Creating a Culture of Inclusion for Remote Workers

Creating a Culture of Inclusion for Remote Workers

Business Wire reports that by 2020, approximately 72 percent of the total American workforce will be working remotely.(2) As the popularity of deskless employees rises, so do the challenges it creates. Time management, technological hiccups, interruptions and time zone differences are common issues faced by people that work out of their home office, but perhaps the most challenging is adequate communication with the mother office.

Gifts Come in Many Shapes and Forms

Gifts Come in Many Shapes and Forms

Autumn is here, and the season of gift-giving is almost upon us. DataCeutics is well-known in the community for its Philanthropic contributions. CEO Matt Ferdock feels strongly that happy workers do great programming.  “We encourage our employees to participate in charity work and social groups that give them a sense of belonging, as well as to provide a better life for others,” Ferdock says. “It's part of keeping our employees happy,” he continues.

Relax! – There’s a Solution to Your Document QC Dilemmas

Relax! – There’s a Solution to Your Document QC Dilemmas

In the life sciences field, Document QC Teams need to possess an in-depth understanding of many different therapeutic areas, as well as extensive experience in the QC work that goes along with the documents these areas generate. Attention to detail and clear communication must be among the highest priority.