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2020 August

Featured

Top Technicians for 2019

Let’s give a big round of applause for our amazing technicians. Our technicians are hardworking individuals and extremely valued by not only Kelly’s but also by our customers. We have pictured below our Top Technicians for 2019. We had a tie this year with Eddie Hill & Bryan Barringer. Thank you both so much for all your hard work over the year. We also have our Top Technician Runner-Up for 2019 Scot Fornwalt pictured below as well. A huge thank you to all three of you for the work you put in and for going the extra mile. Congratulations to all three of you on behalf of all the Kelly Family! There will be more images to come of all of our winners in the next newsletter to highlight all our hardworking Kelly Family.

Industry Stories

Tips for Working from Home with Kids

Many professionals who worked from home this Spring were forced to contend with a new distraction during their workday that they weren’t prepared for: their kids. Our jobs can be challenging enough when working in the office; adding children to the mix can make it even more difficult to focus on our tasks and remain productive. They can be noisy, demand attention, and sometimes require our assistance. With so much uncertainty existing about the status of schools for the Fall, many remote employees face the …

Who is hiding in your network?

While most businesses today focus on dealing with external cyber threats, internal risk factors are often overlooked in the process. Some of the common internal security vulnerabilities, which often go unnoticed, happen inside the network and behind security measures like firewalls and anti-virus or anti-malware software.
The average time it takes to identify a breach is 206 days! A lot can happen in that amount of time.
Learn how we can help:

Why Getting Feedback from Your Employees Is Important

Employee engagement should be extremely important to employers, as it is critical to a business’s success. A study by FastTrack360 found that 71 percent of managers believe employee engagement is one of the most essential factors in overall company success, and according to Harvard Business Review, engaged companies have twice the success rate of less-engaged businesses. Why is management so bullish on the subject? Because productivity and talent retention are directly …