Technology of the Remote Worker

The most important thing, for me here, is that the technology needs to be utilised as an enabler.  I know companies that utilise technology to reduce empowerment such as employing keyloggers to check productivity.  The idea that a human can stare at a screen and type non-stop for 8 hours a day is an example […]
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Organisational Policy Changes and Shifts

Among the many other changes we have been going through, and expect, comes changes in policies. Instructor, Robert Annis, explores these potential changes in the continuation of his pandemic blog series! All companies have policies, they guide actions and help make sure that we act within the law and company values.  Sometimes their ethical guidance […]
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Leadership in Remote Working Organizations

Going from in-office working, to remote working was a tough transition for everyone, that includes the Leadership! Instructor, Robert Annis, continues his pandemic blog series with this blog discussing leadership in this remote working environment.  A lot of focus is given to how workers will need to change their approach now and indeed I’ve focused […]
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A Day in the Life of a Post-Pandemic Worker

We humans experience change continuously throughout our lives, although days may seem monotonous at times, we are upset when our routine is affected or we don’t get what we expect.  Change happens on larger scales too whether it’s growing up, raising our own children or buying your first home. Instructor, Robert Annis, continues his pandemic […]
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Impact of the Pandemic

Instructor Robert Annis continues this blog series by discussing the psychological impact of people from the pandemic. The greatest impact of coronavirus may well be seen as the impact on the economy in the form of a recession, but it would be a mistake to only focus on the obvious.  There will be many impacts […]
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