October 17, 2018
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Hiring 26 March 2018
The 4 Best Ways to Get Through Talent Shortages
Sarah Landrum
Drastic changes in various industries signal a need for rapid adjustments for both companies and candidates, who must both keep up with the necessary skill requirements. For employers and hiring managers, locating candidates with suitable backgrounds grows ever challenging
Company Culture 19 March 2018
8 Unique Ways to Make Your Workplace Millennial Friendly
Ashira Prossack
Millennials are entering the workforce by the thousands every day. By 2020, Millennials will make up over 50% of the workforce, and by 2025 that figure rises to 75%. As workplace demographics shift, workplace practices have to shift as well. It’s important to be prepared and start the process of transformation sooner rather than later. Let’s explore some of the ways you can make your workplace more Millennial-friendly.
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Performance Management 16 March 2018
The Best Ways to Deal with "Bad" Employees
Dillon Chen
Every company should run like a smoothly oiled machine with every employee fulfilling their roles in order for the company to grow and succeed. However, if one of your employees is a “bad” employee and not pulling their weight, or actively working against the company, it can throw a wrench into your machine and disrupt all of the operations.
Performance Management 14 March 2018
What Makes People Love Their Jobs?
Tiffany Rowe
Nothing should make an employer happier than to have happy employees. For one, it makes life a lot easier when you don’t have to deal with a bunch of malcontent grumps who do their work grudgingly and race each other to the door when the day is over. For another, happy employees are good employees who are invested in the company’s success and contribute meaningfully to the bottom line.
Training and Development 09 March 2018
7 Tips on How to Build Effective Teams
Brandon Stanley
One of the greatest responsibilities of a leader is to push the team towards better performance. The relationships within the team are essential in that aspect. An effective team will definitely outperform a disconnected collective, where people work individually. The process of team building is nothing abstract. It demands a great deal of effort on the part of the leader.
Training and Development 07 March 2018
What You Need to Know About Manager Credibility
Dory Wilson
In my role as a talent development professional, I have been helping managers become better leaders for longer than I like to admit (think decades, not years). When I facilitate leadership sessions, participants are often surprised to learn that I believe credibility is the most essential trait of a leader. I am not surprised to learn that they often don’t agree with me, or that our perception of credibility and the day-to-day interpretation of it, are vastly different.
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Succession Planning 06 March 2018
How to Drive Growth with Pathways
Crystal Huang
Your business is a living, breathing organism, made up of unique employees, processes and strategies. Gone are the days of a one-size fits all approach. Instead the most successful companies are custom tailoring their strategies and growth pathways for employees. This not only benefits the company but helps the employee feel valued, be rewarded for efforts and helps maintain a healthy company culture.
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Training and Development 02 March 2018
Implementing an Effective Training Program
Hannah Son
Training is the backbone of an organization’s success. Installing a concrete employee training program will provide any company with heightened standards as well as improved productivity, efficiency, and profitability.
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Training and Development 28 February 2018
How to Work with Employees on Career Development
Tom Jager
Each company is interested in investing in the career development of their employees. Providing the employees with training programs doesn’t only improve their knowledge and make it more specific, it also positively influences the productivity of the whole company.
Hiring 26 February 2018
4 Attitudes You Must Focus on While Assessing Potential Candidates
Sreeram Sreenivasan
We all know from our own experience that employee performance is a matter of attitude than hard skills. Although it’s possible for employees to learn new skills over time, it can be very difficult to change their attitude. Attitude determines the way employees behave in the workplace, how they interact with their bosses, colleagues and even customers.
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Company Culture 23 February 2018
How to Build a Foundation of Respect in the Workplace
Phil La Duke
It’s tough to labor long and hard for an employer, or even a boss, who doesn’t respect you or your work. Maybe your work isn’t matching your bosses expectations, but unless your boss can respectfully articulate what it is about your work that is disappointing him or her, it’s impossible to improve or even please them.
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Hiring 21 February 2018
How to Be Efficient at Recruiting: Stop Digging Through Hay Stacks
Wendy Dailey
Since I've been in recruitment (which has been the majority of my HR career), We've written job ads to cast the widest net possible in order to attract the right candidate. This is because we want to attract a LOT of candidates so we can find the proverbial "needle in the haystack."
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.
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Hiring 16 February 2018
7 Terrible Things Recruiters Do That Scare Away Potential Hires
Audrey Robinson
Hiring can be hard, even if it’s done well. As a recruiter, you know how long and complicated the process can be. If you’re looking to optimize your hiring efforts, you’ve probably looked into things like automation and unconventional methods to fetch great candidates. But have you ever asked yourself if you may be part of the problem?
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Performance Management 14 February 2018
How to Make Your Employees Love You: Increasing Engagement and Retention
Joan Elmore
What can company leaders do to retain great employees? What can they do to keep employees engaged? If you’re asking these, here are some actionable strategies you can start immediately.
Performance Management 12 February 2018
Coach vs. Manager - What Do Employees Want?
Technology Advice
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.
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.
Company Culture 07 February 2018
How to Use Social Media to Build an Awesome Community
William Grigsby
Every leader is trying to get better by the day. As for the directions to which human resources and RPO leaders can grow, there’s one particular aspect that gets our attention: social media. That’s right; leaders are going social. These platforms offer endless opportunities for them to discover talent, promote their employer brand, and attract the best workers their way.
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Company Culture 05 February 2018
What You Need to Know About Boosting Employee Happiness
Monique Serbu
Boosting employee morale is not just something good to do, it’s something that will make your company stand out, help you attract top talent, and decrease your turnover rates. To make sure you’re headed in the same direction as these top-rated companies, follow these seven surefire ways to enhance employee satisfaction and passion in 2018.
Performance Management 02 February 2018
The Best Ways to Evaluate Remote Employees
Dillon Chen
Employee Evaluations are an important part of growing a company. When done properly, it can be a great source of information and essential to Succession Pathways within your company. Evaluations often consist of performance analysis that is used in employee improvement as well as internal promotions and pay raises. Things are a little different when evaluating remote workers as there is no daily in-person interaction to evaluate.
Company Culture 31 January 2018
How to Use Employee Feedback to Improve Your Company's Work Environment
Livia Cretan
We spend A LOT of time at work, therefore working in a place which provides great experience is something we all dream of. Nowadays, people are interested not only in big salaries, medical insurances, job titles, or team building, but also in the environment the company provides. Many companies today pay attention to the work environment they provide for their employees.
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Hiring 30 January 2018
Common Recruiting Pain Points and Ways to Solve Them
Isabella A
Hiring a new employee is never an easy feat, there are so many different things to do during the hiring process. On top of that, picking the right candidate out of a large talent pool can be daunting. Being a recruiter/hiring manager is one of the hardest jobs out there.
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Training and Development 29 January 2018
9 Ways to Encourage Employees Critical Thinking in the Workplace
Eva Wislow
Business executives and company managers tend to talk about the importance of critical thinking but they rarely ever try to encourage it in their own teams. As the matter of fact, most of them don’t even know how to describe and explain this phrase. By definition, critical thinking is the ability and willingness to assess claims and make objective judgments on the basis of well-supported reasons.
Performance Management 26 January 2018
HR Software to check out in 2018
Isabella A
In the ever increasingly growing and competitive workforce, companies are having to find creative solutions to help manage employee information and organize data. Gone are the days of traditional methods of training and filing cabinets stuffed with misplaced paperwork on employees.
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Performance Management 24 January 2018
Working Successfully with Remote Employees
Dillon Chen
In management, there are different challenges working with different types employees. In particular, remote employees can be difficult to manage and develop a successful working relationship with because they are not in the office. Some managers find it really hard to be in charge of somebody they don't see every day. On the other hand, remote employees can feel isolated from the company and unable to find answers to questions or get guidance on their work.

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