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Work From Home Tips to Support Employee Motivation, Productivity and Health

By System Administrator | July 16, 2020 | Comments Off on Work From Home Tips to Support Employee Motivation, Productivity and Health
Working from home best practices

People around the world continue to discover the joys and challenges of working from home. The first few days may be amazing: working in your comfy clothes, eating your favorite foods, even taking a little nap when you’re tired. But after a while, many people report lower productivity, loneliness, back pain, and even weight gain.These tips are designed to help you and your employees avoid the many pitfalls reported with remote working.

Tips for Planning a Great Family Get Together During COVID-19

By System Administrator | July 10, 2020 | Comments Off on Tips for Planning a Great Family Get Together During COVID-19
Safe Gatherings During Covid-19

Sunrise Kitchens at ShopRite have come up with some creative ways for some meaningful interactions with friends. If you’re looking to plan a summer event with friends and family, here some tips for consideration.

Creative Healthy Habits

By System Administrator | July 2, 2020 | Comments Off on Creative Healthy Habits

A healthy lifestyle happens one healthy habit at a time. And the kickoff to summer is as good a time as any to start a new goal. discover some ideas for healthy habits that help establish and reinforce the core pillars of healthy living: nutrition, sleep, fitness, and hydration.

Breaking the Chain Through Education Update

By System Administrator | June 25, 2020 | Comments Off on Breaking the Chain Through Education Update

Although people all over the globe face the same threat, the US media has not covered the impact of Covid-19 on Sub Saharan Africa. Many of you have have asked how our children are faring in Ghana. We have asked our Director/Social Worker in Ghana, Bernice Akromah, to update you.

Revising Business Compensation Models During the Pandemic

By Julia Tsoy | June 18, 2020 | Comments Off on Revising Business Compensation Models During the Pandemic

Because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, businesses across a variety of industries are revising their sales compensation models. Nonprofit workforce researchers WorldatWork released a report in late April indicating that 36% of organizations had begun addressing sales compensation in light of the crisis, and another 49% were developing plans to do so. If your company is considering changes to how it compensates sales staff in a drastically changed economy, here are three of the most common actions being implemented according to the survey,

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