How to Mitigate The Risk of Having Work-at-Home Employees

In the history of the workplace, there’s never been a better time than the present to have employees work from home. The advancement in technology has removed the barriers that once prevented this from happening.  Working from home, like other things, comes with its pros and cons. However, organizations only see its disadvantages, which many [&hellip
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Top 5 Strategies For Effective Virtual Recruitment

Recruiting is a process that is both time-consuming and expensive. For a firm with up to 500 employees, hiring costs an average of $7645. This doesn’t account for the long hours spent interviewing candidates and combing through tons of job applications.  Fortunately, recruiters have technology on their side. Developers have created software programs that scan [&hellip
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How to Run a Business Remotely

Today’s world of technological innovation and mass connectivity has brought an end to many conventional ways of doing things. The “global village” which now exists, ensures needs are met via the use of a laptop or a phone, and a good internet connection. As for businesses, this has brought about a new trend: working remotely. [&hellip
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How COVID-19 is Affecting the Workplace

Just less than 24 hours ago, the World Health Organization labeled the COVID-19 as a pandemic. According to WHO’s definition, a pandemic is a worldwide spread of a new disease. Reports place the figures of infected persons at around 120,000 in about 114 countries. While the disease isn’t as fatal as other pandemics, it is [&hellip
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Things You Should Remove From Your Resume Immediately!

Hiring managers rarely have the time or resources to look at each résumé closely, and they typically spend about six seconds on their initial fit/no fit decision. If you want to pass that test, you need to have some solid qualifications — and the perfect resume to highlight them. Here are 34 things you should strike [&hellip
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Don’t Lose Your Will to Work

Your alarm has just gone off. You reach out and almost instinctively find the snooze button without a problem. It’s time to go to work. But wait, why are you not moving? It seems like your “get up and go” left without you. You could have lost your will to work. This attitude is detrimental to [&hellip
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