Earlier this month our London team attended the Paperless Awards. Aimed at the Public Sector in the UK, The Paperless Awards recognise and celebrate exceptional progress towards the goal of becoming a paperless environment.
In our last three blogs (read them here, here, and here), we have already elaborated how home working has established itself as beneficial not only for employees who are working from home but also for employers who have encouraged it. While this method unquestionably increases productivity of the professionals and reduces overall cost of office space for the employer, how can an employer manage their home-based employees? Let us explore some key management techniques.
In our last two blogs about homeworking (read here and here), we described how homeworking has become a popular trend among professionals and the advantages and disadvantages associated with this mode of working. In this blog, we will explore a list of ten tried and tested tips and tricks suggested by various experts for successful homeworking.
After Adoption is an independent adoption agency working throughout England and Wales to help all those affected by adoption. From placing children with adoptive parents to supporting birth families and reuniting families separated through adoption, they work with all groups of people affected by adoption. Over the past twenty years, they have pioneered work with birth mothers in prison, search and reunion services and work with adopted young people.
America First Credit Union has been a Convene client for a year. America First Credit Union (AFCU) provides personal financial services of superior quality to its members and owners. It is the 7th largest credit union in terms of membership and 12th largest in terms of asset size in the US.Thayne Shaffer, Senior Vice President and Controller at America First Credit Union has explained their Convene journey. He has shared his experience on how Convene has helped their company to move from paper based to paperless meetings with better security and faster communication.