Welcome to week 3 of our QCS launch series! Thank for reaching out to us over the past few weeks. We are so excited by your interest in QCS. We know how important international education is, and QCS wants to help you support as many students as possible!
QCS opens it’s doors on August 1st, but we begin reviewing requests for services starting today. Need support? Submit a request to get started. We can set you up to hit the ground running on August 1st!
This week’s blog will focus on QCS project management services. Projects can overwhelm an already busy office.
Can you imagine how your team members would feel if you could take just one project off their plates?
It would mean the world to them. It would reduce anxiety, offer work-life balance, and make them feel valued.
Some of the leading causes of resignation are feeling unsupported, under-valued, or over-worked (Parker and Menasce, 2022). QCS project management helps you address this issue.
QCS project teams offer a sense of relief to overworked and overwhelmed employees.
We provide support for a wide range of routine and one-time projects. Our project managers can help you craft a plan to complete a project on your own or we can take over the project for you. Either way, we help you meet expectations and support your staff.
Interested in talking with us about upcoming projects? Contact us get started. We’ll set you up to hit the ground running on August 1st.
Stay tuned! In our next blog, I’ll share some examples of projects that QCS can do!
Parker, K. and Menasce Horowitz, J. (2022). Majority of workers who quit a job in 2021 cite low pay, no opportunities for advancement, feeling disrespected. Pew Research Center. https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2022/03/09/majority-of-workers-who-quit-a-job-in-2021-cite-low-pay-no-opportunities-for-advancement-feeling-disrespected/