September 9, 2022Via: Entrepreneur
By now, you’ve heard about “quiet quitting,” the phenomenon of employees committing to not doing the extra work that goes completely unnoticed. And you may have even heard about “quiet firing,” where employers treat employees poorly so that they’ll leave. […]
August 26, 2022Via: Inc.
When Kathrin Hamm first launched her weighted blanket brand, Bearaby, she didn’t have a team member who was trained in search engine optimization. But she knew someone who did. Her friend, Dannie Hansen, was well-versed in the topic. His Munich-based […]
August 25, 2022Via: Entrepreneur
With today’s employees seeking more say over where they live and work, hybrid work models are becoming increasingly popular. So, how can you make a hybrid workplace work for both in-office and remote team members? Hybrid has its challenges — […]
July 15, 2022Via: Inc.
As a leader, creating an environment where open communication and feedback are welcomed and encouraged is important. You not only need to give continuous feedback to your team, but you must seek it out as well. Asking for your team’s […]
July 15, 2022Via: The Penny Hoarder
It’s the night before your big job interview. You’ve done your due diligence researching the company, the position and the people conducting the interview. You’re ready. But how will you respond when the hiring manager asks, “Do you have any […]
June 6, 2022Via: Forbes
I have been doing a lot of recruiting lately. And it is harder, more competitive, and more time consuming as ever. It is clearly a job seekers market right now, which affords them the opportunity to take the best of […]
April 14, 2022Via: Forbes
A successful workplace is built on culture, not strategy. Strategy ensures your workplace has a path to success and longevity, but culture is what determines if that path is followed and achieved. As the nexus of any workplace, employees determine […]
March 28, 2022Via: Inc.
Experienced recruiters know that finding the right employee for a role can often feel like finding a needle in a haystack. Research indicates that up to 78 percent of resumes contain misleading information and statements. Worse yet, 46 percent contain […]
March 11, 2022Via: Entrepreneur
Talent capital is an integral part of any corporation’s inherent value. It’s not enough to simply fill vacancies; businesses must fill those spots with quality candidates if they hope to continue seeing success. When a company’s survival depends on its […]
February 25, 2022Via: Inc.
As stated in recent Fortune article, just 3% of white collar workers want to return to the office five days a week. This from a poll by management consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates, which also warned employees will quit if bosses […]
February 16, 2022Via: Home Business Magazine
Sick leave happens with anyone. Regardless of the exact reason for your temporary absence from work, it requires a Return to Work Note from a doctor. There is a certain procedure for returning to your daily duties. Read below to […]
February 2, 2022Via: Home Business Magazine
When you are a landlord, you are consistently juggling multiple responsibilities at a time. There are maintenance issues, collecting rent, finding tenants, and resolving current tenant issues. You probably find yourself buried under a mountain of paperwork and an overflowing […]
January 31, 2022Via: Forbes
It seems to be the same just about everywhere. According to research published last week by software development company STX Next, hiring tech talent is far from easy. Drawing on responses from 500 Chief Technology Officers around the world, the […]
January 27, 2022Via: Inc.
Ineffective communication costs individuals time and organizations money. Misunderstandings, ambiguous instructions, unclear calls to action and confusion start as small stressors that can snowball into outcomes that impact organizational bottom lines. A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit on Communication […]
January 20, 2022Via: Small Business Trends
It’s hard to do most forms of business without some sort of invoice. After all, a small business owner needs to collect payment from their customers, and they need to document their transactions to ensure that happens. Likewise, customers and […]
January 20, 2022Via: Inc.
The pandemic almost killed the open office plan. Immersive sound wants to save it. In an attempt to make open offices more attractive–once employees do come back–some office design companies are toying with immersive sound. Certain sounds, or tonalities, that […]
January 13, 2022Via: Business 2 Community
Leaders are sticking their heads into the sand of reality on Omicron. Unless they take needed steps, the results may be catastrophic for their companies. Omicron is 4.2 times more infectious than Delta, according to a recent study. That aligns […]
January 11, 2022Via: Business 2 Community
In today’s competitive job market, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for companies to find suitable candidates and keep them engaged. Tried-and-true recruitment methods, such as job postings and networking, are no longer as effective as they used to be. Today’s candidates […]
January 7, 2022Via: Business.com
As a business owner with employees, you have the important task of managing employee schedules. It can be challenging to balance covering shifts, honor workers’ availability, and stay within your payroll budget. Scheduling is especially tricky in industries experiencing worker […]
December 27, 2021Via: Inc.
Communication is one of the most common challenges faced by teams that are new to remote work. Team members who were used to walking over to a colleague’s desk for clarification find themselves lost in a sea of crisscrossed emails, […]