Tips, tricks and industry information for video conferencing users, remote workers and small to medium-sized businesses.
In business, communication is used to make sales and build relationships, collaborate on projects, provide customer support, and much, much more. Did you know that body language makes up 55% of your communication? Whether you are meeting face to face or using video conferencing, keep these 5 tips in mind for better body language while communicating face to face.
In 2013, already six in ten HR managers were using video to interview potential job candidates. In fact, more than 85% of hiring managers and recruiters agreed the video interview process saved them time and money. As you can see, we aren't the only ones that love video interviews. Here are a few reasons why you should love them too!
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There is no right way to use video conferencing; the key is you need to use it to be successful. If you are investing the time and money to introduce video conferencing within your organization, you want to be sure it is doing more than just collecting dust in the cloud. We believe you should ask these four simple questions before choosing any video conferencing service provider.
We are a company that talks about working remotely pretty often. It's part of our sales pitch, part of our employee incentive package, and something we value as a solution that keeps companies competitive and cutting edge. According to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com, among the non-self-employed, the regular work-at-home population grew by 103 percent since 2005. But is it all rainbows and slippers in the remote work world? To answer that question, we share the disadvantages of teleworking and ways to combat the dark side of remote work.
Does it ever feel like you sit down at your desk at 8:00 am to start your day and the next time you look at the clock it's already 5:00 pm? Between meetings, emails, and doing daily tasks, the day is gone in a blink of an eye. Some days I leave the office feeling like I just conquered the day and others I feel leaving like I just traveled in time and got nothing done. What is it that makes these days so different? No matter the day there is always the same amount of time, that I can say for sure, but it is how effective I am in that time that makes the difference. Here are simple productivity tips you can start doing today to help you do more in less time.
There is no doubt that video conferencing can help companies work more efficiently and save money. Something I love about working in this industry is that there is no one way to use video conferencing, allowing customers to benefit in many different ways. As your HR department prepares for the New Year and a new wave of hires in Q1, now is a great time to start thinking how video conferencing can improve your team's day to day operations and attract new talent. We'll explore six ways that your Human Resources department can benefit from using easy-to-use video conferencing services.