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10 Ways Technology Can Increase Workplace Productivity

“How to be more productive” is arguably one of the most searched topics online among modern-day employees. More complex and fluid roles and increasing workloads are prompting employees throughout various industries to constantly look for productivity hacks. However, the responsibility for increasing productivity should weigh more heavily on managers and business owners, and not the employees. The tricky part is that every workplace is so different; offering clear and consistent behavioral changes, processes, and systems to increase productivity can be difficult.

Oct 1

Our 9 Favorite Moments of TINYcon 2018

On September 12th, hundreds from the TINYpulse community and a world-class slate of speakers joined us at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront. The view of Elliott Bay across the street was stunning, the lineup of speakers was amazing, and the sheer conference energy was electrifying. It's what makes TINYcon the most exciting time of year. If you weren't able to make it to TINYcon 2018, or just want to relive the best moments, here's a recap of our third, biggest, and best conference to date.

Sep 27

The Actual Cost of Employee Attrition

An organization is only as good as its employees. It may have state of the art buildings, equipment, vehicles, and a large budget, but if it has low quality employees it can be difficult to compete effectively. These days, innovation is the name of the game, particularly in technology-based businesses. Innovation depends entirely on people. Behemoths like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple are so successful not just because of technology, but also because of people.

10 Leadership Qualities to Look for When Hiring a Manager

Managers have the power to make or break their organizations. While great leaders encourage their employees to reach their full potential and help their organizations surpass their goals, terrible dictators discourage workers to the point they want to jump ship. And many of them do. According to the Wall Street Journal, nearly half of employees who leave jobs do so to get away from their bosses. Since you don’t want to lose your best employees, it's critical that you do everything you can to ensure you fill managerial positions with the right people in the first place. As you go about your search for a new manager, keep in mind that great ones usually possess these 10 leadership qualities.  

How Change Management Creates Challenges - and Opportunities

Mergers and acquisitions can be an exciting change for companies, as these opportunities can create innovative growth at almost every level of an organization if executed properly. But change is difficult - especially change management.

Sep 11

How do you know if your employees are happy with your vacation policy?

Vacation policies have changed quite a bit over the years. Employers have experimented with unlimited vacation, interchangeable paid-time-off (PTO) and sick days, and the traditional method of accrued PTO days with a set number of sick days. However, the Society for Human Resource Management still reports that about a third of employees don’t take earned vacation time due to fears of getting behind on work, feeling like they do not have adequate coverage for their time away, and wanting to show dedication to their employer. Each vacation policy has its advantages and disadvantages but the best indicator of how your employees feel about your policy is, well, how they feel about it. Even so, it can be challenging to get a pulse on your employees’ true thoughts on vacation and time off policies due to the fear that vacation is comparable to slacking off or not working hard enough. Indeed discovered that 57% of Americans didn’t take time off due to “work culture” and 59% of individuals ended up working during their time off.