Category Archives: Home Work

Hybrid work: 3 technology questions CIOs should be asking

Hybrid work is here to stay, as workers around the globe are now insisting on that flexibility. According to a Frost & Sullivan survey of global IT decision-makers, 93 percent of business leaders expect one-quarter or more of their employees to work from home moving forward, with most likely moving between home and the office.… Read More »

Fire official finds high reward in PhD

May 13, 2022 — DENTON — Megan Schuth gets it. It’s the obvious question, one she’s been asked repeatedly. She’s struggled to answer it herself. “I was at a class in Huntsville for fire executive management training and professional etiquette,” said Schuth, who is a battalion chief in the Denton Fire Department. “I casually worked… Read More »

Pay cut, No promotion: Pay the price of working from home

Until last year companies were advocating the benefits of work from home (WFH). However, the table has turned as the pandemic era begins to end. Managers believe that fully remote work will soon end. Some even warn of severe consequences for employees who refused to fall in line. According to a recent survey, 60% of… Read More »

Work for Worcester | City of Worcester, MA

Overview The City of Worcester is the heart of Central Massachusetts and the Commonwealth, and a wonderful place to work. Home to more than 200,000 residents and thriving businesses, renowned higher educational institutions, diverse cultural amenities and a vibrant social scene, Worcester is a leading New England city and a great place to live and… Read More »

Canadian offices going to the dogs as work-from-home ending

Daisy moseys over to greet visitors, her tail wagging. She’s listed as chief morale officer on Tangsten Collaborative’s website, and is among the many pets joining their owners returning to Canadian offices after working from home through the pandemic. The 12-year-old Lab sniffs for treats. Before long, a Basset Hound named Delilah waddles over, offering… Read More »

Family Seeks Answers To Disappearance Of Crimean Health-Care Activist

Health-care activist and blogger Iryna Danylovych was returning home from work at a boarding home in southeastern Crimea on April 29 when she went missing, purportedly detained by the peninsula’s Russian authorities for allegedly passing information to a nongovernmental organization. But her family and lawyer cannot be sure. They have been unable to determine Iryna’s… Read More »