Systemscope reopened its physical office this week. As of September 14th, any staff member who wanted to transition back to working in the office, full or part time, had the option to. As we prepared and actually reopened, we identified three best practices that worked well for us: good communication with the team, clear signage and flexibility.
Author: Mary Aksim
Mary Aksim is a consultant with a focus in information management and contract bid preparation. She started at Systemscope as a co-op student and transitioned to a full time consultant in 2018.
There is a lot of discourse about working from home right now. It’s understandable, COVID-19 has forced us to embrace working virtually from home offices.
This is not ordinary remote work. Traditional work-from-home scenarios have been up-ended as people try to simultaneously juggle work, family and self-care under a higher amount of stress. Some days are better than others.
Happy National Volunteer Week!
Whether we are preparing Christmas hampers, cycling in the CHEO ride for charity or paddling for reconciliation, Systemscope encourages and celebrates giving back to the community. I’ve been lucky for the last few months to volunteer with Twice Upon a Time.
Blockchain is presented as a secure transaction information solution and described with words like “decentralized”, “unalterable” and “permanent”. It’s no wonder that it has piqued the interest of businesses and particularly e-commerce companies who are looking to cater through Privacy. Business wants to be able to create, edit, collaborate on and disseminate their information in a secure environment. They also want to use their business information to inform evidence-based decision making. Is it any wonder that business wants to know how blockchain can help them with these goals? read more