May 22, 2017
helping employees, succession planning
Training and Development 28 April 2017
Are you Equipped to Get Your Employees the Skills They Need to Succeed?
Kelly Nguyen
Why? Well, it’s simple. If an employee does well, your business is the one that reaps the benefits. However, as a business owner/manager, you need to be the one equipped with the resources to help your employees gain the skills they need to succeed.
perfect hire, hiring curve, retain talent, hiring strategy
Training and Development 12 April 2017
The Trouble with the Curve
Alicia Miner
Every baseball team that has ever had any type of winning streak is faced with a time where that streak comes to an end. They hit a point where they realize what got them “here” won’t get them “there” and they must act to stay in the game. A business is much like a baseball game
training and development, employee training, succession planning
Training and Development 04 April 2017
Training and Development Will Equal Success For Your Company
Hannah Son
Finding great talent is hard, but what’s even more challenging is keeping the talent you have engaged so they will stay. Unless you continually reinvest in developing your employees with successful training, they may leave and you will find yourself back at square one trying to procure more talent. And although training may sound expensive and time-consuming, turnover can be devastating
workplace learning,
Training and Development 14 March 2017
How to Modernize Your Workplace Learning in 3 Easy Steps
Hannah Son
In the last 10 years, there has been a big change in the way that many people learn. Now more than ever, workplace learning is going to play a critical role in the survival of organizations. The battle to find the best talent will continue to rage
how to make an effective training video, employee training video
Training and Development 10 March 2017
5 Reasons Why Traditional Employee Onboarding and Training Videos Fail
Kelly Nguyen
Traditional corporate training and onboarding videos tend to be a basic fundamental for many companies when it comes to training employees (new and old). Typically, employers will force their workers to watch corporate training videos, which can lead to
https://www.kimothyjoy.com/shop, girlboss, femalefirst, international women's day
Training and Development 08 March 2017
International Women's Day History and Inspiration
Alexis Ang
It might be all over your feed but do you know the history of International Women's Day? Check out all the details and see why you should care about all the girl bosses out there. Gain insight and inspiration and celebrate all the amazing females who are moving the needle
tech skills, hiring, recruiting
Training and Development 17 January 2017
Top 5 Tech Skills to Look for in 2017
Gisel Malek
Looking for tech skills in your new recruits? But not exactly sure what to look for? Look no further, because below is a list of the top 5 skills you should be requiring of your tech recruits in 2017
behavioral skills, stress, balance,
Training and Development 04 January 2017
Top 7 Behavioral Skills Employers Should Develop Within Their Employees
Ryan Young
Employers can’t expect their hires to already be finished products when they walk through the door. Their growth is up to how you establish your workplace. Here are seven skills that you should zero in on when establishing the culture in your company.
soft skills, behavioral skills
Training and Development 02 January 2017
Top 3 Soft Skills to Look for in 2017
Gisel Malek
It’s a new year and you’re looking for new team members! Soft skills have never been so important and talked about.
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.
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?
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.
supplemental learning, training courses, industry professional,
Training and Development 07 October 2016
3 Reasons Why Recruits with Supplemental Training are superior
Gisel Malek
After surveying nearly 200 students, we have found that nearly 65 percent of those students feel as though school or university alone has not adequately prepared them for the real world. Students need to further develop their skill set to have a better chance at getting jobs.
internships, mentors, behavioral skills, qualified candidates, experience,
Training and Development 26 September 2016
Top 5 Ways to Become a Great Mentor
Gisel Malek
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what someone has to say” - Bryant H. McGill
internships, mentors, behavioral skills, qualified candidates, experience,
Training and Development 28 September 2016
5 Ways Mentoring Interns can help you Hire Better
Gisel Malek
The word “mentoring” doesn’t come up as often as it should within the workplace. Learn how it can help potential employees succeed within your company!

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