Guest Blog: Rethinking Your Financial Position Post Pandemic

Guest Blog: Rethinking Your Financial Position Post Pandemic By Kat McCully, Principal Tax Advisor I believe that 2020 has been a struggle for a lot of us. As a society, we have had to adapt to new rules, loss of social gatherings and home confinement. As well as job losses in order to protect the […]

What I’ve Learned In The Past Few Months

What I’ve Learned In The Past Few Months This complete upheaval to our lives, work and businesses has obviously taught us so much. Here’s the key things I’ve learned as we move through this pandemic and changes to our day to day lives – whatever that is! Temps can work from home – I can count […]

Smart Ways To Network Virtually

Smart Ways To Network Virtually Working remotely has caused an onslaught of change, new work habits and perhaps new interactions with co-workers. The world is distancing itself in a way we have never done before, and that makes it more important than ever to stay connected to the people who matter most. Even if it […]

Top Tips To Avoid Digital Miscommunication

Top Tips To Avoid Digital Miscommunication As social distancing and remote working becomes the new normal, virtual teams are becoming commonplace. This leads to the most commonly asked question these days – “How to best communicate in the digital age?” We all want to know how to avoid sending passive aggressive emails, hit the right […]

7 Habits of Considerate People

7 Habits of Considerate People “Being considerate of others will take you further in life than any college or professional degree” – Marian Wright Edelman It’s not easy or practical to be considerate all the time, especially during times of stress and panic. Being considerate towards others is a positive trait to bring to the […]