Type of content created: Blog post
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge effect on the working landscape. As companies have been forced to activate distributed, remote workforces at a rate never seen before, many aspects of the workplace will never be the same again. That is asking questions of the organisation’s ability to deliver on ‘employee experience’ – giving employees the flexibility to work where and how they prefer.
Wind the clock back to early 2020. Back then, it may have been difficult to see opportunity at a time of such rapid disruption. The widespread shift to remote work was hard and fast, and it was a matter of keeping the business running as best you could.
Pascale Van Damme
Universities should use both organic search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) together to achieve their website goals. Each year, millions of student-hopefuls apply to higher education institutions. And with thousands of options to choose from, selecting a university with the best programs and opportunities to meet their goals can be a challenge. This is where search comes into play.
Whey is commonly known in endurance training and fitness circles as a highly effective nutritional aid for muscle recovery. But what about its ‘green’ factor? Results from a recent study surprisingly indicate that dry whey is almost the most environmentally-efficient protein source.
Did you know your university’s website is one of the most important digital student engagement touchpoints you have at your disposal? Your website has the power to foster trust, build relationships, and bolster your reputation. But it can’t do any of that if it doesn’t function properly, particularly when it comes to speed. It seems simple enough, but almost half of web users leave sites that take three seconds or longer to load. So, it’s clear that page speed matters, but what can you do to speed up your site? We’ve got you covered.
Experts in a number of fields are now accepting that more protein is helpful for many people. So, what new ways of providing and refining it can we expect to see in coming years?
Ingesting protein and carbohydrates in the first two hours after exhaustive exercise appears to improve the recovery of performance the following day compared with ingesting carbohydrates alone.
In an increasingly competitive higher education environment, many universities are prioritizing digital student engagement to increase application numbers and boost overall student satisfaction. But, with the expansive range of student engagement platforms available, it can be difficult to assess if engagement efforts are actually making a difference. And even if student engagement increases, how much does that engagement move your organization towards its goals?