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9 Ways to Boost Productivity That Will Make You a Great Teammate

by Rashan Dixon, Entrepreneur.com
September 25, 2018

Employee performance is a growing concern for business owners, and many of them are taking unique measures to keep their employees happy and productive. One New Zealand firm known as Perpetual Guardian recently shifted its employees to a four-day workweek instead of five, finding that its team members became far less stressed while producing the same amount...[Click to read more]

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9 Ways to Boost Productivity That Will Make You a Great Teammate

by Rashan Dixon, Entrepreneur.com
September 25, 2018

Employee performance is a growing concern for business owners, and many of them are taking unique measures to keep their employees happy and productive. One New Zealand firm known as Perpetual Guardian recently shifted its employees to a four-day workweek instead of five, finding that its team members became far less stressed while producing the same amount...[Click to read more]

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LACKING THIS PERSONALITY TRAIT CAN MAKE WORKING FROM HOME *MORE* STRESSFUL THAN THE OFFICE

by TEHRENE FIRMAN, Wellandgood.com
September 24, 2018

Sometimes getting a peaceful reprieve from your office grind by way of working from home seems like a dream come true: You get to hang with your pup, bypass the communal microwave line in favor of whipping up a healthy lunch in your own kitchen, and wear whatever hygge getup you want—whether that’s athleisure, pajamas, or a burrito...[Click to read more]

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This personality type shouldn’t work from home, according to science

by Juna Xu, Bodyandsoul.com.au
September 24, 2018

Working from home sounds like a dream come true, however a new study has shown some personality types actually end up more stressed out when they work remotely. Published in the European Journal of Work and Organisational Psychology, researchers surveyed 403 working adults to measure their autonomy (level of independence),emotional stability, and strain (exhaustion, disengagement, and dissatisfaction).[Click to read more]

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Are Hard Skills Or Soft Skills More Important To Be An Effective Leader?

by Naz Beheshti, Forbes.com
September 24, 2018

LinkedIn has more access than just about anyone to data about a) the skillsets of today’s top talent and b) the skillsets companies are seeking. There is a mismatch between the two that LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner calls a significant skills gap. “Somewhat surprisingly,” Weiner says in an interview with CNBC, “interpersonal skills is where we’re seeing...[Click to read more]

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The Cost of Hiring a New Employee Could be as Much as $7,645 Per Recruit, Report Says

by Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead, Smallbiztrends.com
September 24, 2018

Did you know the cost of hiring a new employee can be as much as $7,645? In his exploration of the costs associated with hiring and training new recruits, Amr Ibrahim, CEO of ULTATEL, a telecom solutions provider, cites an Industrial Distribution report titled ‘Distribution Hiring Process: The $7,645 Letter’. The report claims that in...[Click to read more]

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Work from home is not for everyone, people with low stress levels are best suited for it

by Asian News International, Hindustantimes.com
September 23, 2018

People with high emotional stability and autonomy are best suited for remote work opportunities. A new Baylor University study examined the impact of remote work on employee well-being and offered several strategies to help managers provide remote work opportunities that are valuable to the employee and the company.[Click to read more]


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