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Why Working in 90-Minute Bursts is Good for Your Brain & Your Job

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We’ve all been victim to the misery that is the “afternoon slump”. We’ve struggled through the slump, eyes heavy with fatigue, as we trudged to the office coffee pot, hopeful that a sweet cup of liquid caffeine would give us …

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Work From Home Memes That Hit Close to Home

Work From Home Memes That Hit Close to Home

Millions of people are working remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic and adjusting to the new normal is not easy. Between kids running around, working in close quarters and unpredictable pets, it is only a matter of time until people …

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Top 11 #WFH Tweets

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Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been an a push for employees around the world to work from home.  While many organizations have previously frowned upon the remote work movement, they are changing their mindset in an effort to protect …

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How to Be Less “Busy”—and More Productive

How to Be Less “Busy”—and More Productive

Week after week speeds by in a blur. Your life revolves around meetings. You can’t remember the last time you had half a day of 100% uninterrupted work time. Every day, workers put up with constant interruptions. Yet, most of …

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Ready To See An Award-Winning Website?

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At the start of the year, PGi put a plan in motion to make its website simple and inviting like our flagship product, GlobalMeet. When I stepped into the CMO role, I quickly learned that we had a big task …

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2,500 Remote Workers Share Their Challenges and Habits

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In partnership with seven remote work-oriented organizations, the fully remote software company Buffer recently released its 2019 State of Remote Work report. Incorporating the perspectives of 2,500 remote workers, the report is packed with great takeaways and productivity tips for remote …

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It’s Time to Embrace the Concept of ‘Work Wherever’

Work Wherever

The idea that being present or collaborative is somehow tied to a location is an antiquated belief. In fact, organizations that buy into this way of thinking aren’t just showing they are behind the times, they are stifling their ability …

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#BeatBurnout by Incorporating the Right Tools Into Your Summer Workday

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If you’re finding it hard to stay productive during the summer months, you’re not alone. Many office workers find it difficult to concentrate with the sunlight streaming in through the office windows and friends constantly posting vacation snaps to social …

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PGi Employees Share Their #10YearChallenge

#10YearChallenge

For the last 28 years, PGi has provided best-in-class collaboration and communication solutions to business professionals around the world. A lot has changed over the years, but one thing hasn’t: our employees’ commitment to the customer and team spirit.  Inspired …

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4 Benefits of Working From Home for Pet Owners

Are you the proud owner of furry companions, aquatic friends or pet reptiles? Do you also have a career that allows you to work from home? The two can make a favorable pairing. Here are some pet-friendly benefits of working …

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Four Non-Cliché Holiday Tips to Keep You Productive

This may come as a surprise to you, but the holiday season is here. That means holiday music, eggnog, family get-togethers and the many yearly traditions will soon be all around us. It can be difficult to not daydream at …

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Scariest Meeting Moments: PGi Employee Edition

We’ve all been on a conference call or virtual meeting when someone or something just seemed out of place – a line left off mute or a video stream that presented a “unique” situation. With Halloween right around the corner, …

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What is Hygge and Can It Be Used in Your Work Life?

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It seems like every day I hear about a new “fad” or lifestyle trend that is guaranteed to make me more productive, mentally healthier and just overall happier. From cognitive tricks to get more done in 90 minutes than you …

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Women in History: Ada Lovelace

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This March, we have been honoring influential women in technology and history as a part of Women’s History Month. Over the past few weeks, we have celebrated tech pioneers Dr. Shirley Jackson, Dr. Erna Hoover and Rear Admiral Grace M. …

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Women in History: Rear Admiral Grace M. Hopper

As we continue our recognition of outstanding women in history, this week’s feature goes to Grace M. Hopper, an American computer scientist and U.S. Navy rear admiral. The late Hopper, who often was called “Amazing Grace” by her peers, is …

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Customer Insights: Vacation Policies – How Does Your Company Compare?

Whether it’s a trip to visit family or an adventure across the globe, nothing is better than a vacation. And now that spring break is in full swing for many schools, that means many employees with children will be taking …

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5 Key Takeaways from Mobile World Congress 2017

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Just a few weeks ago, many of our PGi team members spent the week in Barcelona at the 2017 Mobile World Congress tradeshow. MWC is the hub for all things mobile, and this year’s MWC was not without a breathtaking …

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Women in History: Dr. Erna Hoover

In continuance with our ode to women who have played a role in shaping technology as we know it, PGi would like to take a moment to honor Dr. Erna Schneider Hoover. Dr. Hoover, born in 1926, is an American …

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Women in History: Dr. Shirley Jackson

March is Women’s History Month and we wanted to take a moment to honor some of the innovative women who have played a role in shaping technology and the telecommunications industry as we know it. All throughout March, we will …

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Productivity and Food: The Proof’s in the Pudding

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Think back to the most productive day you’ve had this week. What are some of the things you remember doing that boosted your productivity? Maybe you tuned out the world with some soulful jazz or took a break and walked …

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