3 Strategies to Manage Your Time and Maximize Your Results
Article by Karima Mariama-Arthur
Time is a nonnegotiable, nonrenewable resource. Somehow, we all seem to forget this, especially when we become overwhelmed.
However, if you learn to remove distractions and prioritize important tasks, you can do more with your time — and live a much happier life, too.
Consider this: Do you proactively engage in your day or simply fall into various activities? With so many pressing concerns on …
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The Age of Free Address: How to Make a Flexible Office Space Work for Your Employees
The definition of what constitutes a “workspace” is changing quickly. Assigned offices and cubicles were long the norm, but today’s workers have a lot more choice in how they use their office spaces.
These rapid shifts in workplace design have also provoked a lot of discussion about the pros and cons of moving away from traditional workplace arrangements. There’s one thing we know for sure: Our work environments have major …
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13 Common Hiring Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Welcome to Recruiter QA, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers!
Today’s Question: What is a common mistake companies make during the hiring process? What are some specific things they can do to correct or avoid this misstep?
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Research Says You Might Be Scared of New Recruiting Trends and Tools
Companies thrive on innovation — not only to ensure their products and services are on the cutting edge, but also to attract top talent. Job seekers are drawn to companies that use the latest technology trends and tools because they know these employers will give them the resources they need to do their best work.
Yet when it comes to recruiting technology, companies are often reluctant to change. A
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Going for the Gold (or Platinum): 3 High-Performing Recruiters Share Their Secrets to Success
Recruiting isn’t for the faint of heart — especially not in the current economic climate. Unemployment rates are at historic lows and job openings are at a historic high, a deadly combination for recruiting pros. How do you put the right candidate in the right seat when talent is so scarce and the openings are …
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Turning Interns Into New Hires: 7 Key Tips That Work
It is getting more challenging to engage great intern talent, so it is important for companies to put their best feet forward during the entire process. Although an employer is the one who technically interviews (and hires) the student for their internship, savvy young learners will also be examining the organization during the duration of their assignment. “Could this really be my home after graduation for years to come?” an intern continually wonders.
Delivering on what matters most to each individual …
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The Outplacement Primer: Where, Why, and How Companies Are Using Outplacement
If you’re unfamiliar with the term “outplacement,” you probably know it by one of its other names, like “career transition assistance,” “offboarding support,” or “redeployment.” The monikers are various but the service is ultimately the same: helping employees find new jobs or career paths, typically after a layoff or termination.
In the age of unhappy ex-employees leaving scathing reviews on Glassdoor and social media platforms, more companies are choosing to offer …
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What You Really Want: How to Test-Drive Your Passion
When I was growing up, the world wasn’t as rife with career advice as it is today. Back then, it really amounted to this: Get a job! So I did.
Actually, I got two jobs. If making some money was good, making more was better, right?
In the past few decades, we have been hit with an avalanche of career how-tos. It’s an exciting development, but it can be difficult to …
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Back-Office Jobs Are Disappearing Fast — But What Will Replace Them?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fastest-disappearing office jobs in the US include typists (projected to decline by 33.1 percent by 2026), computer operators (22.8 percent), and data-entry keyers (21.2 percent).
As automation takes over many common office functions, demand for jobs like administrative assistants, office machine operators, and mail sorters is also expected to decline sharply.
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Connecting People: Why Coworking Spaces Appeal to Modern Workers
The days of cubicles are numbered. They’re quickly being replaced by a more modern floor plan — the coworking space.
You’ve probably heard about the rise of coworking spaces. Perhaps you harbor a fondness for them. Those of you who think coworking spaces are nothing more than a flashy, overrated fad, think again. These open work environments have benefits that transcend their perceived cool factor.
Why Coworking Spaces Attract Talent
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