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  • 10 Work From Home Tips To Make Your Days Less Stressful


    Working from home for the first time can be challenging. You might be struggling with everything from getting proper sleep to boundary setting. Today, we wanted to shed some light on some crucial tips that will help anyone who is working from home. Specifically, let’s chat about how to make our time working from home less stressful today. 1. Create A Work From Home Space In Your House Part of the appeal of working from home for some people seems to be working from the couch or bed.

  • 10 Ways To Create A Healthier Workplace For Remote Workers


    Are your team members struggling with mental and physical health while working from home? One of the downsides of working from home is the isolation that many people feel, especially if this is all new to you. Employees who were used to going to the office every day now struggle with motivation and excitement about work. There are some simple ways that you can prioritize mental and physical health while everyone is dealing with the current pandemic.

  • 5 Tips For Onboarding Employees While Remote


    Last week we covered how to help your employees transition to remote work, but what about new employees? You might be onboarding new employees during this current pandemic, and we wanted to give you some tips on how to onboard employees during this tough time. 1. Digitize The Onboarding Paperwork Process We are passionate about digitizing the onboarding paperwork process here at WorkBright. You don’t need to print or store onboarding paperwork.

  • 4 Tips For Helping Employees Shift To Remote Work


    Recent COVID-19 outbreaks have made employers lean into remote work to help their employees stay happy and healthy. While many employees are used to working from home, it can be a challenging transition for employees who’ve never done it before. Today, we wanted to shed some light on how to make the shift to remote work better for everyone. 1) Stress The Importance Of Building A Routine At Home Routine makes all the difference when it comes to remote work.

  • How To Reduce Burnout With Remote Employees


    According to Owl Labs, “52% of employees around the world work from home at least once per week.” Remote work is becoming more common, and it poses challenges for some employees. Remote work is a fantastic opportunity for many employees who love working at home, but it’s not all sunshine. Remote workers deal with a lot of issues like burnout and loneliness. Today, let’s shed some light on burnout and how to help your remote employees deal with it.

  • 5 Tips For Boosting Workplace Morale


    Workplace morale matters. If you’ve ever gone into an office that lacks motivation, you know how soul-sucking it can be. Work doesn’t have to be draining! You can make the changes necessary to build your employees up and boost their morale. 1. Talk With (Not At) Your Employees Your employees have a lot to say about why they’re not happy. Many employers try to remedy the situation as quickly as possible, so they focus on talking at their employees with a quick pep talk.

  • How To Handle Sick Employees At Work


    If you’ve been watching the news recently, you know that the flu is very rampant in the United States this year. Every year the flu season gets millions of Americans sick, and this causes a loss of productivity levels at work. This season has been particularly challenging, and if you’re a parent, your kids may have even had a flu day this year. According to the Center For Disease Control (CDC), the risk for the flu is high right now, and that risk isn’t going down any time soon.

  • Press Release: WorkBright Enables Fast, Digital, Compliant Onboarding For Uber Works


    WorkBright Enables Fast, Digital, Compliant Onboarding For Uber Works Leading HR technology provider WorkBright selected as the national onboarding provider to digitally distribute and collect worker paperwork for Uber Works. BOULDER, Colo. - February 11, 2020 – WorkBright, a human resources technology company located in Boulder, CO, has been selected to power the new hire paperwork process for Uber Works, a platform that connects workers with businesses that need to fill available shifts.

  • What To Do If An Employee Falls Asleep At Work


    Work can be exhausting. Clocking in every day, doing work that doesn’t make us excited, and thinking about unrelated life issues can cause us to zone out at work. Before you know it, a session to rest your eyes becomes a full-blown office nap. Employees don’t usually want to fall asleep at work, but sometimes the circumstances lead to it. If The Employee Is Causing Immediate Danger To Themselves Or Others, Find A Way To Intervene Often when an employee is asleep on the job, they are not a danger to themselves or others.

  • 5 Ways To Celebrate Valentine's Day At Work


    Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Your employees will be getting a ton of flowers and chocolate in the office, but that’s not the only way to celebrate Valentine’s Day at work. Today, we wanted to share five simple ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in your office. Learn Their Love Language Before you celebrate Valentine’s Day at work, you want to consider your employees and their love or appreciation language. There are five love languages, according to author Dr.