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Originally published August 15, 2022 | By John Hackston As businesses continue to adopt a hybrid working model, organizations are finding new ways to build comradery between team members who may be working fully remote, part-time remote, or living in a different country. If your team is fully remote (ours is!), there’s less opportunity for… View Article
Originally published August 18, 2022 | By John Hackston Things have gotten a lot better since the darkest days of the COVID pandemic, so it’s not surprising that many organizations are now thinking of asking their employees to return to the office. According to recent research by Microsoft, 50% of leaders say their company already requires,… View Article
Originally published August 10, 2022 | By John Hackston The people have spoken, and they want a hybrid work environment. In this article, The Myers Brigg Company shares the findings of a study it conducted which analyzed remote, hybrid, and onsite work models and how it affects managerial support and intention to leave. It predicted employees… View Article
Posted June 29, 2022 | By Michael Segovia Such a great article that shows how the use of personality type can help people manage stress. As we all know the last few years have been quite the roller coaster and when we’re burdened by heavy stress loads whether it’s brought on by guilt, uncertainty, or other pressures, it makes us… View Article
30 March 2022 Promethium announced a partnership with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, to deliver federated query pipelines for the Data Cloud. Promethium’s federated query pipelines can enable Snowflake customers to publish a federated query created in Promethium to Snowflake’s platform with just a few clicks, without writing code or designing complex ETL pipelines. Data… View Article
10 March 2022 David Shuster hosts. Host of Beyond Homeless Documentary Mary Theroux joins to discuss what is needed to solve the homelessness crisis. Watch the full video at The Young Turks.
2 March 2022 | By Kevin Fagan A coalition of more than 30 nonprofit organizations and businesses will launch an effort Wednesday to create housing and shelter projects in San Francisco stocked with drug rehab and other services to help homeless people get off the streets. The alliance joins a growing number of efforts launched in recent… View Article
2 March 2022 | By Tim Johns On Wednesday, a new coalition called the Urban Vision Alliance officially launched in San Francisco. The group brings together 32 partners from both the public and private sectors. Their goal is simple, to address the city’s pervasive homelessness problem once and for all. “People feel like it’s hopeless. People… View Article
2 March 2022 | By Kevin Truong San Francisco housing nonprofit Urban Vision Alliance (UVA) launched Wednesday with the goal of ending the city’s homelessness crisis by building a coalition of nonprofits, businesses and community leaders who can mesh their unique skills to establish permanent housing solutions for the city’s most vulnerable residents. Originally founded as Halt Homelessness… View Article
1 March 2022 | By Kevin Fagan Desperate to combat a drug epidemic that’s cost more than 1,300 lives in the past two years, San Francisco officials are pushing to get more people into treatment and spending millions on expanding existing programs and creating new ones. Now, some city leaders and nonprofits are reviving talk… View Article