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Self-Defeating Behaviors of Job Candidates

The majority of employees feel they have "just a job" instead of a career, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder, and many actually hate what they do. So it's not surprising that many of these workers are looking for a new employer. And, perhaps in a fit of desperation, a few have used the following bizarre tactics in an effort to stand out from the crowd. Clearly, job seekers should... Read More >

 
 

How Best-in-Class Companies Treat Employees

The majority of C-level executives reported that, though improving, the skills gap is still very real, and many said their organization is willing to pay above market averages for salaries and will also provide a broad range of benefits, according to a recent survey from Adecco USA. The resulting report, "Best-in-Class Workforce Management Insights: Engaging Employees in an Ever-Changing... Read More >

 
 

ITSM Professionals Are Bracing for a Rocky Road

IT service management employees believe that their company's ITSM practices aren't keeping up with the pace of technology and business changes, according to a recent survey from ManageEngine. The resulting "IT Service Management Future Readiness" report indicates that ITSM's lack of full involvement with their organization's DevOps' activities and ambitions is contributing to the issue.... Read More >

 
 

The Cloud's Effect on Evolving IT Staffing Needs

The impact of the cloud on IT staffing has become clear: As workloads move to offsite infrastructures, hiring for lower-level IT positions is slowing, while the demand for skills in areas such as analytics, the cloud and security is on the rise. This finding from Computer Economics' recent study, "IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2017/2018," illustrates the evolving makeup of the typical IT... Read More >

 
 

How Top Performers Get the Right Things Done

While it may sound like a bit of a cliché, the most productive and effective employees don't necessarily work brutal hours. They're just good at working smarter, not harder, according to a recent survey from VitalSmarts. The survey distinguishes employees who are considered skilled at "Getting Things Done (GTD)," which was the subject of the book, Getting Things Done: The Art of... Read More >

 
 
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