Success coaches serve as academic compasses, guiding first-generation students toward their highest potential by introducing them to the wide range of available resources, including financial assistance, access to technology, opportunities to study abroad or virtually and mental health support.
Artificial intelligence has been a bit of a hot topic in the last few months, and it doesn't look like it's going away anytime soon. From ChatGPT to other large language models, people in all professions are turning to these tools for help.
The health care industry is constantly evolving, and value-based care (VBC) has emerged as a transformative force in the pursuit of better patient outcomes. While VBC is not new, technological advances in recent years have made it possible to identify risks and opportunities for individuals and entire patient populations.
Employee retention is a hot topic in the current business landscape. From trucking and logistics to healthcare and high tech, evolved employee expectations have redefined industries across the board, forcing companies to rethink their retention strategies
In recent years, the use of drones to deliver contraband to prisons has become a serious concern. A U.S. Department of Justice report found that, on average, illegal UAV drops increase by 50% or more annually – a rate that continues to worsen.
“I think there’s been this discussion in the industry for a long time around automation and saving time, but we still see a lot of firms mired in paper and manual processes,” says John McGowan, CEO of HubSync, a software company that automates tax and accounting processes from engagement letter to tax return delivery.
Compared to personal drivers, commercial truck drivers are 23 times more likely to cause an accident when texting while driving, seven times more likely when reaching for their phone, and six times more likely when dialing a phone.
Best time to send an email… but it may wind up your colleagues: Up to 94% of messages sent between 3pm and 6pm on a SUNDAY were opened, research reveals
A study by Axios HQ has found that colleagues are most likely to read and engage with an email sent between 3pm and 6pm on a Sunday - with an impressive 94 per cent open rate.
Timing is everything when it comes to getting a response to your email—and apparently sending one on a Sunday afternoon will most likely solicit a reaction from your team.