- Smarten Up Your LinkedIn Profile – 9 Quick Ways
- How Volunteering Can Help You Get a Job?
- WHAT MAKES A GREAT WORKPLACE?
- Employee OR Independent Contractor: Know the Difference
- Top 8 Recruiting Trends for 2014
- Is EQ More Important than IQ at Workplace?
- Oops – You made a workplace mistake! Here’s how you should tackle it!
- Interviewing ‘Offbeat’ Candidates - Pitfalls to Avoid
- 7 Quick Ways to Manage Introverts at Work
- Why a Multi-generational Team Is Better For The Growth of Your Organization?
- Press Releases
- Client News
- Human Resources
- Hiring & Recruiting
- Job Opportunities
Good times or bad, we all need to take time to laugh and learn.
Email Happenings@Go2Dynamic.com and tell us your story. Check
here for regular updates!
- Can you believe they said that…
- Tell us about your experiences…
- Employee standouts
- Other resources
With professionals checking your updates and information multiple times in a day, it becomes imperative to keep your profile above 80% complete and leverage it to set the right impression on viewers. Here are a few tips to help you hone your LinkedIn profile.
Ever thought of volunteering at your neighborhood church, giving a helping hand to the local NGO, making a contribution to the homeless shelter, or being a part of a fund-raiser? If you didn’t, here are a few good reasons why you should consider it. Not only does it build good karma, but can also add value to your job profile.
The renowned Great Place to Work® Institute recently unveiled a list of Fortune 100 Best Places to Work For in 2014. Have you ever wondered “What makes a workplace truly great?” This is an intriguing question for both employees and employers. We tried to identify some elements that are common to the best workplaces. Take a quick look!
Is your worker a Contractor or an Employee?
You are not the only one having a hard time drawing a line between the two. As per Department of Labor, 3 in 10 employers misclassify their workers. The confusion arises primarily because the definitions are not clear-cut and vary from one tax jurisdiction to another. But if you do not classify it right, you might become liable to increased tax liability and heavy fine and penalties, and complex legal ramifications.
The human capital industry is going through an immense transformation. Innovations are being introduced at an unprecedented pace dismantling the old formulas. It’s an exciting time for the recruitment industry. Here are some trends and predictions expected to drive the industry in the year 2014.
John, a software engineer, was considered as one of the most employable professionals at his workplace. Many of his co-workers used to call him the next big thing. Owing to his consistent performance, he was promoted to a managerial position very recently. Just a week after the promotion, he got into a minor argument with one of the subordinates over an error in the final report. But no one expected what happened next. He lost his cool (when he could have controlled it) and sent an emotionally charged and rather offensive email, copying the entire team, including the senior managers. He did not apologize for his actions and received a demotion.
Jackie was gossiping online with her colleague about her boss. To her amazement, she mistakenly copied her boss in the recipient list, courtesy auto-fill function. Big or small, we all make mistakes. Making a mistake at work doesn’t mean you should throw yourself into a tail spin of embarrassment and self-blaming. After all, to err is human – yes at the moment you look well…. Not so great. No matter what mistake did you make and how bad you think it is, there are things you can do to make it a little less painful. Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts when you make an embarrassing workplace mistake.
There are a few common mistakes most of the interviewers make while interviewing nerds, geeks, techies and introverts. We all know, this bandwagon makes for the most productive fraction of the workforce.
You must be an expert by now, but if you really want a candidate with a difference you have to resist giving in to cliché formulas. Use unconventional wisdom. Here are 4 recruitment formulas, which can go a long way to help you make the right hiring decisions, always!
The question of managing introverts at work is inevitable, primarily because introverts are not some aliens spotted rarely, riding in and out of their flying saucers.They form a significant portion of society. Statistically speaking, you are likely to stumble upon 1 introvert in every 4 people you meet. So even if you are not an introvert yourself, you knowingly or unknowingly are dealing with one, all the time, as your spouse, boss, friend or colleague.
If you have a multi-functional workplace, consider building a team that is diverse in experience, age, sexual orientation, location, race, religion and language. The variety of skill sets, personality traits and experience of a diverse workforce will help you sustain stability and stimulate innovation in your organization.