Tag Archives: employees

10 Tips For Onboarding Remote Employees

If your team works from home, you may wonder how you’ll onboard new employees. Fortunately, the onboarding process can be exciting and effective, even if you’re unable to do it in-person. As long as you’re creative and patient, you can ensure your remote onboarding program is a success. In this post, we’ll provide 10 tips for onboarding remote workers. How to ... Read More »

Uber Fires 20 Employees as Part of Sexual Harassment Investigation

Uber has fired 20 employees in recent months as part of a wide-ranging investigation of the climate and culture at the popular ride-hailing service, the company said Tuesday. The report of the firings initially came from an attorney at the Perkins Coie law firm, which Uber hired to assist in a broader harassment investigation at the company and which made ... Read More »

Evernote updates its privacy policy to allow employees to read your notes, and you can’t opt out of this

Popular online note-taking service Evernote has announced an update to its privacy policy, allowing some of its employees to read your notes. The updated policy will come into effect starting January 23, 2017. The reason behind the move is described as: “this is primarily to make sure that our machine learning technologies are working correctly, in order to surface the ... Read More »

Quick Tips to Help Your Employees Create Stronger Passwords

One of the most important things each of your employees own is their password. After all, this seemingly ordinary string of characters is one of the measures that can keep unscrupulous individuals away from your company’s confidential information. However, as a business owner, you may be alarmed to know that the prevalence of cyber attacks continues to go up every ... Read More »

Latest attack against Russian bank employees highlights the threat to financial institutions

The employees of at least six Russian banks were recently the target of a well-crafted email attack where hackers masqueraded as the Russian Central Bank to trick them into installing malware. The incident is the latest in a string of malware attacks against financial institutions over the past year. Together they signal a shift in focus for many cybercriminal groups, ... Read More »