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4/9/2015

How to Make Your Business More Attractive to Gen Y Employees

Generation Y has been called many things: entitled, lazy, and perhaps unconventional. However, many businesses are realizing that not only does Gen Y work hard, oftentimes they become the best employees you could imagine.

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1/15/2014

The Pros and Cons of having Employees Work in Different Time Zones

Are your employees working in different time zones? Or are you considering hiring globally?  Read on for the pros and cons of working in different time zones.

 

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9/3/2012

Virtual Office Job Candidates Can Conduct Video Interviews

MENLO PARK, CA—If you are interviewing for a virtual office job, wouldn’t it make sense to do a video interview? Virtual office and traditional office job candidates alike are discovering that video interviews are in vogue.

In fact, 63 percent of human resource managers interviews in an OfficeTeam survey said their company often conducts employment interviews vi...

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4/7/2011

Survey: Office Kitchens Make Employees Happy

Bare cupboards and empty coffee pots are enough to make anybody frown.

Whether it’s food or drink, U.S. workers usually have to leave the office to fill their bellies. The downside: it hinders productivity.

So says a survey from Staples Advantage, the business-to-business division of Staples. The survey suggests that having a fully stocked kitchen, with food, coffee and amenities, can lead to more content and productive employee...

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3/15/2011

What Do You Believe About Your Career?

People talk about "belief" as this thing that only works for people who are successful. Ask these same successful people what they owe their success to and they'll start using words like positive thinking and affirmations. But people who struggle often articulate the success of others to "good luck" and their own struggles with "bad luck."

If those who are achieving great things in their careers keep using the same words over and over ag...

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