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Here’s why parents value flexible working – and why the old office environment won’t be apart of the “new normal”

Over the last year, our homes have become our new offices, schools, and daycares. Parents not only became remote workers, but also full-time stay-at-home parents and teachers for their kids who were learning at home. As offices and schools have begun to reopen and welcome students and employees back, many working parents aren’t interested in returning to the old work environment. According to a FlexJobs survey, 61% of parents want to continue working remotely full-time, with 37% wanting a flexible,

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Networking: A lawyer’s guide to maintaining connections during a pandemic

It goes without saying that a lawyer’s bread and butter depends on the relationships that they form. A successful law firm is built by maintaining positive relationships with existing clients and attracting new ones. The pandemic has impacted how all professionals interact and engage with one another. In the past, networking hasn’t been a social distance-friendly activity – connecting would happen at industry events, conferences, and business dinners. Now that networking has gone virtual, how can you make meaningful online

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Here’s how your work-from-home environment is killing your productivity – and how to solve it

Many office employees suddenly became remote workers in 2020. What began as working from home for a few weeks has become a permanent working environment for many people. Depending on your housing situation, your couch might have become your new workspace. Or you might be lucky enough to have your own dedicated office. Or you might be trying to navigate working from home while sharing a space with your partner, roommates, or kids. Whatever your work-from-home setup looks like, chances

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Feeling demotivated? It might be remote work burnout. Here’s 4 ways to combat it.

In 2020, most office employees became remote workers unexpectedly. Now over a year later, office employees continue to work from home, without a clear end in sight. Employees and employers were forced to adapt – and for many, it was for the best. In its State of Remote Work Survey, Buffer found that 99% of employees would prefer to work remotely for the rest of their career. The biggest benefits to working from home were found to be having a

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