How to prevent work from home burnout

The coronavirus pandemic caused many businesses around the globe to switch to a work from home setup to ensure continued operations. While business owners expressed concern about the productivity of their remote staff, they should also pay attention to the risk of their employees getting burned out.

Workflow solutions: What they are and why your business needs them

Have you or your employees ever been overwhelmed at work? Did you ever feel there was never enough time to complete all your tasks? Were there times when things piled up in your inbox, desk, and to-do list? Are you constantly doing repetitive tasks day in and day out? If you answered yes to any of these questions, there could be something wrong with your company's workflows.

The best practices in collecting customer data

Customer data offers an insight into information such as customer demographics, behavior, and preferences, enabling businesses to create quality products and positive experiences that will cater to their client base. But it’s not enough for a business to collect customer data — it must collect data that is useful and relevant.

What is Zoom fatigue and how to prevent it

It's been almost a year since the COVID-19 pandemic changed the world. Businesses in Southern California along with the rest of the world had to adjust to lockdown restrictions and stay-at-home orders to ensure the continuity of their operations. This included shifting to a work from home setup.

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