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Twitter’s Parag Agrawal after firing top execs: ‘Expect more change for the better’

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal has a put out a series of tweets explaining why he chose to fire two top executives at the company, stating that he would not avoid making difficult discussions about the company just because the social network was being acquired by Elon Musk. Agrawal fired Kayvon Beykpour, who was head of Twitter Product and Bruce Falck, lead ... Read More »

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 »

Fundamental Software Design Principles for Quality Coding

Software Design Principles are guidelines that programmers should follow while they create software, to generate clear and maintainable code. They are a collection of techniques and best practices recommended by many well-known industry experts and authors. This blog post is the first out of three parts, in which I will go over key software engineering principles that will assist you ... Read More »

ISO 45003 – is this a game changer for Psychological Health and Safety ?

The workplace is constantly striving to know what ‘good’ looks like and when we start working with a client this is often front of mind for workplace mental health.  Probe a bit deeper, we find that behind this question is often a desire for a roadmap, checklist or do’s and don’t’s. ISO 45003 is an occupational health and safety (OH&S) ... Read More »

Blogging as a tool for the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge in health sciences: a preliminary evaluation

Abstract Tools for online collaboration are becoming increasingly prevalent in recent years. Certain characteristics of these tools encourage this proliferation: they are easy to use, always available, allow knowledge to be built collaboratively and disseminated quickly through social networks, and are usually free of charge. In this context, blogs are becoming increasingly important in the field of health as digital ... Read More »

A 7-Day Guide For Tummy Fat Loss With The Perfect Diet Plan

Losing your tummy fat is a challenging task, as belly fat is stubborn and you don’t lose it as easily as the rest of the fat in your body. Doing workouts daily is not enough to get rid of undesirable belly fat. You need to follow a proper weight loss diet plan and make modifications to your diet with the ... Read More »

141 Mobile Gaming Statistics for 2021 That Will Blow Your Mind

It’s no secret that the mobile game market is booming. Over the last couple of years, we have seen mobile games break records and make billions in revenue. More and more players are using mobile devices to play games. It’s convenient, simple, and fun. Plus, it allows gamers to play games wherever they are, which can’t be said for desktop or consoles. Mobile ... Read More »

Support for Africa’s Vaccine Production is Good for the World

The start of a new year is often a time to reflect and reassess. As the pandemic stretches into its third year, apprehension over the health crisis and the associated economic uncertainties is proving hard to shake. So, for anyone hoping to restore their sense of optimism, I have a simple recommendation: Consider Africa In early December, I travelled to ... Read More »

Crucial Games and Tactics for SIG’s 1st Place NACCL Chess Team

Over 6 Thursdays in late January and February, the inaugural online North American Corporate Chess League took place, with over 400 players and 40 teams competing on lichess.org. The league awarded prizes to both the top 15 individuals and the top 5 teams, with each team’s score equal to the combined score of its top 4 individuals. SIG fielded a full team ... Read More »

The Case for Not Making a New Year’s Resolution

There’s nothing magical about January 1, according to psychologists. If you want to make a change, pick the timing that’s right for you.Julia Volk/Stocksy If the idea of making New Year’s resolutions fills you with dread, consider ditching the tradition. Science suggests most people who set resolutions each year don’t stick with them and mental health experts say other strategies ... Read More »