Today’s employees are working in a very high-tech world. In addition, businesses have been forced to switch to remote work, or require new in-office restrictions, due to the current climate surrounding the pandemic. The combination of high-tech jobs, remote work, or in-office restrictions can lead to digital overload, making employees feel physically and mentally drained by the end of the day due to the overuse of digital devices and their screens.
VPPPA has partnered with the experts at MindWise Innovations to present a monthly Q&A article addressing questions that members might be hesitant to ask about. These columns will address your questions about mental health, substance abuse, brain injuries, family issues and more.
January 28, 2021
By: Lisa Desai, MindWise Innovations
Kicking off the New Year Right
The new year can bring a sense of excitement, relief, and motivation to start anew. It can also feel like an overwhelming time, with pressures to make resolutions for self-improvement (you know the drill… exercise more, eat better, do something BIG this year!). Realistically, it is the small changes—even one small change—that can make a big difference.
Healthcare Refrigerators & Freezers
Cold storage units play a pivotal role in the testing, distribution, and application of temperature-sensitive materials. These include pharmaceuticals, biological samples, medication, and vaccines.
In the wake of an unprecedented global pandemic, healthcare facilities anticipate the evolving need for purpose-built refrigerators and freezers. Numerous states are already scrambling to secure viable and efficient storage solutions for life-saving coronavirus vaccines.
By: Kevin Gardner
A business plan is a document without a final version. It is constantly evolving as new opportunities open up, and as strategies change. If a business plan was always the same, your business wouldn't have a chance to adapt to changes in technology, changes in the economy, and changes in consumer demand. As your business plan evolves, changes, and goes through quarterly updates, it not only benefits your business's growth, but it improves productivity and workplace culture, and here's how:
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.