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Sign your electronic documents in a few clicks with Hello Sign | Social Media Slant

Sign your electronic documents in a few clicks with Hello Sign | Social Media Slant | Admin Assistance | Scoop.it
HelloSign for Gmail from HelloSign on Vimeo. Hello Sign allows you to sign and send digital documents without the need for a printer and scanner.  This f
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Carlos Polaino Jiménez's curator insight, January 16, 2014 7:47 AM

Una ayuda fundamental para conseguir que lo digital sea lo cotidiano!

Muse Seymour's comment, January 16, 2014 1:40 PM
Have you used Hello Sign?
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Office Ergonomics – Jan ‘14 | Top of the List | Blog/News

Office Ergonomics – Jan ‘14 | Top of the List | Blog/News | Admin Assistance | Scoop.it
This weeks “Top-of-the-List” focuses on the best/recent articles about office ergonomics.

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David Johnson's curator insight, January 10, 2014 8:39 AM

While the Polar Vortex has made commuting more difficult, employees braved the cold weather and reported to work. Although the cold weather may be subsiding, employee aches and pains brought on by less than optimal *office ergonomics* persist.

 

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Office Etiquette – Jan ‘14 | Top of the List | Blog/News

Office Etiquette – Jan ‘14 | Top of the List | Blog/News | Admin Assistance | Scoop.it
The New Year is officially upon us. So it seems fitting that I dedicate the first 2014 “Top-of-the-List” column to office etiquette – good practices we can all add to our new year’s resolution list.

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David Johnson's curator insight, January 3, 2014 1:23 PM
Three worthy reads - the best office etiquette articles within the last 45 days.
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How the Founder of Buffer Tweets: The System and 5 types of Tweets to Keep your Followers Engaged - - The Buffer Blog

How the Founder of Buffer Tweets: The System and 5 types of Tweets to Keep your Followers Engaged - - The Buffer Blog | Admin Assistance | Scoop.it
Our CEO Joel recently changed the way he thinks about sharing on Twitter, and I really like his new approach. And if you just take a brief glance at his Twitter account, you’ll what an engaged following Joel was able to build over the past.

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, January 10, 2014 3:12 AM


Want to increase engagement on Twitter?


It’s a great question, because Twitter can sometimes feel like a tough nut to crack.


The answer is in Belle Beth Cooper’s article. She has spent quite some time observing Joel Gascoigne, the CEO of scheduling app Buffer, in action.


In this case study, she reveals the types of Tweets that Gascoigne posts, how he formats and optimizes them, and what he does to find the content he shares.


“His Tweets regularly even outperform the ones posted on the @buffer Twitter account, which, at around 162,000 have roughly 6-7 times the following of Joel’s at 25,000 followers.”


A must-read!



Christina's curator insight, January 10, 2014 7:13 AM

A fresh, simple and genius approach to tweeting. 

Chris Agro's curator insight, January 10, 2014 9:47 AM

I love Buffer. Not only a good solution but they have a great blog.

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The Open-Office Trap

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A growing body of evidence suggests that the open office undermines the very things that it was designed to achieve.

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so we''ll all be in little boxes........

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David Johnson's curator insight, January 9, 2014 4:35 PM

Though multitasking millennials seem to be more open to distraction as a workplace norm, the wholehearted embrace of open offices may be ingraining a cycle of underperformance in their generation: they enjoy, build, and proselytize for open offices, but may also suffer the most from them in the long run.