Companies quickly rose to the challenges of remote workEmployers are considering continuing with the option of remote work even after the pandemicChanges will be needed to be implemented to secure the workplace infrastructure Remote work enabled most businesses to continue functioning during the various lockdowns during the current coronavirus pandemic. Companies quickly … [Read more...] about Will Working from Home Stay a Thing After the Pandemic?
The pandemic has put the performance of political leaders in the spotlight and opened a portal to restore peoples’ faith in the democratic system, but it still appears to be a system in crisis. The impact of the pandemic appears to have affected the condition of democracy worldwide. In a recent report by the research Institute freedom House, in 80 countries, including … [Read more...] about Can the Pandemic Crash the Democratic System as We Know It?
Not all signs of racism are blatant, and it is often present in the workplace in a subtle form. Racism is illegal in the U.S., and it violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Unfortunately, racial oppression, just like all forms of discrimination, cause anxiety and psychological distress, making it very difficult for victims to concentrate on the task at hand. … [Read more...] about 5 Signs of Racial Oppression in the Workplace
Veganism has risen in popularity over the last decade and has lost its reputation as being an extreme or a fad diet. The term veganism was used for the first time by Donald Watson in 1944. He was a member of the English Vegetarian Society and wanted a word to describe vegetarians that didn’t eat dairy products. During the last decades of the 20th-century veganism was … [Read more...] about Why Being Vegan is Trendy
Adulthood can be hard, yet most of us enter it completely unprepared.From college already, we realize there are some things we should have been taught in school.These are mostly practical skills that we are faced with daily, yet have no inkling how to do them. Subjects like math, language, and science are essential but practical advice like using a credit card properly, … [Read more...] about What They Don’t Teach You in Schools (But Should)