Tag: "productivity"

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As IT jobs go Offshore, Talent should move to Big Data Analytics

As IT jobs go Offshore, Talent should move to Big Data Analytics

Offshoring Will Kill 1.5 Million IT Jobs by 2017 Approximately 1.5 million IT jobs will be eliminated by offshoring and productivity improvements, according to the Hackett Group. And those jobs are not coming back. Approximately 1.5 million IT jobs — about half of the number that existed in North America and Europe in 2002 — […]

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ObamaCare Reduces Productivity

ObamaCare Reduces Productivity – 3/28/13

ObamaCare = less accountability, reduced care A recent op-ed in The Wall Street Journal warns that ObamaCare will bring an end to doctor-owned, private medical practice. The opinion writer, who is a practicing physician, also reports he found the application for health insurance under ObamaCare to be so complicated that even he couldn’t fill out […]

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Employee Monitoring Survey

Employee Monitoring Survey – 12/30/12

This is Your Wakeup Call on Employee Privacy With social networking and other electronic communications making employees’ actions and attitudes more visible than ever to employers, it’s clear that a big change in the relationship between work and private life is well underway. Yet little research has been undertaken to understand organizations’ use of that […]

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Part Time VS Full Time Employees

Part Time vs. Full Time Employees – Pros & Cons – 12/23/12

The workforce structure debate of 2013: part time vs. full time As 2012 draws to a close and we begin looking toward 2013, there’s one theme already bubbling to the surface: limited-service restaurants (LSR) will be evaluating their workforce structures next year. Every healthy business looks at their staffing approach from time to time, but […]

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Hiring / Firing News 6/17/12

Manage absenteeism to boost customer service and productivity EVERY job is important, and every employee doing a job is important to your organization success whether you are in the private, SOE or public sector. We cannot simply dismiss absenteeism with the catch-phrase “no work, no pay” – the “savings” of not paying someone who is […]