bestselling Read More …

5 Products for a Better Home Office

Photo by Vlada Karpovich from Pexels With more people working and learning from home, it’s imperative that a home office fosters productivity. Not only should a home work environment encourage productivity, it should also be comfortable. Even if you plan to go back to work at the office or learning in the classroom, always keep a dedicated space Read More …

Coworking Pivots to Help Businesses Survive Covid-19

Image from Pixaby More than 24 million businesses in the U.S. have less than five employees and few support systems exist for aspirational owners. Enter Room2work, a shared office and warehouse space specifically designed for non-digital businesses who have outgrown their home office or garage. The thoroughly modern coworking space in suburban Atlanta combines digital mail Read More …

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 …

Workplace Fairness: Comprehensive Resource on Workplace Rights

Photo by Marcus Aurelius from Pexels Currently, no matter what your industry, going to work means potentially exposing yourself to a deadly new virus. Unfortunately, many employers are prioritizing profits over employee safety. Now that states are opening up after COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, the national nonprofit, Workplace Fairness (WF), advocates for workers’ rights and has updated its Know Read More …

WalletHub: The Best States for Working From Home

Photo by Chris Gonzalez from Pexels   With the outbreak of COVID-19, many homes are turning into the workplaces nationwide. Prior to this pandemic, just 25 percent of all workers in the U.S. worked from home. However, people who are allowed to work from home may not have the best environment for doing so. The best work-from-home conditions include 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 …

5 Work From Home Must-Haves

As more employees are working from home, it’s important that remote workers create the right space to maximize productivity. When setting up your home work space, look for items that inspire you and make completing tasks more efficient. By creating a calm environment free of distractions, you’ll not only be more productive but less stressed. Read More …