Who wants a $40K pay raise

by Simon Dudley in Simon Says | Comments 0

First, let’s start with the good news. National Geographic fellow and author of Thrive: Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way, Dan Buettner, found that not commuting to work produces the equivalent of a $40k pay raise. Call me crazy but that stat alone could (and should) easily be both the title and the entire argument… Continue ReadingSimon Says, Trends

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Lifesize donates more than 1,500 meals!

by Corrine Heery in Features | Comments 1

Since joining Lifesize in December 2013, I’ve been a member of our Charitable Giving Committee. The committee represents individuals from every department in the company, and we have monthly meetings to brainstorm and plan philanthropic events for our employees to participate in. This January, we wanted to host a food drive for a local organization,… Continue ReadingFeatures, Lifesize, People

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Innovate Faster with Lifesize at ISE 2015

by Stephanie Capouch in Lifesize | Comments 0

Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), the world’s most popular event for professional AV and electronic systems integration, is less than a week away! We couldn’t be more excited for this year’s event, as we are preparing for our largest presence ever.     ISE 2015 is set to attract more than 1,000 exhibitors and 50,000 attendees… Continue ReadingLifesize

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Equipping the Huddle Room

by Ellen J. Hawes Durbin in Lifesize | Comments 0

Huddle rooms, or small-space meeting rooms, are meant for collaboration and designed for getting work done. As open floor plans become more prevalent, the importance of huddle rooms continues to grow. In fact, they are quickly becoming the most productive rooms in offices. While small, these rooms are mighty; and small but might rooms deserve… Continue ReadingLifesize, Tech Notes

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