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Multiview Briefs 05/14/2020 10:56
{summary}. Ninety-one percent of people know they shouldn't reuse passwords, but 66% do it anyway. This infographic outlines the history of passwords as well as what might come after passwords. As Netscape co-founder Jim Clark says, "All it takes is the breach of a site [to be compromised].". Infographic courtesy Beyond Identity.
Multiview Briefs 04/27/2020 09:44
{summary}. Beyond all the political posturing — both Democratic accusations of Trump administration failures and equally fervent Trump administration declarations of triumph and blame-shifting — one thing has largely been overlooked. It wouldn’t have mattered who was in charge when it became clear we were beginning a prolonged health crisis early in 2020. The failures to adequately respond began years ago and continued through three administrations, both Republican and Democratic. Failure to Respond: The Early Years. In 2005, Health and Human Services Secretary . Then, he began consulting with experts at the Center for Disease Control and reading the scientific literature on viral transmission. Soon, he became a convert. The increasing interc.
Multiview Briefs 04/10/2020 16:02
{summary}. Though the United States has one of the most expensive healthcare systems in the world, it is far from achieving the best outcomes in the world. This infographic outlines the hidden impact of mixing business with medicine, as evidenced by the drastic shortage of PPE and other necessities in the wake of COVID-19. Infographic courtesy Social Work Degree Center.
Multiview Briefs 04/03/2020 09:53
{summary}. In March, total U.S. nonfarm payroll jobs fell by 701,000,. versus February's 273,000 new hires, according to a report by the. . March's unemployment rate rose to 4.4% from February's 3.5%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic included local and state orders to practice "shelter in place" and social distancing," as well as closing bars and restaurants. The leisure and hospitality sector accounted for 459,000 layoffs or 65% of March's total job losses. Unemployment rose among every major worker group (adult men and women, teens, whites, blacks, Asians and Hispanics) in March following February's slight changes. "The number of unemployed persons who reported being on tempo.
Multiview Briefs 04/01/2020 08:38
{summary}. Everyone makes mistakes. As long as humans are involved, mistakes are a part of life. Yes, we should try to minimize them, but the fact remains that someday, someone, will make a mistake. You have a super employee, conscientious, reliable, terrific on customer service. But one day, he makes a costly mistake. A big mistake. A mistake that makes a dent in your operations. He's mortified by his error, sincerely repentant and feeling awful. But you're torn. Intellectually, you realize that it's a one-time error by this stellar staffer that he'll never repeat, but the reality is that this mistake hurts. How do you forgive and let this go? Try this exercise:. Honestly review all the mistakes you yourself have made (you know you have — ad.
Multiview Briefs 03/25/2020 14:06
{summary}. Let’s admit it: being quarantined — whether voluntary or mandatory — is difficult. Those who are living alone are in total isolation. Those who live with others are now together 24/7. Both extremes have their challenges. What they have in common is not being able to get together with close friends, family members, co-workers, neighbors, customers, students and so on. For the time being, this is our new norm. As the novelty of being home all day wears off, it’s natural to feel frustrated, restless and lonely. This is when we need to find some creative ways to stay connected and, hopefully, have a little fun. Here are some suggestions to get you started:. 1. Write postcards and letters. Everyone loves getting mail. A handwritten note.
Multiview Briefs 02/13/2020 13:19
{summary}. As a physician or administrator, it's crucial that you keep patient transactions and data easily shareable and totally secure. Blockchain technology may be just the right way for your organization to do it. In a blockchain system, data is linked in a segmented system that makes for ease of sharing, eliminates the risk of inaccurate data being kept in a patient ledger, and automatically distributes to a set network of recipients, saving communication time, streamlining tasks, and allowing action to be taken concerning pressing matters immediately. Blockchain technology began life in 2008 but is now truly coming into its own as a complete gamechanger in terms of how it can be applied to the daily healthcare process. What is it, spec.
Multiview Briefs 02/06/2020 13:40
{summary}. Governance is characterized as a high-level, strategic effort by a governing body. An association board should advance a cause or mission, serve stakeholders and make best use of resources. For some staff executives, it is only a dream to get the board thinking strategically. Many describe their board meetings as a social gathering, not producing significant results. Gaining Altitude. I fly several times a week. With every flight I am aware that, as we take off, I can see further to the horizon. City streets turn into neighborhoods. The higher the flight, the more I see entire communities, portions of the state, coastlines and mountains. As the flight gains altitude my thoughts are free to soar. Contrast the perspectives of an airl.
Multiview Briefs 01/31/2020 11:08
{summary}. The thought of losing your memory is terrifying. This brain function that we’ve used and even taken for granted most of our lives could become impaired and, before you know it, you might not be able to navigate the world around you. I’ve witnessed this firsthand — my mother and my two grandmothers all had dementia. In the hope that we don’t fall victim to the same fate, my sisters and I have become obsessed with finding strategies to keep our memories intact. Fortunately for us, research on the brain has helped discover ways to strengthen memory capacity. Along the way, I learned about “memory athletes” — people who train their brains the way athletes train their bodies to accomplish high-performance memory activities. There is ev.
Multiview Briefs 01/27/2020 08:21
{summary}. The nearly two-year trade war between the U.S. and China has cooled down since President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping signed a “phase one” pact to reduce hostilities. What does this mean for American firms and workers? On one hand, calls for China to buy an additional $200 billion in U.S. goods over the next 24 months. That total includes $40 billion of American agriculture. For the short-term, there is long-awaited relief for soybean farmers in the Midwest. They have watched in dismay as their revenue dropped when China stopped buying American agricultural imports. In response, Brazilian soybean producers increased their imports of this commodity to China. American soybean farmers lost sales and market share, a n.
Multiview Briefs 01/06/2020 13:26
{summary}. Applicant tracking systems (ATS) automate the recruitment, interview, and hiring process. They provide a tremendous benefit to companies, but at what cost? Do they improve the process for job seekers or actually make it more cumbersome? And what to degree could an ATS hinder companies from finding the best applicants? The candidate experience. Gene Mal, CTO at , has been on both sides of the table, and he’s not a fan of using an ATS. “Employers are starting to realize that applicant tracking systems don't work,” he says. He says his disdain is based on the various hoops that applicants have to jump through. “Many employers direct job seekers to various ATS or third-party websites, where applicants have to provide such information a.
Multiview Briefs 12/02/2019 13:59
{summary}. Imagine arriving home from work each day and being confronted with tasks to complete as soon as you walk through the door. As adults, we typically have a little bit of time to "decompress" after a long day. On our commute home from work we may turn on some calming music or turn off all music and enjoy a few minutes of silence. Upon arriving home, we take a few minutes to get the mail, change our clothes, and take a few deep breaths before starting dinner or taking our own kids where they need to go. Now more than ever, in a society where we are expected to be executing one task while simultaneously thinking of the next one, we as adults need time to be mindful. Children are rarely afforded these mindful opportunities, and that nee.
Multiview Briefs 11/08/2019 09:00
{summary}. When it comes to garnering consumer attention online, ephemeral content is an easy, cost-saving and creative boon to any brand — if you use it the right way. Simply defined, ephemeral content is messaging — video, stories, and interactive messaging — that instantly captures the attention of your audience, then vanishes in 24 hours. How do you harness the power of ephemeral content using a clear, cohesive overall strategy that will pack the biggest potential punch? Use these tips to hone your approach and spur your audience to buy your goods and services fast:. Know how to effectively mine FOMO. “FOMO,” or fear of missing out, is a psychological byproduct of social media that you never want to ruthlessly exploit, but that you do wan.
Multiview Briefs 10/10/2019 15:48
{summary}. Very few employees like critiquing others, and those that do are often unable to do it productively. Further, reviews very rarely have a clear line to raise amounts; in other words, it is not like getting 5 out of 5 on every category means the employee gets $5,000. For these, and many other workplace-specific reasons, performance evaluations can be a trying experience. Regardless of whether we have any control over the process or outcome, here is a skinny, seven-step guide for making the year-end review process less painful. 1. Read. First, read over the projects, emails or reports the employee has done over the past year. Has her work markedly improved or maintained a pleasant consistency? Come up with at least one sentence to des.
Multiview Briefs 06/18/2019 10:30
{summary}. For marketers, it’s like Christmas in July! The recently published. For 20-plus years, this industry-defining report has captured how consumers in the U.S. and across the globe are using the internet and interacting with media. Don’t worry! We broke down the 300-plus-page report into an easy-to-scan list with the insights you need to make informed marketing decisions for the rest of 2019. Internet and Smartphone Usage. More than half of the world’s population (3.8 billion people) are on the internet, compared to just 24% 10 years ago. Global smartphone shipments are not growing. In fact, shipments fell by 4% compared to last year. That’s the first time the year-over-year (YoY) trend has been negative. 63% of adults are trying to li.
Multiview Briefs 06/04/2019 09:39
{summary}. Before baby boomers retire, companies need to plan for possible successors and skill transference, among other issues. However, a survey by Willis Towers Watson, a risk management and insurance brokerage company, found that companies have several concerns regarding potential retirees. The company surveyed 143 human resource managers, representing close to 3 million employees. The resulting report, "," reveals that companies struggle to plan for replacing retiring workers, in part because these employees don’t share their retirement plans. Further complicating this situation, when workers are temporary, part-time, or consultants, it’s difficult to even determine what retirement looks like. (By 2020, at least 20% of responding compa.
Multiview Briefs 03/21/2019 09:40
{summary}. I was on vacation last week and reluctantly dragged myself through a museum because others told me that this was something I couldn’t miss. If you’ve ever attended an event because you were told you must go to or ate at a particular restaurant because everyone else was going, then you know exactly how it feels to do something out of obligation. Of course, no one was holding a gun to my head. I could have chosen to spend my time elsewhere. However, the idea that I had already committed myself to do something got in the way of doing what I knew deep in my heart I should have done. I should have exited the building the moment I realized I had made a mistake. I see the same type of behavior with clients that I work with. They’ve engag.

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