Tag Archives: Productivity

MatchWare Releases MeetingBooster 6: A Revolutionary, Cloud-Based Meeting Management System for Increased Productivity, Effective Communication, and Strategic Planning

The latest upgrade drives accountability, streamlines meeting procedures, and aligns management goals to further ensure meetings feel productive and professional, even when the workforce may not be able to meet in the workplace. Tampa, FL (June 18, 2021) – MatchWare Inc. announced the release of MeetingBooster 6, a new and improved upgrade to their award-winning… Read More »

How to Modify Your Diet to Relieve Anxiety and Promote Productivity

In this post-COVID world, there are two problems that are running rampant. And, if we’re being quite frank, most of us are suffering from both of them. Anxiety and procrastination are major issues in our socially distanced society. And the two are closely related. During these times, we’re anxious about health, the economy, and life… Read More »

UK employees suffer ‘appraisal apathy’ as productivity sees sharpest fall in five years

Nearly half (49%) of UK employees are indifferent to – or dread – their performance reviews 1 in 4 UK employees has never had a performance review in their current organisation Nearly half (42%) of UK employees’ performance reviews are still being documented in printed form London, UK – 23 October 2019: Research released today… Read More »

Trilobites: ‘Battle of the Thermostat’: Cold Rooms May Hurt Women’s Productivity

It is a truth universally acknowledged — or at least, much discussed on social media — that a woman who works in an office is in want of a sweater. Office air conditioning is often set at a temperature that women find chilly; the resulting water-cooler debate has been called the “battle of the thermostat.”… Read More »

Use E-Learning To Increase Employee Productivity And Satisfaction Posted By : Mattias Lind

Not too many years ago I used to run a small part of an organization. My part was to run the technical support division. The business was a success but since we were only around 10 people I needed to really plan when to let the personnel develop their skills.The least amount of personnel I… Read More »