This year, Pac Biz’s Smash Morning Team started the Be a Blessing Program to help those who are in need, sharing financial support and donations collected from Pac Biz employees who are more than willing to share what they have for the benefit of others, especially those heavily affected by the current pandemic.
Keeping employee morale up during COVID-19 means keeping employee productivity up. One way to keep morale up is through engagement. Pac Biz has been continually developing employee morale and learning about their needs, especially during the pandemic, where everyone’s morale can be a little on the lower end.
With the calligraphy on July 11 fast approaching, there’s a lot to be excited about. The event is to be conducted by Thom, a Pac Biz employee, who’s looking to share his knowledge about calligraphy. If you’re wondering about why Thom has been more than willing to do this, we’ve interviewed him about how it changed his life.
The pandemic has taken a toll on a lot of employees mentally and emotionally. Some people are fortunate enough that they are still making a living but with pandemic conditions around, stress and anxiety levels are heightened. While many might think that working from home gives them enough time and flexibility, nowadays, it may not simply work that way.
Imagine being stuck somewhere that you can’t exercise your creativity. You may have a lot of ideas in mind that you believe can contribute to the team’s overall productivity and success, but you can’t seem to put your finger on how you can contribute with it. If you think that creativity plays only a minor role in achieving team goals, then think again! Pac Biz knows too well that being creative is the way to go. Here’s why.
More often than not, working from home can definitely drain you and make you lose motivation. Although telecommuting lets you avoid the hassles of having to travel to the office, studies have shown that workers who work from home, even with the increase in productivity, tend to find it hard to find work-life balance.