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May 23, 2020 By Editor
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May 1, 2020 By OMA Comp
Be mindful of your posture when working from home to avoid pain and problems in the future.
Due to COVID-19, many of us suddenly switched our work environment from office to home creating all kinds of unusual home set-ups that can lead to poor posture. Poor posture can affect our health and well-being and can lead to chronic pain. There are ways to improve posture.
TIPS TO IMPROVE POSTURE
While standing, keep your head high, shoulders back and stomach tucked in.
When sitting, keep legs perpendicular to the floor, with your rear end touching the back of the chair. Distribute weight evenly over both hips and keep feet flat on the floor. When sitting at a desk or table, arms and elbows should rest on the surface taking the strain off the shoulders.
It is important to remember to get up at least every half hour. This will also help avoid computer eye strain. We hope these tips will help you. Take care of yourself while staying safe at home.
April 8, 2020 By OMA Comp
We wish our clients, friends and family who celebrate a Happy Passover. The holiday season will take some creativity this year to include social distancing during Seder’s. We know some of you will make the most out of this unique Passover holiday and connect over video conferencing platforms. We hope that you and your family are and stay in good health.
March 25, 2020 By Editor
OMA Comp IT support is considered an essential business and we will remain open during the Michigan Executive Order 2020-21 (COVID-19). We will be working as much as possible remotely. Our crew is permitted to make on-site visits ONLY if absolutely necessary to first line support and government approved companies.
Beginning Friday, March 27th, 2020, we will need an approved document that you are part of the essential critical infrastructure workforce for OMA Comp to perform on-site visits. If we are needed on site, we require that businesses adhere to the CDC guidelines to implement infection prevention measures, including:
If you or an employee at your business or home are sick or have known contact with a COVID-19 patient, please adhere to and understand that we will need to reschedule our technician’s on-site visit after the two week quarantine is over for every member in the facility to secure the health and well-being of our team. If at all possible, we will complete work remotely.
Thank you for your cooperation and Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives Executive Order. We will get through this faster together.
Stay well. Orest Melnyk, CEO OMA Comp
March 23, 2020 By Editor
Dear Friends and Customers,
Our hearts are going out to all of our clients, family and friends who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We realize the impact of business closures during these uncertain times.
OMA Comp can help best by providing you additional resources to help during this challenging period. If you need to change your current business model to be able to offer and/or take in money for services and products, as well as work from home, below are options that our remote technicians can set-up and put in place for you, your employees, and your customers.
We will continue with our services with remote IT support. We can’t predict the future but know that we will be stronger together.
We are staying open late hours and working weekends to accommodate and support your operation during these challenging times.
Stay well. Orest Melnyk, CEO
March 20, 2020 By OMA Comp
OMA Comp has extended our hours to help you navigate the trials of changing how you do business. Our IT technicians are here to set-up systems so that you and your team are able to access your server files off-site to more easily work from home. We can provide online tools for you to communicate with your staff and customers. We also build online shopping carts and virtual classrooms. There is a lot of stress due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic; COVID-19, working from home should not be one of them. OMA Comp can relieve some of that pressure while you are changing your short-term business model. Contact us at our office at 248-616-3057 or 248-867-0711.
March 14, 2020 By Editor
The looming threat of the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting us all, even shaping how business will be conducted. Knowledge and preparation is key to sustain your organization’s operations. Do you have a telecommuting plan to maintain business continuity?
You may need to change your business practices and operations during the pandemic. Mobilizing your workforce to flex how they work by working from home or off-site, permits your business to continue to function, and to continue to collaborate with clients and your team.
Your employees need tools to perform their jobs from home, so they can access business software, emails, and meet with clients. OMA Comp has virtual IT solutions to ensure your employees have what they need for remote productivity.
Technology can help with productivity and allow you to work from home. Innovations in technology make working from home easier than ever.
Contact us or call directly at 248-616-3057 if you need help in setting up remote access systems. We are also available for consultation to create a plan for your organization to ensure that you are not left vulnerable, unable to undertake a remote production work shift.
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At OMA Comp, we feel that it is all of our responsibility to contribute to the well-being of our employees, customers, and vendors to reduce risk of contracting COVID-19 while still maintaining productivity.
For more information, read CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
February 29, 2020 By OMA Comp
2020 has a lot of firsts including hosting a Leap Year. Do something different to celebrate and shake things up! Keeping on your toes and never getting too comfortable, helps maintain creativity in your life and propel your business forward. Need some creative web design or marketing strategies, contact OMA Comp.
February 19, 2020 By OMA Comp
If you hope to achieve free organic traffic from search engines like Google and Microsoft Bing, then you must have a website that is SEO friendly. Paying for web traffic is great when it converts into dollars but getting free traffic that earns you money is truly a beautiful thing. When it comes to making your website SEO friendly, below are a few things you cannot overlook.
SEO can be complicated and frustrating so contact OMA Comp if you need any assistance. Once these key items are handled, you will be well on your way to improving your SEO.
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