Today’s employment market is a harsh one. With increasing running costs and consumers rushing to find the lowest prices, many businesses are taking the tough choice to reduce their workforce – putting many skilled and long-serving employees out of work and with few prospects for new employment.
Taking the leap and becoming a freelancer is a no easy decision, but it’s one that more and more people are choosing to make. Some estimates state that by 2020, over 50% of the US workforce will be self-employed. This indicates a seismic shift from traditional office work with set hours, to a style of business that allows for greater flexibility, autonomy, and a career on your own terms.
Are you struggling with software adoption? No wonder! Most companies that are adopting new digital tools have the same problem. Why is it, and how can you create smoother software adoption at your enterprise?
Did you know that you are probably overspending on your organization’s digital transformation? Instead, you could spend less and get more. Here’s what you need to know about the cost of digital transformation.
Wondering how you can find IT software that works for your needs? The thing is: Most companies end up working with brand name IT solutions. So, what are the advantages and disadvantages of brand name IT software? Let’s find out.
At your university, you probably have thousands of alumni who you want to be able to keep in touch with and keep engaged. However, well over 90% of graduates change their contact information within the first two years after graduation. You risk losing out on several valuable connections and a thriving alumni network.
Want to get more visibility for your company? But you know how it is… You don’t have the social media follower counts to get more social media engagement. And anyway, most of them are irrelevant contacts.