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Work from Home Tips in the Age of COVID-19

Posted by ERIC SANTILLAN on

Work from Home Tips in the Age of COVID-19

It has happened. For so many years, many companies have debated, hemmed and hawed whether to allow their people to work from home. And then the coronavirus made the decision for them.  Finally, home has become the new office. You've probably heard numerous tips on how to ace this whole process of making your home your office. Don't believe them! LOL. I'm just kidding. I've been working from home for seven years -- before we were forced into this trend, so I know a thing or two about this. Here are my tips:  1. Set up your home office as soon as you can. If...

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Corruption and Where To Begin At Solving It

Posted by ERIC SANTILLAN on

Corruption and Where To Begin At Solving It

A 2011 Study by Tanja Rabl says that corruption has 3 situational factors: the size of the bribe, time pressure, and the degree of abstractness of business codes. Corruption's Factors: 1. The higher the bribe, the higher the temptation. There is a significant relationship between (perceived) incentives and unethical behaviour.2. This one is interesting: the stronger the time pressure needed to achieve business goals, the more likely people are pressured to accept the attitudes, values, and practices of OTHER people. Under time pressure, people lose their long-held individual values and give in to what OTHER people or institutions want. Subjective...

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