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How to tell if a potential job will let you have a life

by Michelle Goodman, Seattletimes.com
July 10, 2018

Nobody starts a job hunt hoping to land a position that regularly requires 60-hour workweeks. Unfortunately most companies that disregard work-life balance don’t publicize this information. So it’s up to job seekers to weed them out. If you’re interviewing for a new position, here’s how to determine whether the employer in question recognizes the importance...[Click to read more]

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What Employees Really Want At Work

by Alan Kohll, Forbes.com
July 10, 2018

Throughout the years, employees’ desires and demands have evolved, and it can be challenging for companies to keep up. Employers are bombarded with a wide range of trendy tips for keeping different generations of workers happy. But when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent, employers need to understand what employees really want from a company....[Click to read more]

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Relocation vs. Remote Worker: Which Is Best for Top Marketing Talent?

by Bob Van Rossum, Business2community.com
July 10, 2018

There’s been an uprising trend in the virtual workforce across all industries and organizations of all shapes and sizes. In the U.S. alone, nearly four million professionals work from home at least half of the time. As the top marketing recruitment firm, we’ve placed a number of marketing professionals where location did not matter. You’re vying for...[Click to read more]

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Why Today’s Work Climate Sucks And What We Can Do About It

by Megan Groves, Forbes.com
July 10, 2018

Work today kind of sucks. I’ve had the opportunity to mentor and advise founders, C-teams and employees at hundreds of companies. It’s through these on-the-ground experiences that I’ve come to my conclusion about what’s wrong with work today. The way we’ve been trained to think about productivity and efficiency doesn’t lead to real satisfaction. It...[Click to read more]

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Trying Freelancers for the First Time? 5 Easy Projects to Get Started

by Brenda Do, Business2community.com
July 10, 2018

It’s a relief to know freelancers, independent contractors (ICs), and other contingent workers are available to help you get more done. But if you’re new to working with remote contractors, you may have questions about how to get started. A good way to start is by picking a small project that has very little risk if...[Click to read more]

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How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Project Manager?

by Carey Wodehouse, Business2community.com
July 10, 2018

Project managers are critical to complex business processes. They can help improve workflows, save money and time, keep deliverables on track, and coordinate teams around the globe. Whether they’re guiding products for a mobile app development company, an advertising agency, or a tech company with distributed development teams, project managers can take a lot of...[Click to read more]

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IDENTIFYING THE TRAITS OF HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYEES

by Anna Verasai, Thehrdigest.com
July 9, 2018

Amongst your employees are people of different commitment to the growth of your firm. Some are highly productive employees, while some are not. But sometimes it’s not easy to identify the traits of highly productive employees. Between both classes of employees, there are outstanding set of skills that separate them. The set of skills to...[Click to read more]

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Seven Things To Look For In A Secure Work-At-Home Customer Care Provider

by Christopher Rogers, Forbes.com
July 9, 2018

The virtual workforce is no longer a concept of the future or a growing trend: It’s a reality right now. Companies that are looking to deliver the highest level of customer care must be able to recruit the best talent without being restricted to one geographic location, which makes security a top concern. However, technology...[Click to read more]

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