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Work Remote - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Tips For Managing Remote Employees Across Multiple Locations

Αccording to the Global Workplace Analytics, 50% of the global workforce engage in telecommuting and 80-90% of all employees desire to work remote on a full time or part-time basis. With the millennials making up a significant part of the workforce, working from home seems to be the most effective way of luring this job group into attractive positions.

More companies have adopted the practice over the last five or so years, citing that employees are more productive and can attain a healthy work-life balance. Additionally, employees are more loyal to their company and more willing to work overtime. The practice requires managers to use effective monitoring strategies that ensure workers remain as productive if they commuted to the traditional office. Managers face different challenges when managing remote employees.

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Fear of Phone Conversations at Work
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

If you have the Fear of Phone Conversations at Work, You can Overcome it Now!

I had something close to a heart-to-heart talk (phone conversation) with someone in the past and I’ll never forget what this person told me. He said: “Everyone has their own struggles no matter how trivial it may appear.”

And quite honestly, I felt this soothing calmness in my nerves.

For one, I was very relaxed to know that he actually appreciated that I might be going through my own storms even if it’s not worth anything to him, depending on what his life encounters have been and what he sees as a challenge or not.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

What Turns Your Customers Off In Store?

Foot-fall is hard enough to maintain and grow without customers walking out before they reach the checkout. And if your customer numbers continue to decline, your entire business might be in jeopardy.

Before you blame the rise of online shopping for your problems, consider some other issues that might be turning customers off. Let’s face it – it doesn’t take much to make a person leave a store they really don’t like.

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Relaxation

5 Movies/ Drama Series every Worker should Watch

By now you know that I love watching movies. It just has this energy it gives me. I also enjoy reading a good book but I haven’t read any in a while. I intend to create more time to read more books anyway, but for now, I read articles online. I should read a book pretty much soon! Any ideas on a good book? Please let me know in the comment section.

I enjoy indoor activities, especially with the present weather. I love outdoor activities as well, but it’s just complicated like I wrote in a post about my confusion on being an introvert or extrovert.

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Employee's Workplace

6 Behaviours Co-workers use to Judge your Personality

From the first day you start your job, colleagues start looking out for behaviours, qualities, and possible patterns.

Quite frankly, from the interview you had before you got the job, your interviewer most likely looked out for traits to know if you were the right fit. If your behaviours matched that of the company culture at that preliminary stage, it may become one of the factors that determine if you would be selected or not.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

How to Improve Talent in the Workplace

No doubt, I love human resources and I derive so much joy from writing articles through my experience and things I have encountered or noticed over time.

If you are a young entrepreneur, business owner; small or mid-sized, in the management group, or a fresh recruiter looking out for ways to expand and grow your business, then this post is for you.

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Employee's Workplace

Help!!! HR isn’t on my Side

Hello! How has October been so far? Turning out well, I suppose. Thanksgiving was celebrated over the weekend in Canada and yesterday was a public holiday as well. The Americans celebrate it in November. According to one of my professors, the Canadians thought to move up the celebrations to October when the weather is much more favorable and also to prevent the celebrations from clashing with Remembrance day celebrated in November.

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