THE EDOC BLOG
Insights on greater productivity, leadership & collaboration from the Edoc team
Infographic: Are You a Fit for Small Giants?
READ MORE: “How to Adopt a Virtual Culture“ Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc.
Boundaries in Business
According to the dictionary a boundary is a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line. It is a limit of a subject or sphere of activity. Boundaries are all around us. One boundary in nature is the coastline that keeps the water from the land. Political boundary lines give nations autonomy. … Continue reading Boundaries in Business
Your Responses: On “Dressing for Success”
Do you have a dress code at work? Whether or not you do, see the blog written by Jim Mullaney, Edoc’s CEO, that raises the question: “Are the best artists in suits?” (See the post here.) Given all the responses already received, I compiled some of the top responses to the blog, again, where we … Continue reading Your Responses: On “Dressing for Success”
What is “Dressing for Success?”
In February, the Wall Street Journal posted an article entitled, “Why Dressing for Success Leads to Success” by Ray Smith. I spent my entire corporate career (23 years with Marriott) in suits. During those years I worked in the corporate accounting department and later in various hotels where suits were expected and in one hotel … Continue reading What is “Dressing for Success?”
Partner Spotlight with Cassady Schiller & Associates
As many of our blog readers know, at Edoc, we partner with our clients and our suppliers. In our latest series, we’re highlighting some of our partners, including the expertise they bring to the table. This week, we interviewed John Eberhart, Partner, Director of Accounting & Auditing at Cassady Schiller & Associates, our CPA firm. … Continue reading Partner Spotlight with Cassady Schiller & Associates
Surprises We Can Do Without
Most business owners and business leaders respect and appreciate their employees as the ones on the ground helping the company grow and making us look good. It is devastating therefore when a trusted member of the staff goes rogue and commits a fraud. What are some of the signs? Reports of casino spotting’s New car … Continue reading Surprises We Can Do Without
Edoc in the Community: Amaizing Grace Kettle Corn
From Oak Tree Communications: Jim Mullaney is a creative Christian businessman with a heart for ministry. He and an ecumenical board of Christian leaders based at the Lindenwald United Methodist Church in Fairfield are expanding their five-year-old kettle corn BIZNISTRY nationwide to benefit nonprofits and help shine the light of Christ in places where it … Continue reading Edoc in the Community: Amaizing Grace Kettle Corn
Edoc Scribe Introduces Closed Captioning
Ready to for closed captioning that can enhance the learning of your students? Edoc Scribe is now offering transcription and closed captioning for all your videos. Now you can meet ADA compliance and improve student retention. Ready to learn more? Click here to download the Edoc Scribe Closed Captioning Flyer.
Partner Spotlight with AfidenceIT: The Top Reasons Why Tech Projects Fail
At Edoc Service, we partner with both clients and suppliers. One such supplier is AfidenceIT, a technology services consulting firm that provides IT and business strategy, project management, IT Support, and other technical solutions for a range of companies. We sat down with Dustin Werden, the Director of Project Management Services at AfidenceIT, to explore the … Continue reading Partner Spotlight with AfidenceIT: The Top Reasons Why Tech Projects Fail
The 2 Surprising Things I’ve Learned Working for a Purpose-Driven Company
Very much like my Millennial peers, it’s important for me to work for a company that is making a positive impact on the world. And, much like many other people today—regardless of age or generation—I value working for company that is purpose-driven. Our Small Giants fishbowl this week reminded me of one of the first … Continue reading The 2 Surprising Things I’ve Learned Working for a Purpose-Driven Company