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10 Things Professional Services Can Do Sep 12

You know your business like nobody else. But for some jobs, you need an expert or a team of them. That's what Professional Services firms provide. Maybe you’re planning a project that’s outside the capabilities of your in-house IT department. Or maybe you need project management or design experts to lead or complement an already talented team. …

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Need Employees Now? Think About Independent Contractors Sep 12

Temporary workers can fill gaps quickly. Sourced well, they're not in the same league as yesterday's unskilled temps. Non-employee workers can bring a surprising level of talent to the table. In fact, many people who are top in their field are shifting to contractor status to better manage their own careers. According to research by Edelman Berland, 34 percent of American workers are freelancers and 60 percent made the jump by choice. …

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Should You Hire a Revolving Door Employee? Sometimes, They're a Great Investment Sep 12

Employees come and go. Sometimes they come back again. Revolving door or “boomerang” employees might sound like a frustration on the surface. After all, if they were terminated or left your company voluntarily, why should they want to come back? For that matter, why would you want them to?…

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How to Attract and Keep Engineers When the Trends are Working Against You Sep 12

With so much media attention on fun, attractive, high-profile companies, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that many engineers don’t go to work in a hip, trendy office. Engineering work can, sometimes, be grubby, considering the diversity of engineering careers. Or it might take place in a grubby environment where the furniture doesn’t match and the closest thing to a coffee bar is the fast food joint around the corner. …

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Entry Level Engineers or Experienced: Which Costs More to Hire? Sep 12

Are you sourcing more experienced engineers than entry-level employees? If so, you’re not alone. Skills can be taught; experience is gained over time. Entry-level workers require a costly training commitment. The higher salaries of experienced engineers might be offset, at least in part, by their ability to hit the ground running.…

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How to Build a Better Employee Engagement Survey Sep 12

Employee engagement isn't just good for retention. It's also good for business. The more employees say and the more that you listen, the better equipped you’ll be to handle attrition before it has a chance to take root. …

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Here's Why Remote Desktop Session Host May Trump VDI Aug 23

Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) has been the main way companies accomplish virtualization for many years, but in the mid-2000s, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) gained users because of the increased customization possible with its functioning.…

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How HR Can Help Cultivate a Bully-Free Workplace Aug 23

It’s difficult to pin down what workplace bullying really is. Generally, it’s not as overt as kids ganging up on a smaller one in school. But it can be just as damaging. The person being bullied suffers, but so do co-workers and the whole business. Productivity can take a nosedive.…

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Developing a Software Implementation Checklist that Works Aug 17

First, you identify the need. Then the real work begins. A new software implementation is a multi-stage process that involves finding the right vendor, software buildouts, configuration, testing and ultimately going live. Because new software affects different departments within your company as well as your customers or clients, developing a plan on the front end helps keep the project under control with fewer hiccups and quicker problem resolutions along the way. …

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Top 4 Myths About Cloud Computing Aug 14

Cloud computing sounds so futuristic, doesn’t it? It might also seem risky and too immature to trust with your business. But what if we told you that you’ve probably been using the cloud for years? That’s right, if you use web-based email, you use the public cloud. The same applies to social media. …

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