Articles tagged with business trends

6 Overlooked Advantages of Millennials in the Workplace

There are plenty of commonly held beliefs about millennials that, while maybe anchored by a sliver of truth, tend to overgeneralize and make broad conclusions based on those facts. Join us as we hear from experts and dive into research studies to dissect the facts and falsehoods about millennials in the workforce.

Hiring Trends: How Online Recruitment Is Changing HR

The rise in online recruitment may seem easier for recruiters on the outside, but has it actually simplified their jobs? We talked to real human resources professionals on how this surge in online recruitment is changing their jobs and how they find the best candidates in today’s digital world.

What Is a Business Technologist? Discovering the Digital Future

Enterprising job seekers are stepping up to fit the combo of business and technology skill sets in demand. If that intersection interests you, or if you’re asking, “What is a business technologist?” then keep reading! This exciting career could be exactly what you are looking for.

15 Human Resources Blogs All Serious HR Professionals Should Know

Don’t let new policies, trends with software and political debates involving HR catch you by surprise. Human resources blogs are an excellent way to keep yourself informed and entertained as you navigate the industry. We compiled this list of human resources-related blogs to help you find a few new bookmark-worthy sites to check regularly.

What is E-commerce? An Inside Look at What Happens BEFORE You Buy

Have you ever wondered what all goes into a successful e-commerce site? The truth is an entire team of digital marketing professionals are employing a host of strategies to not only get customers to their website, but also actually making purchases. Learn more about how it works.

Become a Better Manager by Mastering the Art of Constructive Criticism

People always seem to say they appreciate honest feedback. If you’ve ever given someone constructive criticism, you know how tricky those conversations can be. And when you become a manager, the way you navigate that difficulty can have big consequences for your team or even your entire company. That’s why it’s so important to offer criticism the right way.