What Slate is doing to help millennials and techies in the workplace
Slate.com has started giving away free online tools to help people in their workplaces who are struggling to cope with the pressures of tech and life.
The site launched the Free Office app and other tools last year to help employees find ways to get their work done, and it recently launched a new online video series called “Tech for Techies.”
The first episode, “Get Paid, Get Productive,” is available for free now, and a follow-up episode, called “Learn the Job Skills of the Future,” is scheduled to air this week.
The new series will focus on specific topics like workplace technology, the latest job-related tech news and trends, and how to create better work-life balance.
The Free Office is the latest attempt to help tech workers with the challenges of technology, which have come to define the digital world.
The app is aimed at millennials and technology workers who have been struggling to navigate the pressures created by the rise of the Internet, which has brought new challenges for the workplace, like being able to access the tools that they need to do their jobs.
“This app is intended to help our customers better understand what’s going on with technology in the world of work,” said Slate founder and CEO Ryan J. Reilly in a statement.
“If you’re struggling with a job, our app is going to show you what the challenges are and how they’re changing the way we work.”
“We want to make sure our customers understand that technology is a real issue that affects our daily lives, and we’re going to do everything in our power to make it as easy as possible to work from home,” Reilly said.
The first episode of the series will debut on Tuesday, and will focus specifically on technology issues, including workplace technology and how technology can help people better cope with work-related stress and fatigue.
The show will highlight how to deal with pressure in the tech industry and how it can help solve problems for people who have already had the experience, according to Reilly.
In a video from the show, Reilly said that people often find themselves in a situation where they have to make a difficult decision about whether or not to pursue a job.
“When you make that difficult decision, you might find that it’s really important to get it right,” Reilly says in the clip.
“And then you might not get it the first time, because you might have a little anxiety.
So that anxiety can manifest itself as depression, or you might get it when you’re having a difficult time thinking about what you should do, or if you should say no to a job because it’s not going to make you happy.”
In addition to the free tools, the series is also offering a subscription to Slate’s podcast “Slate Crm,” which is also available for download.
The podcast is a place for tech and technology employees to share their stories, find advice and connect with one another, according a blog post from Slate.
The series is part of a broader effort to help the tech community in the United States.
Earlier this year, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children announced that it would provide free, in-person support for any employee with a disability who was impacted by tech.
In addition, the company has launched the “Crisis Intervention Team” that provides support to tech workers in crisis, including those who are trying to get through a new job.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Reilly explained how the FreeOffice app will help the millennial generation in particular.
“We’re a millennial generation, and so there’s this expectation of a certain kind of work, of a specific kind of skills and that expectation is going up.
But the problem is that the expectations of technology workers are different from the expectations that millennials have,” Reilly told HuffPost.
“So this is something that we’ve seen over the last couple of years that people in the workforce are getting better at understanding.
So, I think this is a great opportunity for them to get a sense of how technology is impacting them and where they might be in a different kind of workplace that they’re not necessarily used to.”
Slate is one of the first companies to embrace technology as part of its workforce.
In 2014, the publication launched the Slate Digital Hub, a tool that gives employees a free, personal online account that allows them to post updates on their personal and professional lives.
The Hub allows users to share content with one-another, and is also accessible on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
The app has a lot of tools that can help employees get their daily tasks done, including a “task diary,” a task tracking app, and tools to quickly find and download information.
Slate is also launching an app called “Slashable” that will give employees the option to create a free personal online profile that will include a list of personal tasks that they can complete.
The company also launched a “personal productivity app” that gives users access