With the world shifting towards a millennial workforce, it’s important for businesses to understand and adapt to the ‘millennial mindset’ and why Virtual Careers are beneficial to this generation. Here are our top four reasons why millennials should consider a remote job.
There’s no denying that the quality of our hires greatly affects our businesses. Recruiting the best-suited staff for your company contributes a lot to your company’s results. But when we get the wrong people into the wrong roles, we can experience some problems – sometimes even major ones.
The millennial population is overtaking today’s workforce. About 38% of today’s professionals are millennials. A lot has been said about the Millennial or Generation Y workforce, but not all of them are true. Hence, there is a lot of misunderstanding around millennials and how to work best with them.
There is so much wonder in technology today. One of the many benefits is the expansion of our potential workforce. Now your company can hire professionals from any part of the world and have them work virtually. Unlike before, we now have the capacity to work with the best people no matter where they’re from.
Hiring and working with virtual assistants is becoming a popular option for many companies today. But, there are some challenges that can arise when working with a remote team. There are, however, ways to overcome challenges and strategies that you can implement to manage your remote team effectively.
Any successful organisation knows how important it is to build a productive work environment. We try to find ways to make our offices more conducive to heads-down and focused work. But what if the best way to make an office more productive is to take out the office all together? There has been a steady … Continue reading 6 Facts that Prove that Virtual Employees are More Productive →
As business owners and leaders, our desire is always to see our teams operate at their absolute best. We want them to be productive, doing work that builds the business up. Moreover, we also want them to find meaning in their work and to be happy about the things that they do as well.
There’s a lot about YouTube that intimidates many business owners. Videos can be too technical and video ads are just as confusing. Further, Facebook and Twitter are less intricate to a business owner who’s already too busy with sales, managing staff and crunching numbers
Team interaction and communication is the lifeblood of your company’s dynamics. If you want projects in your organisation to move forward, you need to be on top of your team’s communications efforts. When we have physical office spaces, this can be as simple as calling everyone in to discuss projects.