Monthly Archives:July 2018

Here’s How to Build a Winning Remote Tech Team

July 27, 2018

Unless you live under a rock, you know that there is a rapid shift happening in the world of work. Thanks to ever-evolving technology and the ability to conduct business online, telecommuting has gone from distant pipe dream to a modern-day reality. Employers are building teams of their dreams, drawing from a global pool of top talent.

Virtual work options are a natural fit for the tech industry, but building a remote tech team comes with its own unique challenges….


MAU WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS EXPANDS INTO GROWING IT STAFFING MARKET BY JOINING WITH ATLANTA-BASED 3CI

July 20, 2018

ATLANTA, GA (July 20, 2018) – Two of Georgia’s most established independently owned workforce solutions companies are coming together, which means increased opportunity for the world’s best employers and top workforce talent to gain access to one another.

MAU Workforce Solutions has acquired with 3Ci — extending its global reach by adding the Atlanta-based company’s expertise in the fast-growing technology sector.

Rob MacLane, President of 3Ci, said his team is excited about the possibilities this partnership presents as it opens up new geographic markets in the tech sector….

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Behind-the-Scenes of BuiltTech With Atlanta’s K.P. Reddy

July 13, 2018

Today, we’re taking you behind-the-scenes of an exciting, new(ish) opportunity to innovate. According to a 2016 report by Boston Consulting Group, “the construction industry has undergone no major disruptive changes and has been slow at technology development.” Thankfully, one serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist in Atlanta is working to change that.

Meet K.P.: The Godfather of Atlanta BuiltTech

K.P. Reddy, best-selling author of What You Know About Startups is Wrong, is a master of disruptive innovation….


The Secret Behind Employee Burnout (And How to Prevent It)

July 5, 2018

The business world is facing an epidemic in employee burnout, and it’s wreaking havoc on productivity and profitability. Burnout impairs job performance, increases healthcare costs, destroys employee retention rates, and impacts team morale. Many studies correlate employee burnout with stress, but the underlying root of that stress goes beyond simply having too much on your to-do list.

Most Employee Retention Problems Are Conative

In Conative Connection: Acting on Instincts, author Kathy Kolbe attributes burnout to conative mismatches: “Meltdown occurs when people who know perfectly well who they are suffer from unrealistic external, rather than self-imposed, pressure to act otherwise.” This incongruity can exist between managers and employees, people and industries, newly merged leadership, the next generation and their founders….