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Everything Zen: Feng Shui for Your Workplace

Are job applicants saying things like this about your organization to their friends and family? Do you know what job applicants are saying about you? Do you know what your job application and hiring process say about you as an employer?

If you're thinking "Who cares, it's an employer's market," feel free to stop reading this and move on. This article isn't for you.

Globalization, new technology, cost-cutting and the need for increasingly specialized skill sets are changing the game. In recent years, more companies have started to hire remotely or to assemble teams of employees who work in different locations but are expected to collaborate on a single project.

Here are 10 tips and ideas for managing your virtual team.

No matter how you and your employees juggle your schedules, there are still only 24 hours in a day. Use these tips to make every moment of your company's work day count.

Want innovative employees, lower turnover and a healthier bottom line? Give your recruiting team some direction--by creating goals that support your business strategy:

Five Ways to Boost Temporary Employee Productivity

Making a list, checking it twice: what should (and shouldn't) be in your company's personnel files

25 Ways to Make Your Job Easier

When it comes to your employees, are you a good judge of character? Here are 10 ways to hone your ability to assess an individual's true nature.

Workplace conflict can be constructive--if you know how to channel it correctly.

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