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Because HR professionals work on a computer much of the day, Outlook is the workhorse that typically keeps their wheels moving. But what if you could add some power to those wheels? PC World recently published a list of downloads that can help “power up” your Outlook:
Are your PowerPoint presentations essentially a script, chock full of every single detail you intend to present? Or, at the other end of the spectrum, is your “deck” just a set of discussion prompts meant to guide the session, not inform it? Before creating a PowerPoint presentation you need to make two decisions:
Q. I want to set up some monthly dashboard reports where I have a template of multiple graphs and tables on one page. Can this be done with Pivot Tables?
We all know the “basics” when it comes to computers, right? Not necessarily. One person’s everyday shortcut may be another person’s “Cool! I didn’t know you could do that!” Try these nine keyboard and mouse tricks right now.
If your phone is infected with malware, everything is fair game to hackers. If you own an Android, you are 2.5 times more likely to encounter malware today than six months ago. There are three main areas where you might “pick up” a smartphone virus:
Human resources departments with small budgets can turn to a growing variety of free and low-cost mobile and web-based applications to increase efficiency and cut costs. Here’s a sampling of what’s available:
Achieving collaboration in Microsoft Word is possible using a few different methods. Depending on how familiar the collaborators are with “redlining,” some of these may work better than others.
Learn how to set up a time sheet, create drop-down lists and navigate anywhere in Microsoft Excel
How important is the Internet to younger workers’ lives? Very. For example, in a recent eye-opening study of college students and young professionals, one in three considers the Internet to be as important as air, water, food and shelter.
Online interviews are an increasingly popular option for employers, as video technology has become simpler and cheaper—essentially free with services like Skype. Follow these tips to successfully conduct video interviews while avoiding potential pitfalls: