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Why 11am on Monday will be your most productive moment all week

by Theguardian.com
December 11, 2017

Name: 11am Monday. Time: Um, 11am Monday. Location: The office. OK, so we’ve clarified that 11am on Monday exists. But you’re wrong. It doesn’t just exist. It thrives. It’s a caffeinated donkey kick of a time. It’s the golden hour. It really isn’t. You don’t tell someone that they have “a bad case of the Mondays” if they look like they...[Click to read more]

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How Empowering Your Employees Helps Improve Business

by Natalie Lambert, Huffingtonpost.com
December 11, 2017

Employee engagement is the holy grail of today’s workplace. Everybody wants to get it right, but most struggle with where to start. More than 70 percent of executives realize employee engagement is key to organizational success, resulting in 22 percent higher productivity and more than twice as much annual net income. Companies spend more than $750 million a year in attempts to boost...[Click to read more]

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How to strike a balance between security and business productivity

by Amit Jaju, Livemint.com
December 11, 2017

The primary purpose of information technology (IT) is to make the enterprise employees productive and competent at their jobs, using newer and improved technologies. But on their journey to become digitally advanced, these companies are increasingly becoming vulnerable to cyber-attacks and data breaches, amplifying the need for enterprise-wide security. The prime purpose of IT security...[Click to read more]

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10 ways to combat the devastating, productivity-killers of mental health crisis and substance abuse

by Benjamin P. Hardy, Huffingtonpost.com
December 9, 2017

Every society and every life comes with one or two “elephants in the room” to politely tiptoe around. Some of these are so diplomatically disguised as to be completely invisible—especially to insiders. Few of them, though, are either weightier or better-ignored than the elephant of mental health epidemics that quietly sweep through many modern cultures,...[Click to read more]

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Managing Time is Critical if You’re An Entrepreneur

by Eyal Lifshitz, Business2community.com
December 9, 2017

You run your own business and have total control over your schedule. But here’s the catch: because you’re the boss, managing your time actually becomes even more challenging and critical. Making sure you spend your time wisely is important in any career. But it’s even harder and crucial for an entrepreneur. In many ways, time...[Click to read more]

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7 Risks To Avoid In Your Business People Management

by Martin Zwilling, Huffingtonpost.com
December 9, 2017

Even after many years mentoring entrepreneurs and advising businesses, I continue to be surprised by the primary focus on products and processes, and the often incidental attention to hiring and nurturing the right people. Employees are still too often thought of as a commodity, to be acquired “just in time” for the lowest cost, and...[Click to read more]

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Companies help remote workers satisfy their wanderlust while keeping their job

by Sarah Hauer, Jsonline.com
December 8, 2017

Jackie Boylhart had classroom burnout when an email landed in her inbox last spring. The proposal: Travel to Peru and work remotely. We’ll help you, the message said. “I let it sit in my inbox,” Boylhart said. She had planned to spend just two years teaching in Houston through Teach For America and then start...[Click to read more]

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This Canadian Company Wants To Hire You To Work From Home In Montreal

by Miranda Cipolla, Mtlblog.com
December 8, 2017

Friends, let’s be real with each other for just a minute. If someone told you you could work from home – and get paid! – what would you say? Don’t even lie, we all know you’d say yes. Who among us would refuse such a glorious offer? Staying home. Working. Doing something we enjoy. Honestly, it sounds like a dream...[Click to read more]

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Millennial Employees: How Much They Make, Where They Work, What They Do and What That Means for Your Business

by Frank Fiorille, Entrepreneur.com
December 8, 2017

Though millennials have only been the largest generational employee group since 2016, employers and HR professionals have spent years working to understand their workplace needs and what makes them want to join and stay with a company. Aside from examining their habits in the workplace, one way to better grasp what drives millennial employees is evaluating their...[Click to read more]

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