Are You Chained to Your Work? And Other Thought-Provoking Questions the Small Giants Summit Left Me Asking
Thought provoking questions raised by Jason Fried at the Small Giants Summit.
Does Work Have to Be…Crazy? Lessons From Jason Fried from the 2019 Small Giants Summit
Why it doesn’t need to be crazy at work.
How to Combat Feeling Lonely as a Remote Worker
Make sure you don’t feel lonely as a remote worker.
Edoc’s 2018 Year in Review
We’ve had a busy, exciting 2018. Here’s 5 things we’re celebrating as we look back at the last year… and as we plan for the future! 1. We’re pushing to innovate with our Scriptus division This year we prioritized innovating and finding efficiencies for our transcription technology – called Scriptus. Not only that, but we … Continue reading Edoc’s 2018 Year in Review
7 Reasons We’re Thankful for Our Remote Team
Get the PDF version of this infographic here. READ MORE: “10 Reasons to Use Esign by Edoc” Kim Sykes is a marketer at Edoc Service, Inc.
Swimming Against the Tide
We began business 20 years ago and started off pretty much on the right foot culture-wise. We began as a totally remote organization (rarity 20 years ago) for Edoc staff to attain a good quality of life with a career. Over the years we have developed our own Virtual Culture Model. We have learned that remote-ing … Continue reading Swimming Against the Tide
INFOGRAPHIC: Why You Should be Using Edoc’s Digital Labor Law Posters
Why should you be using Edoc’s Digital Labor Law Posters? Here are just a few reasons. Kim Sykes See the PDF version of this here. READ MORE: Visit the Digital Labor Law Posters Website Kim Sykes is a marketer at Edoc Service, Inc.
Lessons in Sports, Life & Business
In Be Quick – But Don’t Hurry: Finding Success in the Teachings of a Lifetime, another book on Edoc’c reading list, author Andrew Hill details some of the top lessons he learned from one of (UCLA) basketball’s most well-known coaches, Coach John Wooden. Wooden’s philosophy can inform every entrepreneur on successful teamwork and self-discipline. Here … Continue reading Lessons in Sports, Life & Business
The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics – Part 1
One would think that ethical practices in accounting are easy to implement, or at least find acceptance. Greed too often prevails however and it may be harder than you think. During my college years (years ago) I was privileged to work for a large corporation in the Corporate Accounting Department. It is interesting to see … Continue reading The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics – Part 1
Taking Down the Corporate Walls
If you are in the business of factory, on-floor customer or high-intense service sweatshop, you can disregard this post. For the rest of us in the service sector, you know that times are changing and the walls should be taken down. Have the right culture? Consider this: Drop the scheduled work week Forcing your associates … Continue reading Taking Down the Corporate Walls