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      How to start a huddle on Slack

      mashable.com - Want to talk to your coworkers, but you don't want to schedule a meeting? Try starting a huddle on Slack.
      A huddle is Slack's version of an audio call, but it's much easier and an informal alternative to a scheduled call. When you start a huddle in a channel or direct message anyone in that channel or direct message can join. Sending an invite to a huddle notifies users in the channel or direct message that you started a huddle.
      It's not difficult to start a huddle, but you may need to give Slack permission to access your microphone. The process differs slightly from desktop to the mobile app.
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      5 data-driven ways to tackle the challenges of virtual teamwork

      atlassian.com - It’s an interesting time to be a researcher. As someone who has always been fascinated by the ways that people interact with each other, the last 18 months have provided me with the opportunity to look at a familiar concept through a completely new lens.
      Personally, I found that I really love remote work. I’ve found new ways to connect with my teammates and I feel more creative and productive than ever. But I’m a sample size of one. 
      I was curious to investigate what the rest of the scientific community had to say about how to improve virtual work. After delving into multiple peer-reviewed articles about the topic, I extracted some key takeaways that can help virtual teams thrive. Here’s what I learned.
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      Re-thinking Presentations.

      rishad.substack.com - As we re-imagine the future of work without an office as its center of gravity, we may also want to question why we spend so much time developing and presenting decks.
      We really were not in meetings but in “stare-athons” where we all gathered around a table and stared at a projected image on a central screen where the slides accompanied by the drone of a series of presenters slowly crawled forward. To distract ourselves from this slideware we would stare at the laptop or tablet in front of us or on the mobile phone lodged somewhere discretely.
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      Automated hiring software is mistakenly rejecting millions of viable job candidates

      theverge.com - Automated resume-scanning software is contributing to a “broken” hiring system in the US, says a new report from Harvard Business School. Such software is used by employers to filter job applicants, but is mistakenly rejecting millions of viable candidates, say the study’s authors. It’s contributing to the problem of “hidden workers” — individuals who are able and willing to work, but remain locked out of jobs by structural problems in the labor market.
      The study’s authors identify a number of factors blocking people from employment, but say automated hiring software is one of the biggest. These programs are used by 75 percent of US employers (rising to 99 percent of Fortune 500 companies), and were adopted in response to a rise in...
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      How Technology is Transforming the Hiring Process?

      geeksforgeeks.org - Technology is helping a lot nowadays as we may now communicate at a stroke across the globe straight away. This communication isn’t only essential in daily lives but in the recruitment process too as the process won’t acquire innovation and excellence in the absence of communication. But the fact is that to acquire such excellence plus innovation, amazing transformation via technological databases needs to be imbibed all of a sudden. Through this, every individual working for the HIRING departments would become an unstoppable force thereby helping themselves as well as the job seekers escape from the problems faced at the times of recruitment in expected or unexpected ways.  
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      Why You Should Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time

      sumudusiriwardana.hashnode.dev - Follow these four pillars of energy management to become more productive without risking your mental and physical health.
      What can you do to perform well and be productive every day?
      Managing time can feel like the best approach. But if you are exhausted, more time or time management tools won't help! So how can we become more productive without risking our mental & physical health?
      We always focus on squeezing more tasks into our schedule to perform better. Then end up feeling exhausted, stressed, and burned out. Instead, what we should do is find a way to do more with the time we have.
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