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6 Ways Healthy Office Competition Builds Teams and Improves Productivity

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
August 3, 2018

Competition within companies is a controversial topic. Some argue it increases output, while others say it creates a negative, cutthroat culture. Both arguments are valid, but there’s not a single right answer. Certain businesses create a cutthroat culture and promote it, while others emphasize teamwork through competition. A collaborative approach has the benefits of competition without the...[Click to read more]

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Is it time to rejoin the workforce? A stay-at-home mom’s guide

by Rose Kennedy, Ajc.com
August 3, 2018

First kid or third, six-week leave or seven-year stay-at-home mom gig, there’s no simple answer. The question? “When is it right to return to the workforce?” “You’d always planned to return to work, but with your restart date only weeks away, you’re dreading leaving your baby,” noted American Baby’s Marguerite Lamb in Parents. “Should you stay home?...[Click to read more]

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6 Ways Healthy Office Competition Builds Teams and Improves Productivity

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
August 3, 2018

Competition within companies is a controversial topic. Some argue it increases output, while others say it creates a negative, cutthroat culture. Both arguments are valid, but there’s not a single right answer. Certain businesses create a cutthroat culture and promote it, while others emphasize teamwork through competition. A collaborative approach has the benefits of competition without the...[Click to read more]

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How To Offer A Competitive Compensation And Benefits Package To Remote Freelancers

by Peter Daisyme, Forbes.com
August 3, 2018

Startups want the best talent but can’t often pay for the compensation and benefits that these workers look for. For a while, the incentive to work remotely was appealing enough to many freelancers and developers who enjoyed the freedom and flexibility it offered. However, when it comes to sick days or vacation, they have to...[Click to read more]

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5 ways new managers can protect themselves from burning out

by CHRISTIAN KINNEAR, Fastcompany.com
August 3, 2018

Your company just promoted you, and you’re a newly minted manager. After a well-deserved celebration and many congratulatory messages, you come face-to-face with one harsh truth that comes with your new role–the lack of empty time slots in your calendar. In my experience, new managers tend to make one crucial mistake–trying to do it all. They...[Click to read more]

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Why Selecting Talent Should Be A Group Effort

by Amy Sept, Business2community.com
August 2, 2018

Hiring a freelancer based on a gut feeling often doesn’t end well, but hiring freelance talent can be a challenge, especially if your company doesn’t have tried-and-true processes in place. The solution? Make your next talent search a group effort. Getting help with your search can be particularly valuable if you’re sourcing freelancers with skills...[Click to read more]

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