Running a company successfully is clearly not an easy task. Maintaining a large infrastructure of employees, carrying out daily duties and outlining future initiatives can be daunting. But of course this doesn’t fall on one person, that’s what an employee hierarchy is…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on March 7, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
Hiring people is always a bit of a mixed bag, in terms of experience. Sometimes, you’ll get the perfect candidate within your first batch. Sometimes, you can be taking resumes in for weeks without finding what you’re looking for. And, worst of all, sometimes you would be in the middle of the hiring process when your ideal candidate gets swept up and away by a competitor for a fatter paycheck. In any case, hiring decisions cannot be made lightly – according to…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on February 17, 2016 at 8:57am — No Comments
Training and development are imperative aspects in organizational performance. This is because the environment in which most businesses function presently is constantly changing and is full of challenges. Most organizations have proved that training and development are crucial for an organization to meet the increasing customer demand, and face the competition and openings that are beyond their reach. Artofthestart.com stated…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on December 2, 2015 at 10:13am — No Comments
Stress at work keeping you awake at night? If you’re not getting enough sleep or generally find yourself in a sluggish frame of mind a lot of the times, you might want to consider giving yourself a break. That’s where reading apps handily come in:
According to The Huffington Post, reading is one way to help yourself relax. However, if you’ve got a busy schedule,…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on November 7, 2015 at 11:06am — No Comments
Looking for a way to lower attrition levels and encourage company-wide loyalty? Want to improve productivity levels among your employees? Here are some ways video conferencing can help make that happen:
1. Attract Great Talent
According to B2B Marketing’s “…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on October 4, 2015 at 2:30am — No Comments
Recruitment is a highly tuned skill; not only do you have to be knowledgeable in your company and the field you're hiring for, but you have to be able to cut through the prose, nervousness and first impressions to see the diamonds in the rough as it were.
When it comes to recruiting for a position like graphic designer, it can be difficult to find a candidate that not only has the skills, but shares the vision of where your company is going and how they're getting there. Graphic…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on July 23, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
From business meetings to school presentations, video conferencing is an excellent tool for communicating with several people in more than one location. With the aid of the Internet and a phone line, you can now attend a class in Ohio from your living room in Texas, or make a sales pitch from your Los Angeles office to potential clients in Berlin. This cuts down on travel time, expenses, and inconveniences. Blue Jeans can provide the software and venue for a technically flawless video…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on April 25, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments
Working outside the typical 9 to 5 job can be great, but without a solid base of clients, you could end up just another starving artist. The purpose of entrepreneurship is to have financial freedom and a better work-life balance. In order to stay ahead of the game -- and your bills -- you need to take certain measures to ensure that you have a…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on April 1, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments
When you’re trying to land a job, you want to stand out from the crowd. That’s often easier said than done, though. Not only is competition fierce for the best jobs, but most recruiters and hiring managers are adept at seeing through jobseekers antics — and can spot someone who is trying to pull one over on them from a mile away.
In other words, you aren’t fooling anyone when you describe yourself in bombastic terms like “guru” or…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on January 27, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Anyone who has started a new job has probably received an important document in his or her orientation or onboarding packet: The organizational chart.
Organizational charts reveal the overall structure of the company, showing who reports to who, who is responsible for what, and generally establishing the pecking order for the company. Usually, the owner or CEO is at the top, with some vice presidents or senior managers under him or her, midlevel managers under them, and so…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on December 9, 2014 at 11:08am — No Comments
Recruiting fairs are an effective way to meet many candidates for your open positions, scope out the competition for top talent, and network with other recruiters. As an exhibitor, you might think that you have an advantage at such events; after all, you aren’t the one trying to impress potential employers and land a new job.
Added by Rob Morgan on December 9, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
It feels like you have finally found the perfect employee: A well-rounded, relevant skill set, plenty of experience, and a personality and work ethic that appears to fit well within the team. You make the job offer, but from day one, something feels off. The new employee just doesn’t click with everyone else, and produces subpar work. Within a few months, you’re interviewing candidates for the position, yet again.…Continue
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