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10 calendar management tips to better schedule your time at work
A few simple calendar management and time scheduling tips can help increase your productivity at work. Find out how to master effective calendar management skills with our ten top tips.
Calendar etiquette: how to use a calendar at work
Your calendar is a handy tool to organise your time effectively. Follow these calendar etiquette tips on how to use a calendar to ensure you and your team make the most of it.
Unlimited Vacation Policy: Does it Work?
An unlimited vacation policy may sound great on paper, but will it make your employees more productive? Find out if unlimited paid time off is the future of work or just a temporary trend.
A complete guide to workforce planning
In very simple terms, workforce planning is a process to ensure your organisation has the right talent to achieve long term goals. What's the best way to plan this and what are the advantages?
Organisational structures – the lateral approach
Sharing is caring, so why not enable your team members to learn from each other and share their knowledge? Learn more about Lateral organisational structures and their advantages with this article.
Improving productivity in the new working environment
Being productive in the home office is a matter of concentration! With a bunch of useful tips, we show you how to make your team's ability to focus their best tool and how that can affect improving productivity in remote work.
The art of employee onboarding
First impressions aren’t the only thing that counts when it comes to new hires, employee onboarding is much more important and goes on for a much longer time than we used to assume.
Hierarchical vs. lateral leadership — which one is better?
Lateral leadership ensures encounters at eye level, while hierarchical leadership relies on classic authority. But which of the two works better? JOIN reveals the answer.
Remote work vs. hybrid work
What is better: letting employees work entirely remote or rather in a hybrid work model? And where are the differences? After all, both working models involve remote structures. Find out what speaks in favour of each model.