iWorks Corporation is excited to announce, that Jothi Radhakrishnan, President and CEO, has been elected to serve on the Professional Services Council (PSC) Board of Directors.
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From Halloween to Christmas, fun events are just one part of how iWorks brings its employees together for camaraderie and fun. While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused everyone to work from home, three months of iWorks holiday traditions were maintained virtually.
During the month of August, iWorks Corporation hosted a virtual Spirit Week to celebrate iWorks as a company and bond our employees. One of the Spirit Week’s contests for our employees was the tagline contest: develop and propose taglines that best represented iWorks.
The Technical Writers and Editors at iWorks work across projects, agencies, and departments. We collated our top tips and resources from our varied experiences to benefit our peers currently in the field, as well as those who want to enter the field.
Many of us are now working from home and experiencing a new wave of working with (and around) virtual technologies. As a company and as individuals we are learning how to best relate to virtual colleagues while experimenting with virtual collaboration. For working parents, virtual work has its own specific challenges. To stay focused and avoid burnout, we recommend the following tips based on our own employee’s experiences.
Diversity and inclusion are part of our core principles. We believe this makes us stronger as both a company and a community.
With Agile, and other iterative methodologies, the traditional roles of a team have been replaced with a single role: team member. A team must still collectively possess all the skills needed to complete its work, but the traditional silos and handoffs are eliminated.
During the month of August, iWorks held a Virtual Spirit Week. If you think back to your high school days, Spirit Week was one of the best weeks of the year.
The Professional Services Council Annual Defense Services Conference provided a forum for a panel of defense industry professionals to discuss modernization and sustainment practices in response to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us, including our financial decisions. When it comes to crises and uncertainties in the financial market, it is easy to make fear-based decisions about financial investments without considering the long-term effects of those decisions.