Posts Tagged ‘Office’

Hiring a New Generation

Monday, August 30th, 2010

An important aspect when creating a business is building the foundations that will make it function. While some companies still feel that experience triumphs over an individual who is new to the field and willing to learn, it’s becoming a more common occurrence that companies are hiring younger employees. The process has become easier to navigate due to the advancement of college website job postings which are able to provide a company with hundreds of eager candidates with a single posting. Not only is this process simple and free but it reaches a broader audience of candidates who are eager to work and learn for a more budget friendly cost. Some businesses fail to realize that hiring in an individual whose attending college may have stumbled upon a diamond in the rough who is destined to be successful later on in life. The idea of having an individual from a new generation also brings about fresh ideas as well as a new skill set that could possibly benefit your company. With the latest advancements in technology it is common to see young adults typing at high speeds and being able to multitask when working in an office environment. A business also wants individuals who make up its foundations to be fully capable of growing alongside it and who are committed to its overall welfare. With hiring in a younger applicant it’s important to realize that it is an investment and also an opportunity to have a future employee who can handle the company

Mobile Phones in the Professional Service Industry

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Businesswoman using smart phone

Today it’s hard to imagine not being on the computer for more than a couple of hours, but it’s even more of an impossibility to not have the use of your mobile phone for even a few minutes. With advancing technology and sleek new designs smart-phones have found a way to nestle themselves into a very crucial portion of our lives. Along with being able to text and surf the internet at blazing speeds we can also have the same amenities that come with being in the office. With new smart-phones an individual can check their e-mail, pay their bills, invoice clients, edit documents and access files from their computer with just the push of a button. The classic example of a businessman is now shadowed by this new streamlined approach where the equivalent of their briefcase is now stored to the memory on their phone. One of the biggest deal making traits in business is the ability to be reachable, with cellular phones becoming more advanced with each passing month it has never been as easy to keep in contact with clients, vendors and everyone in between. Business people have all of their contacts in one device and can multitask as well when making calls or checking e-mail. The ability to be more efficient has caused many individuals in the service industry to join in on one of the world’s largest booms in recent technology. People ranging from the low end of the totem pole to the highest managerial position is now no longer restrained to the confines of the office in order to achieve everything they would normally go through in a casual work day.