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Quick, where did your last 5 hired come from? How are you using that info in your current searches?

The Future of Work: Quantified Employees, Pop-Up Workplaces, And More Telepresence
BY ARIEL SCHWARTZ, fastcoexist.com
Take a look at the ways we can make our offices friendlier, healthier, and more efficient.For many peo­ple, espe­cial­ly those work­ing at desk jobs, the work­place is very dif­fer­ent than it was 20 years ago: there’s a com­put­er at every des…

The Future of Work: Quantified Employees, Pop-Up Workplaces, And More Telepresence
BY ARIEL SCHWARTZ, fastcoexist.com

Take a look at the ways we can make our offices friendlier, healthier, and more efficient.

For many peo­ple, espe­cial­ly those work­ing at desk jobs, the work­place is very dif­fer­ent than it was 20 years ago: there’s a com­put­er at every des…

fastcompany:

Here are 6 Things That Really Productive People Do from inc.com
1. Pick your priorities.

“Focus on spending time that for you is fun and productive.”

2. Go for efficiency. 

“Don’t take on something with a steep learning curve if you don’t have the available bandwidth.”

3. Integrate your activities.

“Many people go crazy trying to figure out how to spend time with friends, family, work, play, etc.  Stop trying to balance time between them all. Find ways to enjoy them in a combined manner.”

4. Actively manage time-wasters.

“Budget your time for necessary activities. Make a choice to limit non-supportive interactions that don’t energize you.”

5. Be an active learner.

“…there are always new tools and new ways of doing things that can save you time on mundane tasks freeing you up for your priorities. Always be looking for a new way to gain back an hour here or there.”

6. Lighten up.

“Celebrate progress and keep refining toward a happy productive existence… Every completion is a small victory that adds up in a big way.”

Productivity is a big topic for Fast Company, we even made an entire issue about it.
What are your tips for productivity? How are you being productive today?
[Post: M.Cecelia Bittner]

fastcompany:

Here are 6 Things That Really Productive People Do from inc.com

1. Pick your priorities.

Focus on spending time that for you is fun and productive.”

2. Go for efficiency. 

“Don’t take on something with a steep learning curve if you don’t have the available bandwidth.”

3. Integrate your activities.

“Many people go crazy trying to figure out how to spend time with friends, family, work, play, etc.  Stop trying to balance time between them all. Find ways to enjoy them in a combined manner.”

4. Actively manage time-wasters.

“Budget your time for necessary activities. Make a choice to limit non-supportive interactions that don’t energize you.”

5. Be an active learner.

“…there are always new tools and new ways of doing things that can save you time on mundane tasks freeing you up for your priorities. Always be looking for a new way to gain back an hour here or there.”

6. Lighten up.

“Celebrate progress and keep refining toward a happy productive existence… Every completion is a small victory that adds up in a big way.”

Productivity is a big topic for Fast Company, we even made an entire issue about it.

What are your tips for productivity? How are you being productive today?

[Post: M.Cecelia Bittner]

INFOGRAPHIC: How Julius Caesar Invented Employee Referralstheundercoverrecruiter.com
From lead­ers Julius Cae­sar to smart HR depart­ments, there has always been a need for recruit­ment. Our friends at Zartis have had a look at how employ­ee refer­rals came about (the Roman legion), when head­hunt­ing got pop­u­lar in Bor­neo, how…

INFOGRAPHIC: How Julius Caesar Invented Employee Referrals
theundercoverrecruiter.com

From lead­ers Julius Cae­sar to smart HR depart­ments, there has always been a need for recruit­ment. Our friends at Zartis have had a look at how employ­ee refer­rals came about (the Roman legion), when head­hunt­ing got pop­u­lar in Bor­neo, how…

(Source: meganq, via thenextweb)

3 Great LinkedIn Tips For Recruiting Passive Talent

For those recruiters amongst you who are looking more intensely at ways to attract the 79% of business professionals who are passive candidates, the following interview data from LinkedIn should make for interesting reading…

WHY DO YOUR EMPLOYEES REALLY QUIT?

Ever wonder why your employees reallllllllly quit? A study of nearly 20,000 job quitters reveals some rather intriguing facts.

The Data

The myth: 89% of employers believe that employees leave because of money.  The reality: 88% of employees leave because of things other than money. According to the study, here are the top ten reasons employees quit…

Bullhorn Reach Blog | Social Recruiting: Is This the Future of Recruitment in a Social Media-Dominated World?

bullhornreach:

By Ian Knowlson

Have you considered what the future of the recruitment world may look like five years hence? Well it’s interesting and the permutations are endless but here however is one view you may wish to consider (all companies are fictitious or perhaps not).

December 2017 –…

Tech Startups Turn to Office Designs as Recruiting Tool. Douglas MacMillan

startupheadhunter:

A startup’s work space must not only be functional, but exude culture and personality. It needs to promote collaboration; entice remote workers; and support late night work sessions. Startup recruiting is about vision. Your office needs to fit your vision.  

(Source: startupheadhunter)