In the weeks ahead, we will be highlighting some of Recordsforce's employees, as they are essential to helping businesses stay open and operating during a pandemic as we shift to working and learning remotely. From paper operation technicians to our IT team, everyone provides the expertise needed to reduce the burden of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses that are trying to manage their workload online.
Artificial Intelligence has been in the headlines for years. From bringing the end of humanity or the end of human suffering, the promise of a different world has long been expected as a product of thinking machines. While we are still a long way off from sentient self aware computers, the use of several techniques that fall under the category of “Artificial Intelligence” have taken hold in the document management services industry.
Portsmouth, NH - New universal guidelines have been released for businesses that are deemed essential or are re-opening their operations based on recommendations from the CDC, EEOC and OSHA to reduce the impact of COVID-19. Employers are now required to develop a process for screening all employees reporting for work, document the temperatures of employees, handle those with symptoms accordingly, as well as implement workplace cleaning and disinfection practices.
Each month Recordsforce has a company meeting where we get EVERYONE together. We used to do it in a conference room, but now we have it via a Zoom meeting. We review the company goals and our progress towards reaching them. We discuss any housekeeping issues and then we review some Flashlight Award nominations and announce the Flashlight Award Winners.
Recordsforce employs hourly part-time and entry-level staff in positions that do not require any higher education. In many industries, that’s an invitation to pay minimum wage, exclude benefits and paid holidays, and treat them as “expendable”…..even when it turns out those employees are now “essential.”