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Performance Management 27 December 2017
Use Habit Science for an Employee Engagement Breakthrough
Jane Watson
The concept of employee engagement has been around for nearly 30 years. And while we might still argue about the best way to define it precisely, the fundamentals of engagement are no great mystery. At this point, I suspect you’d be hard pressed to find an HR professional who isn’t familiar with the fundamentals of making an organization a more engaging workplace. Things like treating employees with respect, communicating clear goals, providing timely feedback and recognition, and supporting employee development.
bad hire, employee from hell, how to avoid bad hires, red flags
Hiring 09 March 2017
How to Avoid Hiring the Employee from Hell
Crystal Huang
It is not easy starting a company, running one, or managing people. Don’t wait for the right time to put an organized structure in place. It is never too early and never too late. Once that organizational structure is in place, you will be a happier manager because you will manage happy and productive employees.
company culture, creating culture,
Company Culture 06 December 2016
Top 10 Factors in Creating a Culture of Excellence
Alicia Miner
Every business owner and leader has a few things in common regardless of the industry they are in. They want a culture of excellence, they want to see positive results, and they want to win! Unfortunately, one of the other things many of them have in common is the lack of knowledge on what it takes to create a winning culture or the grit to implement and sustain what is needed.
Hiring 10 November 2017
5 Reasons why Students Might Be Your Best Hire Yet!
Gisel Malek
students, Gen Z, iGen,  eager to learn, open minded, culture fit, brand loyalty,

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Company Culture 19 February 2018
How To Communicate Effectively With Your Team
Rachel Summers
As a manager, you're needed to keep your team on task and able to work to deadlines. A huge part of this is communicating well with them. Improving communication in the workplace can bring many benefits to your organization such as increased productivity and loyalty.
Interviews 09 February 2018
Interview: Imo Udom
Dillon Chen
Technology is changing the world and the way companies are hiring. One of the latest new improvements is using video interviews during the hiring process. In our exclusive interview with Imo Udom, the CEO of Wepow, we get an inside look at the world of video interviewing and what it’s like to be a CEO in this industry.
Performance Management 12 February 2018
Coach vs. Manager - What Do Employees Want?
Jessica Barrett Halcom
You probably noticed that at some point within workplace culture, we began calling managers “leaders.” We need to recognize that the role of a manager requires so much more than previously acknowledged by the term "manager". The old school of thought was that in order to be a candidate for a management position, you needed to put in your time, do a great job, and eventually, you’d have enough seniority to take the next promotion when it became available.

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employee development
Training and Development 21 August 2017
Employee Development Plans
Isabella A
who to hire? , can't decide who to hire
Hiring 16 March 2017
Can’t Decide Who to Hire?
Dillon Chen
mentor, candidates, employers, job search
Training and Development 02 December 2016
Mentors Vs. Internships, how to empower candidates for success
Gisel Malek
students, Gen Z, iGen,  eager to learn, open minded, culture fit, brand loyalty,
Hiring 13 December 2016
5 Reasons why Students Might Be Your Best Hire Yet!
Gisel Malek
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