From in-class to e-learning, the virtual world is here early

From in-class to e-learning, the virtual world is here early

From in-class to e-learning, the virtual world is here early

Over the last few years, the virtual “work from home” world has grown. But with the onset of COVID-19, it hit most businesses like a ton of bricks. And the situation is leaving many struggling with how to truly operate their business remotely. Read more

How to handle rejection after a job interview

How to handle rejection after a job interview

How to handle rejection after a job interview

No one likes rejection. Whether it’s from a love interest, friend, or after a job interview, it hurts.

But rejection can be the perfect time to stop, think and react in a positive way instead of crawling under a rock and ignoring it. Read more

5 tips to maintain your productivity while working from home

5 tips to maintain your productivity while working from home

5 tips to maintain your productivity while working from home

This is the second of a two-part series on wellness in the era of COVID-19. Click here for part 1.

It took me a while to adjust to my first work-from-home position. It was about 10 years ago and I was living in Seattle, doing assorted learning projects for Microsoft. The workload was manageable and I usually put in 20-40 hours per week, depending on the status of my projects. Read more

Five Tips To Maintain A Daily Exercise Routine During Isolation

5 tips to maintain a daily exercise routine during isolation

Five Tips To Maintain A Daily Exercise Routine During Isolation

This is the first of a two-part series on wellness in the era of COVID-19. Next week we’ll run another piece on maintaining mental well being.

I’m so glad I have a dog!

My dog, Daisy, insists on a morning trip to the park every day. And since I’ve started working from home regularly, there’s really no reason we can’t spend a good hour there every morning. Read more

coping with job loss

How to cope after losing your job due to COVID-19

coping with job loss

I’ll be the first to admit it: my new years’ resolutions did not include “shelter in place” – you know, no more than a shameless homebody would resolve to stay home anyway. I’m lucky though. The President of Synergis IT and Creative has committed to maintaining and supporting our internal staff and those who work for Synergis, so unlike thousands of others worried about their jobs and incomes across the nation, I can rest easy at night knowing my work is waiting downstairs for me in the morning. Read more