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On the last episode of HR Lancers Live we got together and used the wisdom of the crowd to find out which apps, sites and products we use each day to get our work done. It was a highly informative look at some great tools. These tools are summarized below for easy access. Watch the replay to see what each Lancer said about their favorites. Replay Chris Russell :  https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmrussell/ GoDaddy bookkeeping : An invoicing tool used for tracking income, expenses, invoicing, mileage ,Hourly time tracking – “very simple bookkeeping app”, “like it for its simplicity overall” Cost: $110/year Ripl : Marketing Tool that allows you to create branded videos and images in minutes, then instantly post to all your social media accounts at once. - “favorite tool out of all that I am sharing today”, “will make your social media a lot better looking.  Can build it into your brand” Cost: $10/month TinyScannerPro : A little  scanner  app that turns android device into a portable document  scanner  and scan everything as images or PDFs. “take a picture with your phone in the app, it creates a pdf and can email right from your phone” Cost: $5 one time fee Dlvr.it – Auto schedule and post blogs, photos, RSS, news and videos to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn,  you can use this to push out content from multiple social media accounts- “pretty powerful, can do a lot of social media marketing” Cost: Free to $24.88/month Snagit – Screenshot, screencast tool Cost: $50 Stat counter – a simple but powerful real-time web analytics service that helps you track, analyze and understand your visitors so you can make good decisions to become more successful online. “simpler version of Google Analytics” Cost: Free to $9/month Javianna Nelson : https://www.linkedin.com/in/javiannanelson/ QuickBooks self-employed: Invoicing tool Canva: The design software that makes design simple, convenient, and reliable—create what you need.  Good tool for marketing. - “my business is an employer brand business…use it to engage employees of clients on Social Media” Cost: $120/year Hello Bonsai : Project Management  contracts, e-signing, & invoices – client profile, contracts and proposals, time tracking, makes forms and keeps forms. Cost: $16/month Alissa Penny : https://www.linkedin.com/in/alissa-penney/ Venngage : Infographic creator. “I use it to do a lot of infographics for my consultation, I do strategic analysis and data analysis so it helps me show really quick charts to a lot of my clients” Cost: $19/month Slack :  Client Communication for all projects, recommended for folks who are doing remote work. “If you are more into doing video based projects, I enjoy using Discord, more for the gaming industry” Cost: Free Hootsuite : Social Media Posting Management Cost: Free Tonja LaFrenz :  https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonjalafrenz/ Feedly: A news aggregator application for various web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android – “find what you are looking for, a project you are working on, it gives you articles, then you can post the article out through Hootsuite” Cost: Free ATS/CRM: Big Biller through Top Echelon “can add your candidates, can add your companies, they do training all the time, their customer service is unreal”  Cost: $70/month Fivrr: $15 for email signature, logo $10 and slogan $40 – freelancer site Wisestamp: email signature generator  Orin Davis :  https://www.linkedin.com/in/davisoc/ GetPocket.com : previously known as Read It Later, is an application and web service for managing a reading list of articles and videos from the Internet Harvest - Time tracker: Simple  time tracking , fast online invoicing, and powerful reporting software. Simplify employee timesheets and billing. ScannerPro: Allows you to scan paper documents into PDFs that look clean and professional. Expensify – for tracking expenses https://www.getcroissant.com/a/orin76 - coworking space $39 for 10 hours – “giving you hourly access to co-working spaces….need a place to sit down and work, don’t want to do a coffee shop” hours rollover and accumulate.  They are a global organization.
A huge number of employers have been forced to switch to 100% remote work environments. For some this transition is easier that others. Onboarding new hires remote is uncharted territory. We at HR Lancers scoured the socials last week to see what people were saying on how they were coping. Hopefully you find this roundup insightful. Michelle Fivel from the law firm Major, Lindsey & Africa said on LinkedIn : "There is a tremendous desire in the legal recruiting community to connect and to hear what their counterparts are doing at other firms; Firms are onboarding new attorneys remotely and the process has been running seamlessly with platforms such as WebEx, BlueJeans, Zoom and DocuSign; Firms are continuing to interview candidates and the whole process is being conducted virtually; Firms are beginning to assess what practices will be most sought after by their clients in this swiftly changing market." Tim Salau; CEO of Guide says onboarding remote employees does NOT have to be a hassle. Here are some ways to make your new employees feel welcome: 1. Send a welcome package in the mail. 2. Assign them a peer mentor during onboarding. 3. Implement a chatbot to address simple questions. 4. Provide a training schedule. Bringing on new employees in a remote team can still be supportive even if it’s done from a distance. Alex DiMango, Innovation Leader for Limehome says the majority of their tech team was already "remote first" and offer a fully remote onboarding experience. "We have all of our onboarding materials in a digital format, on Asana, Gitlab Wiki or Gsuite. We also have a Day 1 welcome where the whole team that is dedicated to providing support via Slack, Email, and calls during the early part of on-boarding. The feedback from our new employees has improved significantly as a result of this approach." ZX Ventures wrote about their remote onboarding experiences on LinkedIn as well. Two of those tips are below. Assign them a "Buddy":   At ZXV, our new hires are matched with Z-buds, who serve as a resource and sounding board for the new hire, answer any questions about working at ZX Ventures, provide helpful tips and tricks, and offer insights and perspectives as the new hire acclimates. Buddies can schedule weekly virtual coffee breaks with their new hires. Team Lunch/Happy Hour:  Consider sending your team credits for alcohol delivery services (like Minibar, Drizly, Hopt, BeerPods etc)  then host a virtual happy hour to welcome your new team member. Keep in mind your new employee's first experience will be an important virtual one. Here's what Doist says to keep an eye on: "Rather than stepping into an office, your new team member will login through your company’s team communication tool. This is their first introduction to the wider team, so ensure your team’s conversations are organized to make catching up easy. This way, new team members can go back and get up to date about what’s transpired at a company before they began." MORE TIPS FROM TWITTER Just throwing out an idea. Why not just do remote onboarding using Webex or Zoom. You could do daily sessions for a week or two (hopefully not 3 or 4) engaging leaders to cover key acumen items. Team members could have get to know you 1:1s. — Pam McKnight (@mcknight_pam) March 18, 2020 If you have a new hire joining the team this week, these 7 tips for onboarding #remote employees will help you set them up for success 🙌 Do you manage a remote or distributed team? 💻 We’d love to hear your comments and recommendations on how to #onboard a new teammate 💬 pic.twitter.com/hQKWWIo5XT — Fellow.app (@fellowapp) March 18, 2020 Onboarding always requires lots of strong communication to set employees up for success. Remote onboarding requires intentional over-communication to make sure that employees know about all of the resources at their disposal to help them do their best work. #Boundaryless — Owl Labs. (@OwlLabs) September 13, 2019 We've created a quick start guide for #remote #onboarding to help any companies welcome their #new #starters https://t.co/cJr9IJP4He #covid19UK #stayhomestaysafe #remotework pic.twitter.com/rNsHUxwJ1V — Confido Talent Partners (@ConfidoTalent) March 19, 2020
Last week on HR Lancers Live we talked with HR speaker expert Jennifer McClure about how she got started with speaking on the human resources conference circuit. The replay can now be watched in its entirety on Youtube. A full transcript is below (machine generated).  How to get started speaking in the hr industry (transcript) from Chris Russell
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