Employers are increasing employees’ options for managing when and where they work, while reducing some options that affect how much they work, according a new study by researchers at the Families and Work Institute.
Not satisfied with your Twitter results? The solution could be what you're not doing with Twitter. Jeff Haden, Inc., offers eight apps that might help you take Twitter to the next level.
Reference checking should be part of every company's hiring process. Due to fear of lawsuits, though, many former employers may be reluctant to provide much information about candidates you're considering. Here are various techniques to use to elicit this important information from them.
The key to working smarter is learning shortcuts. PC World recently asked several tech experts to share a few of their productivity secrets. Here are some of the best culled from the list.
Shuffling candidates between one-on-one interviews with different managers is time consuming and can produce assessments that are vastly different or inaccurate. That’s why more businesses are including panel interviews as a tool in their hiring belts.
You’ve probably heard the one about Gen Y’ers wanting—and expecting—constant feedback. Two things to know about that generational myth: First, it’s not exactly true. Second, if you accept it at face value, it could get in the way of good intergenerational relationships.