October 16, 2018
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Performance Management 25 September 2017
How to deal with Decreased Workforce Productivity
Harmion Morris
As workforce is expected to shrink in the next few decades, adopting cloud-computing, artificial intelligence, and HR technology is a must to increase productivity.
What is Employee Churn?
Company Culture 07 September 2017
What is Employee Turnover? How Can I Manage It?
Hannah Son
While there are heavy financial costs, the effects of high turnover on remaining your remaining employees add up to significant losses for your company. There are two general types of turnover, voluntary and involuntary.
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Company Culture 06 September 2017
Why Do Good People Leave Companies?
Phil La Duke
This question was put to me and I was asked to guest blog about it; it’s a mystery. Well, it’s not all that mysterious; it’s more nebulous. Good people quit jobs for all sorts of reasons, as many as there are situations for quitting a job.
Interviews 03 September 2017
Interview: Todd Raphael from ERE Media
Alexis Ang
ProSky exclusive interview with Todd Raphael, Editor-in-chief at ERE Media
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Company Culture 22 August 2017
How to create a Positive Employee Experience
Livia Cretan
Often times, I see and hear about employees leaving the companies they work for, even though the company seems in line with employees values. Why do they do this? Sadly, because people leave managers, not companies. Company turnover is often the result of bad management.
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Company Culture 22 August 2017
How to Promote and Maintain an Open and Transparent Workplace
Zinny Allen-Obayagbona
I'm fortunate to have worked in a number of workplace settings, and the ones I loved the most were the ones where the organization made it a duty to keep employees informed at all times. I loved it for two reasons: Firstly, because I'd never be caught unaware. Secondly, because it showed and meant that they cared about us.
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Company Culture 22 August 2017
High-Impact but Low-Cost Employee Retention Strategies You Can Implement Today
Tiffany Rowe
When it comes to growing a happy workforce and keeping staff turnover low, one of the key things to concentrate on is employee recognition and rewards. However, it is important to be aware that most team members aren’t just after a big bonus, pay raise, or free vacation days, as so many managers think
employee development
Training and Development 21 August 2017
Employee Development Plans
Isabella A
If employees see that career goals are attainable and are provided a vision on how to attain them, they will be more incentivized to stay in the company to pursue those goals.
Trends in HR Communications
Company Culture 18 August 2017
Trends in HR Communications
Mary Walton
As an HR manager you are a driving force and by following the trends below, you can really inspire and encourage your workforce to become more dynamic themselves
succession plan, Training and Development, Evaluating Skills, company culture
Succession Planning 14 August 2017
How to Develop a Succession Plan
Hannah Son
At its heart, succession planning is an important way to identify employees who have the current skills--or the potential to develop skills--that can help them move up in an organization, or on to other positions. Advantages of succession planning
motivation, employee, potential, listening, compnay culture,  mentor, networking
Performance Management 10 August 2017
How to Maximize Potential Within Employees- Driving Motivation
Hannah Son
Maximizing employee potential and motivation levels should be one of your top priorities. Each employee you bring onto your team should be carefully considered and treated as an investment.
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Hiring 10 August 2017
4 ways to Save on the Cost of New Hires
Dillon Chen
How much does a new hire cost you? There’s a lot of information out there on this topic, and lots of studies and estimates trying to answer this question
succession planning
Succession Planning 07 August 2017
What Are the Benefits of Succession Planning?
Isabella A
Picture this, you're a successful, thriving business owner. You've got an awesome team led by a key player who we'll call Dave. All of a sudden, Dave quits without notice. What could result?
Training and Development 03 August 2017
Simple Ways to Build Trust with Your Employees
Dillon Chen
Trust is an important part of any relationship. Increased trust has been shown to increase engagement with employees and improving their quality of work.
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Performance Management 02 August 2017
What the Performance Management Cycle Can Do for You
Dillon Chen
Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually not any single evaluation meeting, but an ongoing process that allows the employee and company to be in a constant state of growth and improvement.
soft skills, technical skills, hard skills, communication, company culture, networking, mentoring
Training and Development 31 July 2017
Improving Employees Soft Skills
Hannah Son
employee development is a long-term initiative that should be at the top of your to-do list. Not to mention that it also leads to short-term benefits like increased loyalty and improved performance.
sms, recruiting, hiring
Hiring 25 July 2017
5 Ways SMS Can Boost Training and Recruiting Process
Ken Rhie
SMS technology is a great resource for your HR department. It is easy to remind employees about open enrollment periods, and keep track of new employee onboarding.
time to fill
Hiring 24 July 2017
Time to Fill - Is it Fair?
Tracy Tedesco
Are recruiting metrics like Time to Fill actually fair? Do they actually tell the narrative accurately enough to provide insights to how to fix failure points in the recruiting and pre-boarding process?
employee onboarding
Hiring 21 July 2017
Employee Onboarding: First Impressions Really Do Matter
Technology Advice
The days of a “sink or swim” introduction into a company are (thankfully) beginning to dwindle. Why? The approach simply isn’t successful. In fact, the impact of the first few months of employment is quantifiable and can be optimized with the right employee onboarding.
mbas
Hiring 20 July 2017
Should You Be Hiring MBAs?
Tiffany Rowe
MBAs aren’t only trained for high-level corporate leadership. They can make a significant impact on small and medium-sized businesses, as well.
employers, candidates, diploma, communication, management, evaluate, degree, skills
Hiring 17 July 2017
Don’t Judge a Diploma When Evaluating Candidates
Hannah Son
This fallacious belief is a false reality, a source of many social pathologies and lost opportunities. Just because this is what your high school counselor told you to do, does not mean it is the equation to success.
employee mentoring program
Training and Development 13 July 2017
Employee Mentoring Program Benefits
Isabella A
An employee mentoring program has many advantages to it. It differs from a traditional mentoring program as it's made of your internal and current employees. Many companies have yet to implement such a program into their culture as they feel like it might be too costly or take too much time.
Managers, employee engagement, motivation, confidence, workplace
Company Culture 11 July 2017
How Great Managers Can Drive Employee Engagement
Hannah Son
Great employee engagement levels are a direct reflection of great management. So, what can managers do to engage their employees?
transparency
Company Culture 10 July 2017
4 Effective Ways to Embrace Transparency in Your Brand
Walt Rakowich
Transparency has become a hot topic in the corporate world, and that’s a bit of a double-edged sword for organizational leaders. Real transparency that’s instituted and lived the right ways adds tremendous value to an organization’s brand. But for all too many organizations, transparency is little more than a hollow word. I called it “buzzword transparency.”
Company Culture 03 July 2017
How The Best Companies are Improving Workplace Diversity
Dillon Chen
Diversity ultimately influences not only how employees perceive themselves, but also how they view and treat coworkers, managers, and customers. Implementing and properly managing diversity is vital to a healthy company culture and workplace unity as a whole.

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