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Do You Know What All That Screen Time Is Doing to Your Health?

Do You Know What All That Screen Time Is Doing to Your Health?

As a society, we’re spending more time in front of screens than ever before. According to a 2017 survey conducted by Common Sense Media, people spend an average of nearly nine-and-a-half hours every day looking at various screens, including computers, smartphones, tablets, and televisions. Not surprisingly, this behavior has prompted a great deal of research… Read More…

6 Tips for Creating An Effective BYOD Policy at Your Company

6 Tips for Creating An Effective BYOD Policy at Your Company

Many employees nowadays use their personal digital devices for work-related purposes, a practice known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Companies should implement a formal BYOD policy that clarifies the rules and expectations surrounding the use of personal devices at work, particularly when it comes to critical questions of security and confidentiality. A BYOD policy… Read More…

How to Make the Most of a Job Fair

How to Make the Most of a Job Fair

Earlier this year, the Bayat Foundation was proud to be one of the sponsors of the second successful “Bright Futures Jobs Fair.” This career fair seeks to bring together Afghan university graduates with leading Afghan businesses. The event was held at the Bayat Media Center in Kabul and supported by Bright Futures Afghanistan (a consortium… Read More…

7 of the Best Tips for Reducing Employee Turnover

7 of the Best Tips for Reducing Employee Turnover

Afghan Wireless (AWCC) knows how important it is to hold on to the great employees that make the company a success. That’s why AWCC is always working to implement initiatives that help foster employee motivation and engagement and that promote employee retention. For example, as part of its commitment to employee education and professional development,… Read More…

How to Protect Yourself from Eyestrain

How to Protect Yourself from Eyestrain

According to a recent survey conducted by Common Sense Media, the average American adult spends nearly nine and a half hours daily in front of various screens, from work computers to smartphones and tablets to televisions. So it’s hardly surprising that eyestrain—along with associated symptoms like headaches, dry eyes, blurry vision, and neck or shoulder… Read More…