Many organizations have continued providing services to the public during this time, from the multinational to the independent. Gordon Wright, manager of vehicle services at a Firestone Complete Auto Care Center, and Andy Bonzagni, owner of Concord Outfitters, a fly fishing and outdoor clothing store, discuss their current work lives in Massachusetts, safety precautions, and what this shift means for their industries.
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What’s it like to be out there protecting and serving the community during this pandemic? Find out in this episode of Keeping Work Human
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During yesterday’s first-ever Workhuman Livestream, representatives from two of our customers spoke with CEO Eric Mosley about the ways in which Workhuman Cloud is providing a cure for isolation.
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