Winter is here in full effect, and if this month’s weather is any indication, we’re in for a long, icy, and snowy season. Whether you’re a renter, a homeowner, or a landlord, it’s important to understand your legal rights and responsibilities when it comes to snow removal at residential and commercial properties in Massachusetts.
If there's one thing a lot of people feel today, it's that there's sometimes too much information
There's a term for this now; it's called 'content shock'; It highlights how people who are looking for information online can fall under an overwhelming barrage of content.
That's why I always stick with a handful of trusted sources. When these people give me information about content marketing, I pay attention.
Fear of Missing Out has become the new red alert. The kids call if FOMO but it is by no means just a Millennial thing. This can't be blamed on the youth. FOMO is when we become fearful that we are not exactly where we are supposed to be or not exactly the the right people. Something is missing....the unknown that we fear is so much better than what we have.
It’s that time of year when the changing temperatures cause people to get sick. However, instead of staying home to rest and get well, many people continue to go to work, spreading their cold and flu germs throughout the office. The Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law went into effect on July 1, 2015, but many people are still unsure as to how it works and/or if it applies to them. Here’s a quick refresher
I’ve been listening to several of my colleague's podcast recommendations and found a few discussions about the limits of digital privacy protections that are worth sharing. If you’ve got some down time during the holidays, give them a listen: