Day: October 13, 2020

This Mexican startup wants to digitize records to make receptions more secure


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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

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When you have an appointment at a company, most likely you will meet by phone and when you arrive at the place, they will ask you to sign up in a notebook so they can have the record.

After that there is a waiting time in which they notify the person with whom you have the meeting and while all that happens, you have already touched the entrance, reception, notebook and pen that thousands of people have already touched previously, which today It’s like asking for a COVID-19 infection .

Lobbyfix is a software designed for hosts of offices, businesses, receptions, to be able to have a complete and secure record of the people who frequent the facilities.

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Working parents need flexibility and technology support

This year has brought unprecedented upheaval to American parents. With kids at home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, sick loved ones needing care, and rising unemployment, mothers and fathers have been under tremendous strain.

The American Psychological Association’s survey on Stress in America 2020, published in July, found that “parents are, on average, feeling significantly higher levels of stress than adults without children.” On a 10-point scale, the parents surveyed put their stress at 6.7 on average, with nearly half saying it’s between 8 and 10. When I asked the APA for a breakdown by gender, they informed me that there was no “statistically significant difference” between mothers and fathers.

But there is a gender difference in how this time is affecting people’s participation in the workforce. A reportPDF by the National Women’s Law Center found that in September, four-fifths of those who dropped out of the

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Working parents need flexibility and technology support

This year has brought unprecedented upheaval to American parents. With kids at home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, sick loved ones needing care, and rising unemployment, mothers and fathers have been under tremendous strain.

The American Psychological Association’s survey on Stress in America 2020, published in July, found that “parents are, on average, feeling significantly higher levels of stress than adults without children.” On a 10-point scale, the parents surveyed put their stress at 6.7 on average, with nearly half saying it’s between 8 and 10. When I asked the APA for a breakdown by gender, they informed me that there was no “statistically significant difference” between mothers and fathers.

But there is a gender difference in how this time is affecting people’s participation in the workforce. A reportPDF by the National Women’s Law Center found that in September, four-fifths of those who dropped out of the

Read more