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Skills Employees Need in the COVID-19 Era

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  • Skills Employees Need in the COVID-19 Era

    We've all learned to adapt this year due to the pandemic. This is true at home and at work. I came across an article on MSN that highlights the six traits employees need in a post-pandemic workplace. Being adept at technology and empathy are included. What's your opinion on the topic?
    Amy Campbell
    Inside Self-Storage
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    I think "common sense" is needed more than anything. This is for sure not rocket science.
    "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"


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