Video Collaboration at Work

What do you know about “Distributed Workforce”? It’s all about workers on a mobile office or also known under the term “free agents”. This presentation explains the big role that video plays in collaboration and productivity throughout the distributed workforce.

Persuasion Skills at Work

This all about how to market yourself to your future boss. Persuasion is power, but don’t worry if you feel you don’t have the skills to promote yourself as the perfect fit and land a job. The following tips are quite simple to follow even for the most diffident candidate.

Employee Fraud Statistics

Employee fraud and theft consists a vital setback for the operations and development of a business or organization. According to the statistics presented here, employee dishonesty and snaffling costs a total of $2.9 trillion in global scale losses per year.

Workplace of Tomorrow

Can you imagine how the workplace will look like in the near future? Technologies that once upon a time were considered fictional, are now available or in the making. Transparency, sustainability and hospitality will be the 3 major pillars for office setting.

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Background Checks 101

Our past talks about ourselves. Background checks are a common method of accrediting decency, integrity and solvency of either an individual, company or organization. However, there’s a thin line between investigation and privacy violation. Get to know the basics behind background checking.

American Workaholics

Most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else according to the data presented here. It is estimated that American workaholics are occupied about one month more per year now than they did 40 years ago. Does that ring true with you?

Sitting and You

Can our sitting posture tell things about our personality ? Guys from “” compiled this humorous infographic in an effort to decipher 10 sitter types and reveal some of their distinct traits. Which type of sitter are you and your co-workers?

Social Media at Workplace

Can we freely and openly combine our persona on social media networks with our professional life and goals? Businesses are still toddling in terms of how they should take on social media usage by their current and future employees and moreover how they can restrain negative sentiment rising from their social references and actions. Let’s see the facts.

Job Stress Costs

Studies show that job stress kills both creativity and mental ability in problem solving and that adds up to billion of dollars loss for businesses annually. See what measures can be taken both from individuals and companies in order to eliminate stress effects and receive common benefits.

Employees Back to School

What makes even more employees of the Generation X and down demographic to return to college? Is this incidental or a trend? Would an improvement of educational background bring in the expected results in career boosting and salary? Read the data.

Social Recruiting Statistics

The advent of social media networks has radically change the way businesses – that is recruiters – pick their job candidates from the crowd, putting traditional methods such as bill posts and local papers on the back seat. Get to know the new face of recruiting.

Job Interview Questions and Intentions

Ranging from “What animal are you like” to “Where do you see yourself in five years”, job interview questions are asked for a reason. Here you see a collection of 19 typical interview questions a recruiter makes to reveal the real “you”.

Work Injury Hidden Costs

Lost wages, lost productivity, uncertainty for the future are some of the issues both employers and employees are met with after a severe work injury incident. However, the vast majority doesn’t realize the true costs associated with someone getting hurt while working. Here is you get an interesting look at what type of employees face the most danger in the field and the financial impact of getting injured has on an employee.

Bad Hire Statistics

This infographic gives you a rundown of the costs of a bad hire both for high and low paid jobs as well as some of the hidden costs involved. Some of the common costs examined here are productivity loss, training, HR, Interviewing and employment Ads cost.

Resume Padding Statistics

We all fudge the facts sometimes; from how big the fish we caught was to how old we are. Fudging the facts on a resume is one of the most common ways people stretch the truth with the view to get the job. However, before you stretch the truth, consider that many employers are starting to spend more time looking, esearching, and reviewing resumes. Check this infographig for more information on resume padding.

Workplace Health and Wellness

Workplace stress is reportedly connected with a number of employees’ mental health issues, resulting in notable cost for employers due to productivity or work hour loss. This infographic refers to the essentials of making office a better place to work and live.

Breaks at Work

There is strong evidence that regular breaks of 6 minutes help employees to boost productivity and control stress and tension. Instead of clogging your brain and body in times you are feeling overwhelmed, try to bring some inward peace. Find 6 ways to spend a break.

Salary Negotiation Tips

It’s time we talk about money. Your money! Do you find yourself kind of restrained or weak whenever you think of negotiating a raise? This infographic from GradSchoolHub came to learn you how to do it!

Workplace Complaints

Is everything fine at work ? Are you seeking the missing employee complaint box? According to this report by eJ4, 1 in 3 employees have something to declare about their superintendent. Guess what.

Job Interview Questions and Answers

A job interview might sound intimidating especially when it’s the crossroad for heading to your dream job and paving a sheer career path. Find a list of 35 common and devious questions a recruiter would ask you along with some tips. Get prepared to win!


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