IT service providers face difficult choices in the current global financial crisis as they are forced to decide whether to wait for clarity about when the situation will improve or to act now without knowing what the outcome might be, according to Gartner Inc.
We love our customers and are passionate about keeping people safe and comfortable in their homes. Service Heating & Air has been serving the Chattanooga area since 1977 and we are proud of what we have accomplished in the nearly 40 years years providing the community with quality HVAC services.
Water damage to carpets from flooding or leaks in a home is not uncommon. If you’ve owned a home for several years, you’ve undoubtedly experienced it. You almost certainly will again in the future. When it happens, you’ll need to know when to clean and restore the damaged carpet, how to restore it, and when to replace it. When the time comes, you could benefit from the 5 repair steps you’ll find below.
Marriott Business Services, one of Blount County’s largest employers, has been transferred to Accenture, a management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company based in Ireland.
Round these parts, we talk a lot about the things that you can do to become a world-class sourcer. Ways that you can search for the best candidates, how you can woo them with a killer inMail, how you can improve your candidate experience, the list goes on. Today, however, we’re going to explore the topic of onboarding and just how important it is to have a structured onboarding process in place for your organisation. Because it’s all well and good getting a candidate to sign on the dotted line, but it’s what you do to welcome them that’s going to play a monumental role in how quickly they’ll fit in as well as how long they are likely to remain with the company.
When establishing a call center, the first choice you are faced with is whether you would like to use hardphones or softphones. Talkdesk’s softphone series explores the differences between these two technologies. For a primer on the subject, see our most recent post, “Dr. Hardphone or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Softphone. “