Category: Infographics

 

7 Resume Alternatives You Should Use in Your Recruitment Process

7 Resume Alternatives You Should Use in Your Recruitment Process

Résumés have long been a useful tool in the recruitment process, requiring a considerable amount of discernment as you sift through mounds of paper to find the most qualified applicant for the job. Despite this tried and tested method, résumés should not be the only tool you should use to help you in your recruitment […]

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Flex Time: The Facts and Benefits

Flex Time: The Facts and Benefits

Think about your job: What’s the one thing that you’d like to change? Maybe it’s something small, like a different office (and maybe a window). Maybe it’s something big, like a promotion. Or maybe it’s a benefit, such as more sick time—or even flex time…

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The Most Awesome Things About Working From Home

The Most Awesome Things About Working From Home

Many of us around the world are becoming more attracted to the idea of working from home, and rightfully so when you consider the plethora of benefits – Just ask the 5% who are actually willing to break up with their spouse just to be able to work from home! 82% of telecommuters reported lower stress levels when working from home, which in turn has correlated to a 69% decrease in absenteeism – just one example of how a better working lifestyle can…

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The Importance of Social Learning Integration in the Workplace [Infographic]

The Importance of Social Learning Integration in the Workplace [Infographic]

How often do you say to yourself, ‘I learn something new everyday’ after picking up enlightening information you haven’t known before from one of your conversations with coworkers at the office? Learning is a continuous process, and this happens even if you are not aware of it. You are bound to discover new things in […]

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Appeal to Millennials With These Money-Saving Work Perks

Appeal to Millennials With These Money-Saving Work Perks

The unemployment rate is low, labor shortages have emerged in many areas, and skilled workers are in high demand. Employers can’t afford to neglect millennials, the largest living generation in the U.S. With more than 75 million members, millennials (who currently range in age between 17 and 37) are expected to be the workforce’s largest generation by 2020…

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A Guide to Ensuring the Success of Your Offshore Projects

A Guide to Ensuring the Success of Your Offshore Projects

Companies nowadays turn to offshoring in the Philippines to maximize the use of their business dollars, and why not? You know that your product and services are only as good as the people who create them. And more often, the best talents can be found outside your home country. There are many advantages to hiring […]

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Millennials vs Generation Z: How Do They Achieve Success in the Workplace?

Millennials vs Generation Z: How Do They Achieve Success in the Workplace?

The 21st century saw old and newer generations co-populating the workforce, with those in the retirement age of 60 choosing to extend their working years until they’re in their 70s. HBR describes it as a social phenomenon where five generations – traditionalists, baby boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z – are seen to be […]

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