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It is said that people only use 10% of their brains. Are you only using 10% of your office technology? We’ll help you unlock the other 90%.
You don’t want your employees downloading porn, scanning job boards or playing solitaire on company-owned PCs while at work. So you write a policy requiring that workers access the Internet for business purposes only. You’re in the clear, right? Think again.
Stress flows from self-doubt. If you constantly question your skills or talents, you can wind up succumbing to your worries.
You’ve already told employees that office computers are the company’s property and they shouldn’t expect privacy when they send and receive e-mail.
Before the Internet Age, employees were at a distinct disadvantage when negotiating pay.
With the growing use of temps, part-timers, contractors and on-site consultants, your workplace may start to look like a public library.
When discussing complex issues or technical data, make sure your listeners can follow what you say.
Even the sturdiest keyboard can malfunction if liquid spills
into the base. Tell staffers to keep their coffee or cola far from their
If you use e-mail to communicate with employees, set the right example: Only send messages on safe, noncontroversial matters.
The problem often afflicts globe-trotting sales managers and account reps who rush from meeting to meeting. Solution: Give your employees the gift of cable.
Turn your team into amateur sleuths.