This Is the Worst Thing About Working From Home and It Isn’t Getting Better. Do This Instead

We are probably past the point where we should recognize that working remotely is no longer a trend. Seven months into a global pandemic, the realization has started to set in at many companies that this is simply the way we’re going to work–in some cases, forever. 

There’s a problem, however. 

Too often we confuse remote work with working from home. The two aren’t the same. It isn’t just semantics either. The words we use, and the way we talk about things is important. It communicates what we value, and using the wrong words can not only cause confusion, it can devalue your team members and the way they work.

Working from home is a temporary thing you do every once in a while. It means that the work you usually would do in your office at your desk, you do from home for a day, or maybe two. In

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If rental assistance isn’t in the next stimulus, there will be bankruptcies, foreclosures | Opinion

By David Brogan

Regardless of your political persuasion, the stalemate between Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell can make anyone cringe. This is especially true if you are one of the 40 million renters in this country, many of whom are struggling to make ends meet, and who desperately need rental assistance. I’m not quite sure if congressional leadership refuses to recognize the exponential benefits of rental assistance or if they just don’t have the ability to see how beneficial rental assistance would be to our quality of life, our economy and our local and state governments, but it’s time to wake up.

I say to Congress, “Rental assistance, WTF!?” WTF stands for “Where’s The Funding?”

The trillions of dollars in stimulus aid since the beginning of this pandemic has helped people on unemployment, it has helped hospitals, and it has helped small and

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