Todd Gebski

  • As you may have seen, there was recently a major gas leak which forced the closure of a crucial pipeline that brings gasoline to the Eastern United States. As CNN reports: “…a section of the Colonial Pipeline, which runs from Houston to New York, has been closed since Sept. 9 after a spill of roughly…

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  • There’s no question that maintaining work-life balance is an important part of cutting stress and keeping your workforce healthy and happy. A recent study by the American Psychological Association found that a whopping 60 percent of Americans report work as a major cause of stress – and even more alarming – that stress is proving to have serious health effects. Workers with high job demands are 50 percent more likely to be diagnosed with a medical condition than those without this stressor.

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  • Even if you haven’t seen the film Office Space, you have likely lived it. The cult-classic stars Ron Livingston as Peter Gibbons, an office worker caught in an existential crisis. His work is unfulfilling, his office culture is non-existent, his workspace is little more than a prison cell. We’ve all been there at one time…

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  • The workplace is a dynamic, ever-changing environment, undergoing constant fluctuations due to a large number of influences. Given how drastically our offices have changed since the year 2000, predicting the next era of our modern office can be a daunting task. The immediate future is a little clearer, however. Recent trends in technology, mobility, and…

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  • How have you been recently? Busy? I thought so. You are not alone: Americans from New York to North Dakota feel their lives are more hectic than ever. It’s easy to see why. All our technology, social media connections, and ubiquitous Wi-Fi have enabled us to always be “on,” even when it might be better…

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  • While the office may never be completely paperless, the workplace has already gone digital. Over the last few decades many of the tree-killing practices of yesterday have given way to a bevy of electronic options. Email has largely replaced snail-mail, but the digitization of office life extends beyond communication alone. Programs like Google Docs, Square,…

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  • Over the past decade, advancements in technology have transformed the way all of us work. They have made staying connected easier, have changed the landscape of remote work, and have made many of our tasks less time consuming. For many, however, the introduction of too much technology can actually inhibit productivity. Mobile employees who drive…

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  • Over the last two decades, our lives have been slowly taken over by technology. Take a moment to look around you. How many screens do you see? Did you include the one you’re reading this on? Our Wi-Fi-enabled gadgets have changed the way we work, play, and even raise our children. Today’s offices would be…

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  • Today’s office would be a foreign world to a worker of the past. The cubicle walls have fallen, replaced by open floor plans. Laptops, tablets, even cell phones are now essential tools in the digital workplace. A worker from the ‘80s would notice the proliferation of video conferences, constant emails, and collaborative software. What might…

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