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Four Tactics For A Proactive Mindset Against Security Threats In 2018

by Isaac Kohen, Forbes.com
January 8, 2018

Threats to our data security continue to multiply and, as a leader of your organization, it’s time to take a step back and think of your security tactics for 2018. It’s been said that breaches will become more common and frequent. Companies will continue to struggle for the best ways to protect company and customer data....[Click to read more]

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How to Attract Millennials to Your Startup

by Miranda Marquit, Business2community.com
January 8, 2018

We live in a world where it’s easier than ever to start a company. Thanks to technology, you can start and run a business from almost anywhere. You can even hire remote workers and grow your company without a brick and mortar headquarters. As you move forward, though, it’s important to know how to attract millennials...[Click to read more]

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Why Millennial Moms Are Seeing Accelerated Success Working From Home

by Christine Michel Carter, Forbes.com
January 7, 2018

n a recent study conducted by Remote.co of nearly 130 remote companies, they found businesses with large remote workforces have a higher percentage of women in leadership roles (including founders and CEOs) than traditional office-based companies. In fact, remote companies have almost four times as many women CEOs as S&P 500 companies.[Click to read more]

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If You Only Take One Management Concept From 2017, Make It Empathy

by Mark Murphy, Forbes.com
January 7, 2018

If 2017 taught us anything, it’s that first, empathy is essential to the smooth functioning of businesses and society, and that second, empathy was in shockingly short supply this year. Even setting aside political and social problems, think about all of the empathic failures that occurred in the business sector. How many customer service fails...[Click to read more]

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Why are unruly employees difficult to manage?

by Jay Raol, Thehrdigest.com
January 6, 2018

Managing unruly employees can be very difficult as a manager when more workers are not committed to official regulations. Sometimes, the situation continues to grow awful – when the devoted ones begin to join the bad gang to make your job more difficult. It’s usually a frustrating situation which should never be overlooked by business...[Click to read more]

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How To Avoid Employee Burnout While Rapidly Scaling

by Grayson Lafrenz, Forbes.com
January 5, 2018

Often, employee burnout is considered an individual problem rather than a larger organizational issue. While that may be the case in certain circumstances, leadership should continuously monitor the presence of burnout within their company and note trends. This is especially true during periods of rapid scaling as your team is asked to do more with...[Click to read more]

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How to spot toxic employees before you hire them

by Melody Wilding, Work.qz.com
January 5, 2018

When people on a team work well together, exemplifying positivity and a willingness to listen and grow, it’s like hitting a productivity jackpot. Some forward-thinking companies have even gone so far as to revamp their entire interview practices to put more emphasis on teams, recruiting groups over individual hires, precisely because people who work well on...[Click to read more]

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Put Your Foreign Language Skills to Use Working at Home for Amazon

by LISA MCGREEVY, Thepennyhoarder.com
January 5, 2018

If you speak fluent Japanese, Spanish or French and want to work from home, Amazon is delivering full-time customer service associate jobs to people in over 25 states. We tip our hat to Work at Home Mom Revolution for spotting these openings. The company is also filling over 180 remote jobs in a variety of categories, including sales, human resources and IT. Many are based...[Click to read more]

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