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#RedBranchWeekly: 5 Workplace Hacks That Impact Your Bottom Line

If we are being honest, there are a multitude of aspects that impact your bottom line in business. In this edition of #RedBranchWeekly, we give you 5 tips and insights that you should take into consideration. First, ClearCompany gives you seven questions to answer before you begin writing job descriptions. Then, iRevü provides common goal setting mistakes that you CANNOT afford to make. Keep reading for more hacks…

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Workplace HacksClearCompany: Before You Write Job Descriptions, Answer These Seven Questions

The best recruiters treat job seekers like their customers. Job descriptions are often the only advertising space you get for your position. Write a requisition that is too long, full of irrelevant information, or uninteresting and your potential candidates will move on. This is especially true of the best talent; they know they can be choosy. Keep reading…


Workplace HacksiRevü: The Biggest Goal-Setting Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

We harp on productivity numbers and calculate the ROI of employee programs with the hope that all the attention will result in better performance. What if the real stalemate was way earlier than that? What if performance was being stunted as soon as day one? Unfortunately, many leaders neglect to set goals with their workers which means that roadmap Thalassinos mentions either doesn’t exist or is rudimentary and unorganized. Take a look:


Workplace HacksTalent Tech Labs: The #1 Thing to Look for in a Startup Business Coach

We aren’t going to beat around the bush here. There’s no reason for flowery language. The truth is there are many business coaches on the market, and many probably have a knack for bringing out the best in their clients, but do they bring out the best in their client’s company? We’re willing to bet the root cause of finding and hiring a startup business coach boils down to the potential benefit it will have on your company. Read more…


Workplace HacksPeopleTicker: Navigating the Minimum Wage Changes in 2017

Recently, a few states, including Washington, Colorado, Arizona, and Maine, have approved measures to increase the minimum wage in their states (all going up to roughly $10 an hour). There is little talk about what exactly will happen at the federal level. However, if you happen to occupy one of these states, or in any that have new laws in the works, you may already notice changes being made. Keep reading…


Workplace HacksCyberGrants: Why Do Companies Give? What is the Value?

 There has been significant research over the years whether we humans are innately good or bad, cooperative or selfish. Recent research shows we are intuitively good by nature and want to cooperate, even if it means some personal loss.This is fantastic news and means there is hope for us humans! Take a look at THIS: