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Owl Labs Launches Meeting Owl® 4+ Camera and AI-powered Software to Create the First Standalone 360-Degree, Wirelessly Connected Device System for Hybrid Work

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Owl Labs , the first company to build AI-powered, 360-degree video conferencing solutions, today launched its next-generation flagship product, the Meeting Owl 4+. It is Owl Labs’ newest all-in-one, 360-degree camera, speaker, and mic device with 4K Ultra HD video for crystal clear video that’s sharper than ever. The new Meeting Owl is powered by the latest Owl Intelligence System (OIS) Software which now allows for wirelessly pairing more devices, so organizations can customize their spaces to

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Changing The Game: Flag Football Star Diana Flores Is an Advocate for Women in Sports

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At the age of 8, standing on a field in Mexico City, playing flag football with a group of 16-year-old girls, Diana Flores could never have known she’d fall in love. That fast, agile little girl who grew up watching her father play tackle football—a sport allocated to men, who also got paid to play—would never have imagined herself as a star. Not even when she was 13, playing on an all-boys flag football team, and outrunning them all, in the NFL FLAG Football League in Mexico City.

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Admitting You Use AI Is Now Key To Getting Hired

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AI skills are not just a highly sought after talent in the global labor market, it’s now becoming a must -have to most companies. The workforce is taking notes. A recent study by Microsoft and LinkedIn surveyed 31,000 employees across 31 countries and found a staggering 75% of workers use generative AI at work. 78% are also bringing their own AI tools to work — particularly within small and medium-sized businesses.

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The fastest growing job occupation in the US isn’t what you think it is

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The rise of artificial intelligence and its impact on the job market has raised concerns around the world, with some predicting that up to 85 million jobs would be replaced with automation and AI. However, a new report argues that AI cannot replace every job occupation, and the latest data from the US labour market proves it. According to data presented by Stocklytics.com , home health and personal care aides are expected to be the fastest-growing occupation in the United States in the near futu

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Unlock Your Productivity: Simple Steps for Every Professional

Unlock your full potential with our comprehensive guide on productivity. This detailed resource explores the three fundamental pillars of effective task management: Todo List Mastery, Time Management, and Habit Optimization. Learn to capture and prioritize your tasks effectively, schedule them using proven strategies like the Pomodoro Technique, and maintain your productivity through consistent habit tracking.

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Why Go To An Office? To Be Seen, Not Productive, Employees Say

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Employees at organizations that are mandating stricter return-to-office (RTO) policies are feeling heightened pressure to be seen by their bosses. According to BambooHR’s 2024 Return to Office (RTO) report , nearly half, or 42%, of employees “who returned to the office say they feel like they are showing up just for visibility.” This is supported by 32% of managers who admit that monitoring employee activity was a key objective of their RTO policies.

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Federal Employees Push Back on Strict Return-to-Office Policies

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U.S. federal employees are advocating for more flexible return-to-office (RTO) policies as the sector is moving more quickly than the private sector to bring workers back to the office. The Federal News Network reports The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and The Defense Logistics Agency’s (DLA) are both reeling-in workers using recent updates to their remote work policies.

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