Attracting talent to your company is no longer just a measure of benefits and salary. In today’s job market, employees are looking for something more.
They’re interested in flexible work conditions—not only in terms of when they can work, but where.
More and more, workers are souring on having to come into the office every day. That’s something smart employers have picked up on, instead offering the prospect of working from home using the internet and web communication tools. Continue reading
Contrary to popular belief, a company’s social media page isn’t just for self-promotion. On top of links to your own site, you should also mix in a healthy dose of third-party content: external articles, blogs or videos that are relevant to your business.
Beyond bringing your page fresh posts, sharing third-party links also lets you take a break from talking directly about your business. This helps avoid projecting a self-obsessed image; but more than that, it also lets you establish a more personal relationship with your followers, and show that your company understands new developments in your industry.
Still, it is possible to share unhelpful third-party content. So study these strategies to learn what links to look for, and which ones you should ditch. Continue reading
More and more, it seems that if you need to reach someone in a business context, you’re likely to do it over email.
And, if recent data on client choice are anything to go by, odds are good that you’re using Gmail to conduct communications. Continue reading
Sometimes, it’s not enough just to take notes during a call. Maybe you’re conducting an interview, or maybe you’re listening to highly specific project planning. Suffice to say there are cases where you want to know the exact
words said over the phone.
Obviously, the easy solution is call recording. In Wildix’s Collaboration, this feature is available with the push of a button. Continue reading
As discussed in a previous post
, stress in the workplace is no small concern. The fact that it doesn’t feel good is the least of its problems: beyond simple headaches, stress leads to a startlingly dire spectrum of physical
Worse, office stress is on the rise worldwide. According to Korn Ferry, in the span of 30 years employees have become 20% more stressed about their jobs. Similarly, the American Institute of Stress points to the combined topic of work issues as the leading cause of anxiety.
While fixing office stress will take definite effort, for now, you can at least keep yourself sane through the workday with these tips. Continue reading