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4 Ways to Get New Employees Off on the Right Foot

4 Ways to Get New Employees Off on the Right Foot | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it
Make the most of a new hire's first weeks with these tips to make them feel productive and welcome.Get the latest blog articles on business ideas and...
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Young Job Seekers Prefer Working at Startups [STUDY]

Young Job Seekers Prefer Working at Startups [STUDY] | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it
Young job seekers today would rather work for startups than big corporate companies, a new study suggests.
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Why Your Office Should Have a Nap Room

Why Your Office Should Have a Nap Room | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it
Sleeping at work can actually be a good thing. Naps decrease drowsiness, increase alertness and benefit your overall health.
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Office Chit-Chat Biggest Time Waster at Work - ABC News (blog)

Office Chit-Chat Biggest Time Waster at Work - ABC News (blog) | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it

In the TrackVia sponsored survey of 300 people, 14 percent said that gabbing at the water cooler was the largest time waster at the office.The time lost dealing with software and computer problems came in second at 11 percent. Only 5 percent of the survey participants blamed Facebook, Twitter, or other social media accounts for wasting time at work.

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5 Ways to Reward Employees When Raises Aren't an Option

5 Ways to Reward Employees When Raises Aren't an Option | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it
In these tough economic times, raises and bonus pay for deserving employees may be out of the question. Here are some alternative ways to keep your team...
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Your Attitude is Key to Your Job Search

Your Attitude is Key to Your Job Search | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it

You can’t control when someone is going to call you back, or if the person liked you, or what the economy is going to do, but you can control your attitude and how you conduct yourself throughout the process.


 


The job search process inherently comes with ups and downs — moments of excitement and anticipation blended with feeling defeated and beaten down. It’s crucial that job seekers keep the negativity of the process from affecting their attitudes

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Building Company Culture: To Make it Work, It's Gotta Start at the Top

Building Company Culture: To Make it Work, It's Gotta Start at the Top | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it
Out of everything I read on a daily basis, interviews with CEOs tend to be among my favorites. Case-in-point: this recent SmartBrief interview with John Taft, CEO of RBC Wealth Management, in which he focused solely on the ...
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12 Tasks That Killer Employees Always Finish Before Noon

12 Tasks That Killer Employees Always Finish Before Noon | Working In The Corporate Office | Scoop.it

Take note of the tasks these high functioning, productive, and more awake employees have completed before lunch:

1. They make a work to-do list the day before

2. They get a full night's rest

3. They avoid hitting snooze

4. They exercise

5. They practie a morning ritual

6. They eat breakfast

7. They arrive at the office on time

8. They check in with their boss and/or employees

9. They tackle the big projects first

10. They avoid morning meetings

11. They allot time for following up on messages

12. They take a mid-morning break

The best employees will respect their employe's time, and the worst-performing employees will find a way to waste time even if the company forbids personal internet use.

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