Monthly Archives: June 2015

Jun 26

4 practical tactics to increase performance in an open office

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

It’s clear that office design significantly impacts the performance of employees. Even though numerous studies demonstrated how open-plan offices increase stress, decrease productivity and affect workers’ satisfaction, businesses still choose this style when setting up their offices. How do you survive in a shared office, when you’re sitting at a long table and have virtually […]

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Jun 08

Cube Rules – 18 places to find a job

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Where do career experts think the right places are to find a job? You can find out with this excellent round-up of responses (including mine) over at Career Waymark. Since we were all asked to contribute separately, it’s interesting to see the responses once all put together. When you take a look at the responses, […]

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Jun 03

A course correction (personal)

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

I’ve been writing about jobs and careers for six years. While some of those years the writing wondered around, since the great recession, I’ve focused a lot more on straight-up how-to articles, series and products. Useful, especially for those looking for work and job success. That focus, though, has been a little relentless, always on […]

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Jun 01

Why focus on talent in the hiring process

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

This infographic covers the opposite side of the hiring process and points out many methods that employers use during the hiring process to weed out applicants. The information gathered can shine a light on what employers you want to search for and how to survive the hiring process. From Ohio University: Related posts: How to […]

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