Work-life balance

7 AI Startups to Help You Reach a Better Work Life Balance

7 AI Startups to Help You Reach a Better Work Life Balance

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Productivity and work-life balance are constantly at the forefront of our minds when it comes to the Monday to Friday life. Everyone wants to work less, while being more productive. Luckily, this is completely plausible with the help of the advancements in technology, enterprise productivity apps, and new AI startups that are completely changing the way we can efficiently balance work and home life.

Paula Irwin7 AI Startups to Help You Reach a Better Work Life Balance
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6 tips to enjoy your vacation without distractions

6 tips to enjoy your vacation without distractions

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If you have some time off planned and wish to avoid distractions during your vacation, then check out my tips below. These are very simple to begin with and have worked amazingly, but they are personal for my use and each person must decide for whether they work for them. Also, some may only work for certain trips but not all, i.e beach vs. trekking.

Eran Abramson6 tips to enjoy your vacation without distractions
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5 ways to make the most of our time off for work life balance

5 ways to make the most of our time off for work life balance

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Are you getting the most out of your breaks and time off from work? Taking a step back (or away) could be one of the greatest sources to help you achieve work life balance, but most of us aren’t using them properly.

In order to stay motivated at work, reduce stress and keep on trucking, decompression is a must: a little each day or time away every once in a while.

Eran Abramson5 ways to make the most of our time off for work life balance
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Numb workers? How to save employee engagement

Numb workers? How to save employee engagement

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Throughout my professional career, I’ve had the chance to work in several significant international corporations.

Every morning, I used to open my email, and as part of my email cleanup routine, I’d run through subject lines and delete most of my company’s corporate and executive announcement emails in one clean sweep. Considering the aforementioned action, it should be pretty clear that I almost never actually read those messages, let alone, acted upon them.

Oded AvitalNumb workers? How to save employee engagement
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Meet Ilan Shechter: Knowmail’s new product manager!

Meet Ilan Shechter: Knowmail’s new product manager!

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Hey Ilan! What made you leave your IT director position in a major enterprise in order to become Knowmail’s product manager?

Email overload was one of the most challenging and detrimental problems I had to deal with as an IT director. As I was searching for solutions to help individuals deal with this issue, I found Knowmail and simply fell in love with both the product and the team. During Knowmail’s early stage, I joined a “Collaborative Development” program that allowed me to give the product direction and have an impact on its initial features. I was absolutely thrilled to see my feedback evolve into concrete features in the application.

Haim SeniorMeet Ilan Shechter: Knowmail’s new product manager!
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Finding the Yin Yang in the Enterprise: The Philosophy of Balancing Employer and Employee Needs

Finding the Yin Yang in the Enterprise: The Philosophy of Balancing Employer and Employee Needs

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Too often enterprise IT solutions are viewed in black and white terms. If something brings value for the employer (easy to administer, inexpensive), it comes with a cost for the employee (hard to use, lack of functionality). On the other hand, if it’s good for the employee (accessible anywhere, cutting-edge technology) it involves risk for the employer (security risk, costly ramp up). We at Knowmail believe that both parties can be served through solutions that promote unity – a world where Yin and Yang come together, fusing into one.

Oded AvitalFinding the Yin Yang in the Enterprise: The Philosophy of Balancing Employer and Employee Needs
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