As more companies get back to business as usual, business as usual is changing. Now, a remote work environment and flexible working hours are standard offerings in the job market — and ones that make your company more desirable in the eyes of today’s talent.
If you run a business that prints oversized or odd-sized materials such as construction plans, engineering blueprints, graphic-heavy marketing materials and signage, and more it might be a smart idea to invest in an in-house wide format printer or a technical plotter. Creating outsized prints in-house can be significantly less expensive than outsourcing, plus you have more control over color, branding, and changes with in-house printers.
In the moment, you never really know the impact you can have on people by what you may think is a simple or small gesture of kindness.
The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc with physician practices and healthcare in 2020, where many providers saw stunning declines in productivity and associated revenues. In general, physician productivity fell by over 8%, although this varied among specialties. Factors that contribute to limited productivity include providers being burdened with non-productive tasks such as searching for information, inefficiencies in patient flow, and others. In addition to lowered productivity, staff burnout and job dissatisfaction rose, causing up to 30% of healthcare workers to consider leaving their jobs.
There is a wide array of print management software available today. The functionality of each varies somewhat, so you need to know what to look for to best serve your organization’s needs.
With more companies turning to third-party partners to help them expand their business capabilities without breaking the bank, there has been a surge in interest — and concern — about third-party risk management.
The COVID-19 pandemic put over 1.2 billion children across the globe out of the classroom, fostering a rise in home-based learning that is persisting well into 2021. While schools were already investing in educational technologies, spending $18.66 billion in 2019 alone, the shift to remote learning accelerated adoption of these tools, including video conferencing technologies, language applications, online learning software, and more.
As more businesses transition to a more digital operational environment, the need to protect data is escalating. And, while over half of small businesses claim it would take them three months to recover from a disaster, over 75% of them don’t have a disaster plan in place. And that’s unfortunate since downtime can cost companies up to $300,000 per hour.
As sweeping changes brought about by the coronavirus pandemic continue to impact the legal industry, more law firms are looking to grow their revenue and provide exceptional service through the deployment of technology. In the legal world, digital transformation is more about ensuring a high level of compliance, performance, and customer satisfaction than just automating processes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way businesses around the world operate. No industry has been immune to these massive changes in the way people work and interact with the professionals they trust. Face-to-face meetings have been replaced by video chats, for example. Even as the world begins to open back up, many of the changes that have taken place over the past year are likely here to stay.