May 22, 2017
office bullying
Company Culture 03 December 2016
5 Ways to Deal with Office Bullying
Gisel Malek
Regardless of what type it may be, bullying is still bullying. Here are 5 important steps to prevent bullying whether you’re an employee, a co-worker, or a supervisor.
Millennials, entitled, eager, marketing
Company Culture 14 December 2016
7 Ways Young Professionals can Improve your Marketing Department
Gisel Malek
“Millennials will make up 36 percent of the workforce by 2014 and 46 percent by 2020—pretty good news for employers to have a generation of workers who are natural web marketers on the way“ Today, we have the “millennials on steroids” - Generation Z.
diversity
Company Culture 13 December 2016
Top 9 Benefits of Creating A Diverse Organization
Clare Barkey
Employees are better at adapting to changes and differences when they work with people different than themselves.
campus organizations
Hiring 03 December 2016
Why Candidates with Campus Org Experience make Amazing Hires
Julie Huang
It can get quite difficult to sift through every candidate. Applicants who were (or are) a part of campus organizations make for better hires. Here are five reasons why:
hiring bias
Company Culture 03 December 2016
5 Benefits of Hiring People with Diverse Majors
Gisel Malek
Keeping an open mind about what background candidates have not only makes you more of a diverse company, but you could be hiring a lot smarter, too!
accountability in the workplace
Training and Development 03 December 2016
A Story of Accountability
Alicia Miner
Accountability is a buzz word in the work place; but the truth is it helps to measure the success and shortcomings of every individual that makes up your company.
remote working, flexible working, employee management
Performance Management 19 December 2016
How to Best Manage your Remote Employees
Gisel Malek
So much information is out there on how to best manage employees that you see on a daily basis, but not as much is out there on maintaining connection with remote employees.
generations, millennials, job seekers, recruiting,
Training and Development 03 December 2016
Reasons to be excited about working with Generation Z!
Hannah Son
The youngest generation graduating college otherwise referred to as Gen Z is often seen as lazy, disconnected, and tech-obsessed. However, here's some a list of why you should look forward to working with them!
generations, millennials, job seekers, recruiting
Training and Development 03 December 2016
Benefits of Gen Z in the workplace
Gisel Malek
We asked nearly 200 students if they believe if their generation is more knowledgeable than the rest?
flexible working, company culture, remote employees
Company Culture 14 December 2016
5 Benefits of Implementing a Flexible Work Schedule
Gisel Malek
It seems like only five percent of all companies have implemented a flexible work schedule for their employees; in spite of the fact that much research confirms that by 2020 more than half of the labor force will be comprised of millennials!
employee relations, employee retention
Performance Management 07 December 2016
In a Recovering Economy, These 5 Ways will Help you Hang Onto Your Talent
Gisel Malek
The economy is starting to recover from the wrath in 2008 and hiring is on the forefront of many companies’ agendas. As we all know, a bettering economy leads to more jobs,
Performance Management 05 December 2016
Career Crush: Help Us Show Thanks to People Ops Professionals
Gisel Malek
People Ops Appreciation will begin in JUST 3 DAYS! So, if you have ever hired someone before, we encourage you to share this giveaway with your friends and colleagues. The more you share, the more entries you will get to win. Check out the details below for how to enter and win!
mentor, candidates, employers, job search
Training and Development 02 December 2016
Mentors Vs. Internships, how to empower candidates for success
Gisel Malek
We surveyed nearly 200 students and asked them what they think companies value the most. We have included an infographic of our findings below. Nearly 40 percent agreed that experience is the most important thing that companies are looking for.
co workers, hiring, recruiting, jobs, career goals
Company Culture 25 November 2016
7 Types of People to Surround Yourself within the Office (and in Life)
Gisel Malek
Chances are, you will be spending more time in the office then you will be at home. It is important to surround yourself with the people that you will learn the most from, can trust and ultimately be a better person for knowing.
people ops, giveaway, HR, appreciate people ops
Performance Management 06 December 2016
ProSky Thanks People Ops With A Chance to Win BIG
Gisel Malek
We are recognizing recruiters, hiring managers and anyone who has ever dealt with hiring another person! We don’t think you hear “thank you” enough and are celebrating the work that you do
people ops, giveaway, HR, appreciate people ops
Performance Management 13 December 2016
ProSky People Ops Giveaway
Gisel Malek
Bouncers, lawyers, debt collectors, used-car salesmen....hiring managers? Wait, why are they on the same list as many disliked occupations?
transparency, organizational behavior, culture, video interviewing, company mission, company values, growth opportunities, social media, millennials, Gen Z, iGen
Company Culture 18 May 2017
Your Company's Transparency Checklist
Gisel Malek
You are excited to onboard new members to join your thriving team and have been tasked with sourcing candidates that are driven and qualified.
employee relations, mentorship, company culture, company reputation, transparency
Company Culture 16 November 2016
5 Ways To Show You “Love” Your Employees
Gisel Malek
When people are made to feel cared for, nurtured, and growing, that will serve the organization well. Here are the 5 best ways to show “love” to your existing employees
CEO's, recruiters, organizational behavior, disconnect, HR, department goals, loyalty, millennials
Hiring 09 May 2017
4 Reasons Why CEOs Need to be in the Recruiting Loop at All Times
Gisel Malek
The gap between recruiters and CEOs seems to be getting wider and wider. This is largely due to the fact that most HR departments are not communicating properly with their CEOs about their recruiting. When HR is looked to “staff” and not recruit their departments, they will end up with this:
soft skills, behavioral skills
Hiring 09 December 2016
How Not To Screw Up Hiring: Why you Should Hire for Attitude, Not Skill
Rowena Morais
The costs of a bad hire go far beyond finances. Considering attitude when hiring someone will ensure that you make the right recruiting decisions!
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.
talent acquisition
Hiring 07 November 2016
Top 10 Ways Recruiting Has Changed from Talent Acquisition to Talent Destroyer
Tracy Tedesco
Recruiters used to be more like Matchmakers. They got excited when meeting a good candidate and finding the best job for them. They’d go the extra mile to find the magical match.
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
Don’t shy away from hiring students! 65 percent of students are looking to gain experience in the workforce while still in school, whether it be a part time internship or a full time job.
hiring, unconventional interviews, character, soft skills,
Hiring 02 November 2016
Hiring with the Heart in Mind
Gisel Malek
Interviews, when conducted properly, can really help determine many different aspects of someone’s personality.
Millennials, job seekers, generation z, work culture,
Hiring 08 May 2017
Top 6 things Millennials Are Looking For in a Job
Gisel Malek
Finding qualified candidates has become more and more challenging. Employee retention is a priority for many as the average millennial stays with a company for 2 years. So, what are some factors to consider when competing for the best talent?

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