GSCU’s vendor will be completing system maintenance and updates to our OnLine and Mobile Banking from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, September 25th. These services will be unavailable during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Why you’re having video chat burnout
The coronavirus has led to almost everyone working from home. That workplace shift has likely increased the amount of time you’re spending on video chats with coworkers and bosses. If you’re feeling burned out by all those calls, don’t be worried. Here are some reasons why it’s easy to get exhausted by video chats, and how to combat that fatigue.
According to a recent study from USA Today, American workers are feeling more productive after being told to work from home due to the coronavirus. The uptick in productivity — coupled with the money-saving aspects of having workers stay home — could mean tele-working is here to stay
Here at Granite State Credit Union we strive to support and empower our employees. We know that in order to serve our member’s the best we can, we must first serve and support our GSCU family. By focusing on maintaining a healthy work-life balance, we consistently reevaluate and improve our policies to ensure that our practices are the best they can be. We understand that life exists beyond your career which is why here at Granite State Credit Union we are not simply a job, but a lifestyle. As a company that emphasizes work-life and generational balance, stress management, growth encouragement, and adaptability we know that our employees can thrive.
Think you’re getting a lot done by multitasking? Well, you’re probably not. Here are some reasons that research indicates why multitasking can actually make you less productive and not as effective.
Different tactics work for different people – these are the top three tools I found most effective for me.
In a job market as competitive as today’s, it’s vital for those on the hunt for new employment to know how to stand out from the rest.
Many times, getting a job comes down to the interview. How to dress, behave, and prepare is important.
The job market continues to become more competitive every year. While a lot of people are beginning to realize that most careers REQUIRE you to have at least an Associate’s degree and sometimes even a Bachelor’s degree, these degrees do not guarantee job placement. Experience plays an enormous role in determining whether or not you are a suitable candidate for a position.