How to Prepare for the Rising Prominence of Working RemotelyPosted 02/15/2019 by
The number of U.S. employees who work remotely is on the rise, largely due to advancements and improvements in unified communications (UC) systems. In fact, a 2016 Gallup survey found 43% of respondents worked from home at least once in the last year, and the U.S. Employee Workforce report cited a 115% increase since 2005 in the number of workers who worked from home at least half of the time. So, why the rise in popularity? It turns out that the ability to work remotely benefits not only employees, but the company, too. That’s why having a discussion with your partners about the implications of working remotely represents an investment in their business and in their human capital.
How to Talk to Your Customers About When to UpgradePosted 12/15/2018 by
As technology advances at an exponential rate, it is easier than ever for businesses to fall behind on the technology needed to operate efficiently and effectively. From faster communication to vastly improved security, newer technology can lead to higher returns, increased productivity, and peace of mind. It’s crucial that resellers have regular discussions about upgrades with their customers. These conversations should be rooted in understanding their business objectives so that you can ensure your customers have the most innovative, up-to-date technologies in place to most effectively run, grow and scale their business.
How to Increase your Hiring Potential in the Millennial MarketPosted 06/02/2018 by
Selling your home in a buyer’s market is something homeowners dread. The competitive offers at full price are replaced by the sinking feelings of less-than-asking price and ponying up cash for incentives you weren’t expecting. This same level of uncertainty can also be true for employers looking to hire and retain top talent in a job-candidate’s market. At the time of this writing, the unemployment level is hovering around 4 percent. While this is excellent news from the once-frightening 10 percent days of 2009, this lower number poses a challenge for employers hoping to recruit the best and brightest.