Where there was once Pizza Fridays in the office, there are now virtual happy hours with homemade margaritas and Zoom screens. It’s easy to feel a bit isolated when working from home — especially if you do a job that doesn’t require a lot of back-and-forth communication on Microsoft Teams or virtual meetings. For the past year and a half, companies and managers have navigated the hurdles of moving their teams remote. This includes making sure they have resources like an extra computer monitor or laptop stand, but also ensuring employees don’t feel detached from their colleagues. With one in four Americans currently working from home, companies across the globe are adapting to new styles of working in various ways. Companies like Nike have given employees the week off to curb burnout, while Google has offered employees expenses to cover work-from-home gear.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the