During this time, it’s more important than ever that companies do what they can to facilitate meaningful connections in the workplace. From fostering more effective communication to generating a deeper appreciation for one another’s eccentricities, getting to know your coworkers on a personal, not-just-work level has true benefits.
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In the midst of this pandemic, every industry will be impacted in one way or another. Luckily, the telecom industry’s future is hopeful.
A number of factors play into this positive projection. To understand where telecom will be headed when COVID-19 passes, let’s walk through where the industry has been going in general as well as what it is facing during the pandemic.
You may experience a few temptations when working remotely. For many of us, it becomes too easy to work extended hours. Others lose all motivation to change from their PJs or reach for snacks constantly. Whatever your weakness, we all have them. Luckily, experience lends us some tried-and-true best practices for working from home.
The term “emerging technologies” is relative and includes new innovations in tech that are in development or will be developed in approximately the next decade. In September 2018, the World Economic Forum released a list of its Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2018: “They’re all breakthrough technologies that are likely to shape our lives in the near future.”1
The importance of these emerging technologies to businesses goes beyond revenue potential. According to scientists and experts, “each one has been identified as having the potential to be disruptive by altering deep-rooted practices or shaking up whole industries.”1 To that end, businesses of all sizes, across industries, must keep a pulse on these developments if they want to remain sustainable and competitive.
Predictions by different industry experts and media may vary, but even they agree that “it’s not about whether these themes will become the new normal, it’s more about how soon.”2 Innovations in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) have applications throughout daily life, from business communications and online shopping to social media and streaming on an array of devices.
Heather Moyer, HNM Systems’ CEO, President and Founder, is a finalist in the San Diego Business Journal’s 2018 Next Top Business Leaders Under 40.
The award honors young leaders, change makers and innovators who have had a positive impact on the San Diego community.
Heather entered the staffing field at the age of 20 while pursuing her bachelor’s degree in business administration at San Diego State University. Within five years, she was appointed president of a local staffing firm. Under her leadership, the company grew more than 500 percent. By the time she was 26, Heather developed an entrepreneurial itch, which lead her to found HNM Systems in 2011.
When creating HNM Systems, Heather chose to focus on the wireless industry, which she believed was underserved. Since its foundation in 2011, HNM Systems has employed more than 500 consultants, empowering them to take calculated risks and achieve their career goals.
Heather has helped HNM Systems flourish by doubling the company’s full-time staff and growing revenue by 85 percent in 2017. She also recently launched the Emerging Technologies division at HNM Systems.