Why you should not mandate employees to check email after work hours

Why you should not mandate employees to check email after work hours Avatar Posted by devan under Management
From http://www.enmast.com 866 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on May 14, 2014 8:22 pm
Devan thinks it's wrong for employees to require that employees check their work email after 5pm and on weekends. So does France and Germany. Here's why. (Do you agree or disagree?) Read More
Finally, Twitter has rolled out the "mute" feature where you can mute a particular user. The feature is introduced on the website and also on the Android and iOS apps.
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What Are Your Limits on Instagram? - Jenn's Trends

What Are Your Limits on Instagram? - Jenn's Trends Avatar Posted by jennherman31 under Social Media
From http://jennstrends.com 865 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on May 14, 2014 8:21 pm
You might not be aware of some (or any) of the limits Instagram actually imposes on its site. For a variety of reasons, Instagram caps numerous functions on their site. And to make sure you don’t get stuck unexpectedly, I’ve put together a list of all the limits on Instagram. Read More
Franchising really works.

One reason has to do with franchise branding. A really powerful franchise brand can transform an average franchise business into a serious powerhouse. What specific franchises do you think of when asked a questions…any question, about “a franchise?” Examples s Read More

5 Paths to Better Job Descriptions

5 Paths to Better Job Descriptions Avatar Posted by DigiTechBlog under Human Resources
From http://recruiterbox.com 865 days ago
Made Hot by: profmarketing on May 14, 2014 7:51 pm
Your job descriptions should really be treated like marketing copy. They have to be informative, dynamic and easy to find, all while attracting the right people. It’s not easy to craft the perfect job description, but here are 5 tips that can certainly help! Read More
“A mistake I made early on was thinking that our employees had the same thought processes and learning tactics that I did. Explaining something, walking away and expecting them to execute the task as I saw it in my head proved unrealistic. Now, I ask employees to tell me what the end result will be Read More

3 Important Career Lessons I Learned From Indiana Jones

3 Important Career Lessons I Learned From Indiana Jones Avatar Posted by AmyJordan under Employee Benefits
From http://www.good.co 865 days ago
Made Hot by: profmarketing on May 14, 2014 7:50 pm
Indiana Jones was the coolest archaeologist that ever lived. When I was a kid I had no idea what an archaeologist was or what they did, but I knew that if they had the opportunity to travel and save the world from ancient evils, I wanted to be one. Read More
I am going to show you a quick “trick” that takes 5 minutes every two weeks and has converted my newsletter sign ups at 42%.

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Screening applicants properly to ensure that they are fit for the job and for the work environment is part of your duty as a manager. However, asking them common questions that sometimes only result in cliché and rehearsed answers is not enough. You need to ask them questions that will examine even Read More
During the process of credit repair, small business owners may still need to obtain financing. Here is advice on how to manage this delicate situation. Read More

Give millennials a reason to stay - The benefits that can help you retain young talent

Job-changing is fast and furious in the early years of millennials’ careers: Young adults born in the early ‘80s …
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Ryan Donegan @ryanpdonegan Rocks Digital Marketing Possibilities

From the beginning of his career creating marketing for local station WBRZ-TV in his native South Louisiana, Ryan … More
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