Workplace Safety & Security
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From receptionists to secretaries and personal assistants, office admin staff are the backbone of many businesses. They are the gears that keep turning in the backstage to ensure workplace life runs smoothly and everything is on track. To celebrate all office admins, we’ve made a list of the 9 legendary office admin staff from pop-culture. Loved (and sometimes hated) by the public, these characters have helped to shine some light on what it’s like to be an office admin, whatever the title may be. 1. Joan Holloway (Mad Men) Joan Holloway, Mad Men, AMC (2007-2015) Portrayed by Christina Hendricks, Joan
Are you considering investing in a Visitor Management System, but aren’t sure if it’s worth it? Let’s talk about 5 situations that would have you wishing you had Teamgo… 1. The V.I.P. The Problem This one’s simple. You’ve got a V.I.P. coming in for a meeting, someone you want to impress. Turns out it’s a busy day, your receptionist has many tasks on their plate and is prioritising other work over visitor satisfaction. The V.I.P. shows up and isn’t treated the manner you would have hoped. By the time they get to their meeting their mind is already half
Recent research done by IBM’s X-Force Red security unit has discovered 19 vulnerabilities in four Visitor Management Systems, including eVisitorPass, EasyLobby Solo, Envoy and The Receptionist. Visitor Management Systems are designed to help companies in increasing the security of their sites. That’s done by enabling them to check visitors in, print identification badges and track their ins and outs in the organisation. In addition, these systems let organisations obtain valuable data insights regarding their visitor flows through analytics as well as increase workforce productivity through streamlining sign in process. However, according to IBM’s report, the bugs found in
International Women’s Day is a symbolic date in women’s fight to bridge gender disparity. Created to celebrate women’s social, economical, cultural and political achievements, March 8th is a catalyst for raising awareness and advocating for women’s empowerment. The technology industry is generally a male-dominated field, with only 18% of technology jobs being held by women, according to a study done by Entelo in the United States. The gender gap only increases as you go up the corporate ladder, with only 5% of leadership roles in technology belonging to females, according to data from PwC UK. That has many causes,
Think about all the hours you spent in business meetings over the past year. Probably an awful lot, right? Now, answer honestly. How many of those hours were used effectively and how many were unproductive? I bet you’re thinking your ratio must be off somehow. Meetings are an integral part of any business, as they allow employees to collaborate, communicate and just be on the same page. They improve intra and inter departmental synergy, ultimately making the company run as a whole. However, business meetings tend to feel like a waste of time more often than we like to admit.
The aged care industry is in an era of unprecedented change. Consumers are begging for the embracement of the assistive technological revolution and the aged care industry is listening. Technology is disrupting the way we do things in everyday life, so why shouldn’t it change the way we live in our later years as well? What we need is a seamless integration of technologies into daily living, assessment, care planning and delivery. As long as we treat assistive technology as an integral part of the process instead of being tacked on it will change the way we think about aged
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