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With remote work growing in popularity and virtual offices becoming more commonplace, maximizing collaborative time among teams and creating efficiencies in organizations, especially among different physical locations and even time zones, is paramount.
The talent of multi-tasking is one that we ladies are born with. We have many jobs: balancing duties of the household, raising children, volunteering, helping extended family, and following our dreams of a career or business ownership.
Professionals can very easily get distracted, but it’s important to know when to hide those tabs and get back to the task at hand. Check out some quick tips to focus on productivity.
Cases played out in the media get the attention, but most women can recall a time when a man who had some power, whether a boss, supervisor, teacher, professor or someone in management, imposed their sexual needs onto the relationship.
With such great entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip, one can get caught up in the spectacle of the singing, dancing, magic and humor that can be found in shows.
A Las Vegas resident for more than 20 years, Kirvin has been a philanthropist focusing on her two passions: children and health issues.
Michelle Huntzinger, a Las Vegas native, is the hotel operations director for Aliante Casino + Hotel, and was part its transition to an independent resort in 2012.
Samantha Waters has been involved in the construction industry for as long as she can remember. Her dad was in construction and, growing up in Northern California, she would beg to go to work with him. She loved being around a job site and all the activity absolutely fascinated her.
I now have officially worked as editor-in-chief for four issues – completing my first year. It has been an exhilarating, exhausting, overwhelming, exciting and amazing time which has taken me to new heights and new growth both professionally and personally.
Jill Bernacki has always felt a calling toward helping people. While spending 16 years in the hospitality industry, she always believed something was missing. In 2008, Bernacki began volunteering with Trauma Intervention Program of Southern Nevada and immediately fell in love with everything the organization does to help those at scenes of sudden or unexpected traumatic events that occur daily.
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