Designing Orgs of the Future: Organimi Releases Version 5 to Offer Flexibility to Diverse User Base

Organimi is a cloud based, easy to use, low cost alternative to traditional software org chart design tools that enables users to easily create and share org charts, photo boards, and directories. The Canadian start-up allows organizations of all sizes, industries, and workforce modernizations to organize how they communicate and collaborate wherever, and however they work.

Drawing on feedback from a growing user community across thousands of organizations including well-known brands such as Airbnb, eBay, and Kayak. Organimi developed V5 to simplify the process of creating an org chart and increase flexibility for modern organizations looking to create direct representations of complex organizations. They have also made it easier to share org charts with members across organizations to increase transparency and limit knowledge gaps.

“We listened and our users wanted more flexibility to accommodate their diverse needs for their organizational structures, so we opened up options to customize the tool to their preferences, simplifying the overall use case regardless of their organizational structure.”

-Eric Apps, Organimi Co-Founder

Organimi’s main users of the platform include: business owners, faith based and not-for-profit organizations, sales reps, account managers, consultants, educational organizations, government departments, agencies and other public sector groups and virtual organizations.

Organimi is free for up to 50 members. Sign up today at https://v5.organimi.com/register
Organimi is a cloud based, simple organizational chart maker. Based out of Toronto and Waterloo, Organimi is charting organizations of the future. The company founders have embraced the changing nature of the modern workforce to create software that is flexible to accommodate different organizational designs.

Contact: Nicole Ragno
Marketing & Customer Success, Organimi
Email: nicole.ragno@organimi.com
Web: http://www.organimi.com

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How to Find Someone’s Email Address: List of Best Email Finders

Finding someone’s email address is one the key pain points in modern recruiting. That’s why professional recruiting masterminds use so called “email finders”, online sourcing tools that can help you find somebody’s email address for free in as little as a few seconds!

Email finders for recruiting?

Finding someone’s email address is one the key pain points in modern recruitment marketing. The way we recruit has changed. The war for talent is ranging on. For these reasons, instead of using “post and pray” method, we now have to proactively search for talent.

And when we find that perfect candidates, it’s crucial to contact them as soon as possible, in the most professional way – via email. But what to do when you just can’t seem to find your perfect candidate’s email address?

Source passive candidates with email finders

73% of your potential candidates are passive, especially the best job candidates. Passive candidates are those candidates who are not actively looking for a new job, but would be willing to accept a better offer.

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Remember, a better offer doesn’t necessarily mean more money. It can be anything from flexible working time, education, opportunities to grow, benefits to cool projects. That being said, you have to think carefully how to approach passive candidates.

How to find someone’s email address?

How do professional recruiting masterminds solve the problem of “missing” email addresses?
They use so called “email finders”, online sourcing tools that can help you find somebody’s email address for free in as little as a few seconds!

List of best email finders

There are many similar email finders out there, so it can be very difficult to find the perfect one, especially if you have a tight budget (or no budget at all). That’s why we came up with this top 5 list of the best email finders you can use for free (to some extent).

1. Email Hunter

Why we like it: Email Hunter allows you to search for email addresses by the person’s name, but also by domain. Search by domain means that if you type in any company domain (company.com), it will scan that domain for email addresses and you’ll quickly get a list of all publicly available email addresses associated with it. When you find an email address you were looking for, you can type it in and Email Hunter will verify it for you!

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2. Voila Norbert

Why we like it: Meet Norbert, a guy who promises he can find anyone’s corporate email. You can search for anyone’s email address based on their name and company (or website). Once he finds that someone’s email address, Norbert can also verify it for you.  

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3. Find That Lead

Why we like it: Find That Lead offers a few more search options than previously mentioned email finders. You can search for an email based on a name and domain, but also based on a social media profile URL. Currently they support LinkedIn and Twitter. You can also choose between the different variables (e.g. location, job title, company industry, degree etc.) to make your search more accurate and find the right prospect. Find That Lead also offers email address verifier.

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4. Lusha

Why we like it: Lusha is a browser extension focused on finding personal email addresses and phone numbers from people’s social profiles on sites such as Twitter or LinkedIn. It also offers an email template you can edit, save and use to reach out to potential candidates.

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5. Headreach

Why we like it: Headreach is very interesting email finder because it offers a possibility to search and find someone’s email address and social profiles by their personal name only, but also by domain, company etc. It also offers advanced search with different variables (e.g. position, industry, keywords, country, location, etc.).

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6. Email Generator

Why we like it: If you tried out all of the above mentioned free email finders and came up empty handed, don’t despair – all is not lost yet! We present you Email Generator! This completely free online tool will help you generate possible email combinations and see if any is real.

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7. All My Tweets

Why we like it: If your potential candidate is active on Twitter, you have to try this! This tool wasn’t originally meant to be used for finding email addresses, so its powers are still quite hidden. Take advantage of that and learn how to hack out anyone’s email address through Twitter!

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What’s your favorite email finder?

Clearly, there are many email finders out there. You favorite one may not be on this list, but we would love to hear about which email finder tool best helps your recruiting strategy?

The Best Technology To Help Overcome HR Management Problems

The Best Technology To Help Overcome HR Management Problems

In this increasingly digital age, technology is apparent in just about every industry, none more so than Human Resources, or HR. Team and data management is one area that is well serviced by some of that new tech and could help make your HR problems a thing of the past.

Whether you’re an old hand at HR management or a new starter, there’s a whole host of software, hardware and programs designed to help you overcome problems, so you can manage your new project smoothly. Because we’re supporters of all the great tech that’s out there – new and not-so-new – here’s a top 5 of free-to-use team, data and project management tools, perfect for any HR department.

Wrike

While micromanaging can be offputting for a new team of staff, Wrike’s software means your HR team or manager, can see what everyone has done and what they’re working on, all on a single platform. Although you have to pay for the more advanced options that are available, the free version is great starting point and gives you a lot of useful tools. It integrates with third-party programs and, while it’s easy to see what everyone is doing, with regards to any project or regular work, there are handy privacy settings and options, too.

Gantt Project

A flexible and well-appointed app, Gantt Project is a tool that works for HR managers and teams across numerous industries. No aspect of it falls behind a paywall and there are some useful small details – such as the ability to insert milestones or add dependency constraints for moving forward – which can be helpful when creating staff reports and managing development. It can seem a little complex at times, but, there’s a lot of ability here that will help you overcome any previous problems you’ve experienced in monitoring staff anmd keeping on top of thier achievments.

Bitrix 24

If you keep your user count to 12 or under, then this program will remain free, making it the ideal team, data or project management solution for small businesses. This app allows your entire team to communicate easily regardless of their location. And, it comes with free cloud storage too. There are some more useful details in this project management suite of tools, but you might have to pay to access the best of them. It will likely be worth it, though.

Harvest

The world of HR has numerous challenges, no matter which industry you’re working in. That’s why Harvest is a great option for many professionals. It provides an easy-to-use interface that incorporates:

  • Time-tracking.
  • Report creation.
  • Invoicing.
  • Expenses tracking.
  • Is available on mobile, laptop and tablet.

An intuitive tool that makes it easier to keep on top of everything that’s going on, no matter where you are.

Trello

Now, this program has been around since 2011, so is probably familiar to many of you. However, that doesn’t make it any less of a great option for your HR team needs. This piece of tech has grown a lot over the past six years, incorporating multiple add-ins that increase its flexibility and make it useful for multiple industries and specific needs. The interface means it’s easy to see what’s going on at-a-glance, while the real-time updates make sure the whole HR team is always on the same page as the relevant company staff.

Tech Tools for Every HR Management Problem

Only five HR, team, data and project management technology tools have been discussed here, yet there are many more excellent options out there. It’s always helpful, though, to have the benefits of existing options pointed out. Not only does it help you identify what problems you foresee or are experiencing, but you can also see what might not be as relevant to your specific needs.

HR is an important and complex role, so don’t shy away from using some of the great tech that’s been designed to make it that little bit easier for you.

Written by Jackie Edwards, specially for The HR Tech Weekly®