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The future of work is 'remote': How you can build a killer remote team

Think ”" communication, trust and company culture as three keys to building your team

Each year, more and more companies are choosing to leave the office behind and create a remote team. Trello and Github are just two examples of businesses, creating virtual offices that allow workers from all over the world to join.For an early-stage startup, a remote team ...

by Iman Jalali  | October 04, 2016 04:00:00
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17 ways to tell if your colleagues don’t like you (Infographic)

Steer clear of negatrons in the workplace

It’s important to get along with your co-workers. After all, you spend 40 or more hours of your week with them.And it’s no fun to bump heads with a colleague. Office drama can really take a toll on productivity. From not getting ...

by Rose Leadem  | September 29, 2016 06:00:00
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How to give your employees constructive feedback (Infographic)

Know what to do before and after speaking your mind

Giving feedback can be a daunting task, yet it’s one that every successful team leader or manager is expected to be experienced in. Without feedback, a team can struggle to grow and will often make the same mistakes over and over. But, when ...

by James McAllister  | September 27, 2016 06:00:00
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The easy way to boost your employees' well-being

Feeling appreciated at work directly relates to productivity and purpose

Do you feel appreciated at work?The 2015 Health and Well-Being Study recently released by O.C. Tanner revealed a number of truths about the relationship between feeling appreciated and well-being.The survey of 2,363 people from around the world found that the more people felt ...

by Rose Leadem  | September 21, 2016 09:00:00
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4 things you must know about millennial job hopping

Employers are failing to create work environments that support this generation’s unique needs

It’s no secret: millennials are job hoppers. A 2016 Jobvite survey of 2,305 Americans found that while only 18 percent of the total workforce changes jobs every one to three years, 42 percent of millennials do.That has made employee retention a nightmare for employers ...

by Greg Harris  | September 21, 2016 01:00:00
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Are you the office bully?

Be honest, now ”" your snobbish, eye-rolling tendencies may be a reflection of bully behavior

Last year, I was a guest on an NPR call-in talk show to discuss workplace etiquette. Most calls were about shaking hands, conducting meetings, asking for a raise, recovering from calling your boss by your wife's name (maybe that's just me). It was light and ...

by Ross McCammon  | September 19, 2016 07:00:00
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10 tricky job interview questions

Deal with the tricky by being true

According to a small business report, 50 percent of companies in 2016 say that hiring is the toughest challenge they face. With 50 percent of businesses hiring, this means your dream job awaits. Now, it's time to prepare for the interview questions that trip up ...

by John Rampton  | September 05, 2016 07:00:00
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9 people who never succeed at work

Increasing emphasis on social skills in the office don’t favor these personalities

Experience and knowledge are rapidly losing their relevance to success in the workplace. Harvard economist David Deming studied workplace tasks from 1980 to the present day and found that those that emphasize social skills grew by a whopping 24 percent, while tasks ...

by Travis Bradberry  | August 13, 2016 01:00:00
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How to deal with 15 tricky work situations

From the judgy co-worker to a bad romance

 It's happened to all of us. We find ourselves dealing with an irritant that makes us dread going to work, whether it’s a shouty boss, a judgmental co-worker or a mysterious lunch bandit. But never fear, Entrepreneur is here to help.We got some advice ...

by Nina Zipkin  | August 04, 2016 04:00:00
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When to delegate and when to micromanage

There’s a distinction between the two, and both have their places

Micromanaging has become a dirty word in the corporate world. It’s used by employees to describe overzealous managers, who don’t trust them to perform the simplest of tasks without constant intervention.Certainly, no one wants to work for a boss who allows them no ...

by Fan Bi  | August 01, 2016 05:00:00
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Getting the most out of human resource

Prople, Inc.’s CEO Ma. Alma Luz Borja states the benefits of HR outsourcing

Human resource is at the forefront of all enterprises, whether large- or small-scale, and any upgrade on technological tools when hiring, training, developing and retaining employees require the right mindset, software and skills. As infusion of technologies change the way companies do ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | July 23, 2016 01:00:00
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