We have all rapidly had to adjust from our multiple monitors, ergonomically adjusted chairs and (relatively) distraction free office environments to working from home. For some, this may mean balancing homeschooling & childminding duties, fighting over shared office space or adjusting to a 13-inch laptop screen. Many of us have had to rapidly learn new technologies or find new ways to get our work done. This transition has not been easy, it has been abrupt and left many of us without the tools to effectively work from home.
The best way to handle working from home is communication – talking with your family members on expectations and your employer or staff on what kind of support you or they need to work from home. Our staff are adjusting and facing the same challenges many of you are, so we wanted to share some resources we have found helpful for working from home. Click on the links below to read more!
Harvard Business Review, Episode 732
University of Calgary
Through these volatile and unprecedented times, we understand that the rapid pace in which the world markets are changing can be very unsettling to many investors. We are in this together, and we are here to help. We understand the emotions that go along with the ups and downs of the stock market. If we can provide any comfort to you, or anyone that is important to you, during these difficult times, please let us know how we can help. And if you are looking for a break from the regular news that is more uplifting, The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos is a series of podcasts our teams have enjoyed.
Happiness Lab, Eight-Part series
Wishing everyone a happy and safe Easter weekend.
A message from Royce Baker, President & CEO