by John Biggs I’ve been working from home for twenty years. At this point in my career, I actually like going into an office once in a while, if only for the free snacks, but I would never commute nor would I go in if I didn’t have an absolute need, like a video shoot or something that required my
An ill wind is blowing in the markets these days and you might be in the unenviable position of weathering a layoff. Here are some tips for maintaining content continuity when you might be losing employees in a layoff. Prioritize content processes Create a spreadsheet or Airtable of all content that needs to be written, has been written, and has been edited/posted.