On March 8, the world observed International Women’s Day (IWD), an annual celebration of women and their achievements. Observed since the early 1900s, this year’s theme was #PressforProgress, particularly relevant following the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. Despite continued advancement for women, there is still much to do before we reach gender parity worldwide.
What apps do other businesses use regularly? What would they recommend to a business similar to theirs? Are these businesses 100% cloud-based, or do they use a mix of on-prem software and cloud apps?
In industries where it can be hard to find applicants with the right technical skills, it helps to have a Plan B. This is why hiring graduates and students has worked well for us, why culture fit is important, plus the five soft skills you should prioritise in your next hiring round.
Thanksgiving has just passed in the US, and we certainly have a lot to be thankful for.
Back in 2003 I decided that I wanted to "beef" up my management career and started doing an MBA. I wanted to go to the top. This was the first step in that career ride.
Come on a visit to the Suite office and you won’t find a printer, physical files or messy, paper-strewn desks (maybe the occasional dead plant or water bottle instead). This is because we’re a team striving to be paperless, the idea of which stemmed from a desire to be more efficient and sustainable. From an environmental stand point going paperless is clearly a good thing. Collectively we produce billions of new photocopies and printed documents every day, not to mention post-its, notes, memos, invoices and the like. This is all then thrown away (if we’re lucky, it’s recycled) or stored in big warehouses which then generates even more waste. Not only is this a drain on precious natural resources, but it’s also a waste of valuable time, energy and money as many business make room in budgets and teams to look after all this paper. Which is why from a financial standpoint going paperless just makes sense. But what does “paperless” actually mean.