Category: Advice for HR Professionals

 

The Benefits for Remote Workers of Returning to a Physical Office

The Benefits for Remote Workers of Returning to a Physical Office
There’s little doubt remote operations have been a useful tool over the past year or so. The COVID-19 pandemic meant drastic changes were needed to make sure staff and customers alike were kept safe from exposure. Gathering everyone in a single space wasn’t practical. As such, without the option for staff to work from home, [...] Read More

How to Hire an E-commerce Developer: A Guide

How to Hire an E-commerce Developer: A Guide

You can hire an e-commerce developer with the right skills and expertise to help build the website of your dreams. If hiring the right person for such a crucial job is proving to be a pain, this infographic will give you a few tips on finding an e-commerce developer who is a perfect fit for your company.

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Supporting Visually Impaired Employees Who Are Working Remotely

Supporting Visually Impaired Employees Who Are Working Remotely
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and factors such as low overhead costs when working with distributed teams, professionals are embracing a remote working culture.  While working online seems convenient, it may come with a few technical and personal challenges for different types of employees.  Enter visually impaired remote workers!  If you are an organization that [...] Read More

How to Make Your Employee Benefits Program More Accessible

How to Make Your Employee Benefits Program More Accessible
As a human resources (HR) professional, your job is filled with responsibilities. A key aspect of these is designing and maintaining the employee benefits program. No matter the size of the business, the efforts you make to establish and communicate benefits for staff can make a positive difference. This applies to both their day-to-day jobs [...] Read More

Virtual Interviews: Body Language Signs Recruiters Should Not Miss

Virtual Interviews: Body Language Signs Recruiters Should Not Miss
The study of body language is not an exact science. Nevertheless, recruiters that familiarize themselves with the art of nonverbal communication will have a decisive advantage in identifying the best possible candidates. It goes further than just detecting the honesty of an applicant. Accurately reading an interviewee’s body language can help you detect character traits [...] Read More