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Five Myths or Misconceptions About Working From Home

Working remotely or from home is nothing new, however, there are some aspects that can make  some employers wary if not a little confused about the setup When bringing up the concept of “working from home”, what often comes to mind for many is an employee lazing about all day in their pajamas and comfortably lying on their bed or sofa with their laptop as they “work”. Ask anyone who actually does work from home, and they will admit how they often get comments about how lucky they are to have an

How to Better Conduct Your Job Interviews Online

Working remotely will seemingly be the norm for many for a while, and as current employees do their jobs at home, the ones you recruit will likely have to be interviewed from there as well As technology and communication continued to advance in recent years, there had also been an increasing number of people working remotely. Among the many benefits of being able to work from almost anywhere is the time saved from not having to make a commute to or from the office as well as the expenses, emplo

Challenges Your (Newly) Remote Workers Will Likely Be Facing

Fulfilling jobs at home instead of the office is the new world of work, and the following are some challenges many are likely facing In response to the uncertainty coming from the Covid-19 pandemic, schools, private businesses, and public institutions all over the world have had to have their employees fulfill their work at home. While this not quite a new concept, it was mostly applicable to certain jobs and job-levels and not quite the standard-operating-procedure being applied because of our

How Employers Can Celebrate International Women’s Month 2020

While International Women’s Day had passed (and was on a Sunday) there’s still the rest of the month to appreciate the women at the workplace Considering that many of us spend about 40 hours or more a week at work, it is as good as a given how some of the colleagues we spend this time with are also significant parts of our lives. This includes the women at work who, whether you are one of them or not, deserve to be commended for their continued contributions to the company and how well they wor

Five Myths or Misconceptions About Working From Home

Working remotely or from home is nothing new, however, there are some aspects that can make  some employers wary if not a little confused about the setup When bringing up the concept of “working from home”, what often comes to mind for many is an employee lazing about all day in their pajamas and comfortably lying on their bed or sofa with their laptop as they “work”. Ask anyone who actually does work from home, and they will admit how they often get comments about how lucky they are to have an

How to Better Conduct Your Job Interviews Online

Working remotely will seemingly be the norm for many for a while, and as current employees do their jobs at home, the ones you recruit will likely have to be interviewed from there as well As technology and communication continued to advance in recent years, there had also been an increasing number of people working remotely. Among the many benefits of being able to work from almost anywhere is the time saved from not having to make a commute to or from the office as well as the expenses, emplo

Challenges Your (Newly) Remote Workers Will Likely Be Facing

Fulfilling jobs at home instead of the office is the new world of work, and the following are some challenges many are likely facing In response to the uncertainty coming from the Covid-19 pandemic, schools, private businesses, and public institutions all over the world have had to have their employees fulfill their work at home. While this not quite a new concept, it was mostly applicable to certain jobs and job-levels and not quite the standard-operating-procedure being applied because of our

How Employers Can Celebrate International Women’s Month 2020

While International Women’s Day had passed (and was on a Sunday) there’s still the rest of the month to appreciate the women at the workplace Considering that many of us spend about 40 hours or more a week at work, it is as good as a given how some of the colleagues we spend this time with are also significant parts of our lives. This includes the women at work who, whether you are one of them or not, deserve to be commended for their continued contributions to the company and how well they wor

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