Richard Calvert August 5, 2020 “Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’. Barely getting by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’” Back in 1980 when Dolly Parton’s 9-to-5 hit the charts, employers could be hard task masters. Workers’ rights were pretty much non-existent and the concept of a work-life balance was … Continue reading The Great Return to Work: It’s Now a Case of Adapt or Die
JJ Tyson July 28, 2020 geralt / Pixabay Effective strategic partnerships are key for driving scalable growth and exceeding KPI targets within an affiliate program. The partnership between UpSellit and Advertise Purple, a leading Affiliate Marketing Agency, has helped numerous clients achieve greater success and thrive, even in uncertain times. To highlight the success of … Continue reading Case Study: Scale Your Affiliate Program with Targeted Incentives
Sam O’Brien July 17, 2020 When you work in user experience (UX) design, you’re focused on delivering useful, efficient products to users. There are a plethora of tasks and processes involved in doing so. Often, you handle those jobs on a kind of autopilot. They’re what you do, so you do them. That’s not much … Continue reading How to Create a Winning UX Case Study
Jomer Gregorio — May 19, 2020 Business Process Outsourcing companies allowed multiple businesses around the world to save up to 70% of their total workforce costs. BPO has become a critical business strategy for small, medium, and large enterprises since such firms can focus on their vital business activities while outsourcing non-core processes. The Outsourcing … Continue reading The Case for Outsourcing in 2020: Should You Prioritize It This Year? [Infographic]
Laura Spawn — April 13, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a new wave of U.S. remote work policies for employers who otherwise may not have considered them. Urged by recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and directives from state and local governments, some businesses have implemented emergency telework plans to honor social … Continue reading The Case for Keeping Remote Work Policies After COVID-19
Meredith Wholley — February 27, 2020 People Analytics and Talent Management are not new terms in the HR industry. Placing focus on strategic goals and data-driven methods helps study the processes, challenges, successes, and traits of the people at your organization. When dealing with human capital, making decisions based on analytics and data helps improve … Continue reading The Business Case for HR Software and People Analytics
Karl Sakas — January 31, 2020 Free-Photos / Pixabay When your situation changes significantly, do you typically stop to regroup… or keep going anyway? We often keep going: In psychology, this is known as plan-continuation bias, defined as “the tendency of people to continue with an original course of action that is no longer viable.” … Continue reading Got a Bad Case of ‘Get-There-itis’ at Your Agency?
Darleen DeRosa — December 18, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc Hiring the wrong candidate can set an organization back significantly in terms of time and money. Given the high stakes of the selection process, many companies have taken to using pre-employment assessments to provide more data on candidates in the hope that this information will allow them … Continue reading What is the Business Case for Selection Assessments?
Candice Harwood — July 31, 2019 — July 31, 2019 The other day, I was walking out and about. I had just gotten a sandwich for lunch, and I was contemplating all the awesome leads that were coming through my PPC accounts when I ran into an old friend and his dog. They were terrified … Continue reading The Case of the Missing Leads (Solved with Cross-Device Optimization!)
Jordan Edwards — July 26, 2019 — July 26, 2019 Business is an evolving process: fail quick, learn, and continue. The first bookkeeper we hired when we started our company wasn’t a senior accounting professional. He was fresh out of college and knew the basics, but he didn’t have much experience in the field; however, … Continue reading The Business Case for Prioritizing Fundamentals