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Published By: Citrix     Published Date: Jun 03, 2015
Read this paper to learn 20 habits of truly brilliant presenters and tips for nurturing these habits in your own presentations.
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habits of truly brilliant presenters, presentations, meetings, focus on audience, improve your communication skills, improve your presentations, go to meeting, go to webinar, bad habits, good habits for presentations, get rid of bad habits, how to become a good presenter
    
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Published By: Mimecast     Published Date: Oct 09, 2017
Traditional archiving no longer works for the modern business world. According to 2017 research by Vanson Bourne and Mimecast, 88% of global organizations say they’ve encountered problems with their existing archiving solution. There’s a better way. Your perfect-world archive is achievable. Download your copy of the Mimecast E-book, It’s Time to Break-Up with Your Old-School Archive to discover more eye-opening research about the state of email archiving today. In this E-book, you’ll learn: • Why legacy archiving systems don’t cut it for mobile workers • How your organization must outgrow bad archive habits to success
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mimecast, legacy archiving, vanson bourne, email archiving
    
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Published By: Glint     Published Date: Feb 16, 2018
Employees today want more than a steady, well-paid job at a promising company. In this competitive job market, employers are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit, retain, and motivate top talent. Yet, they continue to rely on outdated employee engagement strategies that no longer work. As pressures increase from an evolving workforce, organizations from startups to enterprises must prioritize employment engagement now more than ever. We've identified seven bad habits that commonly hinder organizations. Download this whitepaper to learn how to transform old habits into the effective, future-ready programs that drive today's high-performing organizations.
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employee engagement, hr metrics, employee engagement survey, employee engagement strategies, employee engagement strategy
    
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Published By: Jobvite     Published Date: Mar 14, 2014
Here’s a look at seven of the top “sins” recruiters commit today, along with valuable direction for correcting your bad habits.
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bad habits, jobvites, recruiting platform, high-quality hires, communication, employee referrals, human resource technology, business technology
    
Jobvite
Published By: ThreatTrack Security     Published Date: May 26, 2015
Organizations have a serious “people problem” when it comes to securing networks. It’s time to address the bad habits of all users that have a hand in nearly every major data breach. Read this white paper to explore the issue and the solution to your cybersecurity “people problem.”
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cybersecurity, misconfiguration, patch management, passwords, mobile devices, viruses, security, it management, knowledge management, data management
    
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Published By: Jobvite     Published Date: Mar 31, 2015
Once upon a time, finding candidates meant posting a job description…and then waiting. But today, everything’s different. • Jobs have changed • Jobseekers have changed • Technology has changed But here’s the kicker: When candidates change, and the recruiting environment changes, your job as a recruiter will change, too. Are you ready to adapt? If you aren't sure, don’t fret. A number of recruiters today are faced with the challenge of adjusting to the new climate. Now is the perfect time to analyze your behavior and rethink your perspective. Here’s a look at seven of the top “sins” recruiters commit today, along with valuable direction for correcting your bad habits.
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jobseekers, job search, stem, employment, recruiting, technology, hiring, sourcing, talent pools
    
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