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Oct, 18, 2016

Why Companies Need to Prepare for Managing Remote Employees

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Has your organization hired any remote employees lately? If not, you may find yourself moving in that direction soon. According to research, 37 percent of all U.S. workers say they have worked remotely (or telecommuted) at least once in their professional careers. Indeed, the trend of telecommuting has been steadily growing over the past decade … read more

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Sep, 19, 2016

Hiring Technique: Hire for Talent and Not Just Experience

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A lot of employers these days are overly focused on job candidates’ prior professional experience. Just look through some online job ads, and you’ll see that most of them require at least one or two years of job experience for even the most entry-level positions. The main reason for this is that employers assume an … read more

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Sep, 06, 2016

Fostering an Engaged Work Culture

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Increasing employee engagement has always been a high priority for human resources managers. Not only are engaged employees are more passionate about their work and committed to the organization’s success, but they are also much more productive. Unfortunately, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report, which gathered employee engagement data from around the … read more

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Aug, 16, 2016

9 Key Traits of Great Managers

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If talented employees are the sails that propel an organizational ship forward, then good managers are the masts that keep these sails spread and oriented according to the wind. Both business owners and human resources managers know how important a good manager is for a business’ success, and how devastating bad managers often can be. … read more

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Aug, 02, 2016

Avoid These 4 Mistakes if You Want to Retain Top Talent

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Attracting and retaining the best employees is a top priority for every human resources manager. Few things are as detrimental to a company’s performance and financial stability as when it starts losing its human talent. However, despite being a huge problem for many modern businesses, talent drain is often easily avoidable. If you want to … read more

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Jul, 18, 2016

4 Questions You Should be Asking to Advance Your Career

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Whether you are a recent hire or seasoned executive, constantly improving your professional or managerial skills is a key element when trying to advance your career. But how can you improve if you don’t know what you are doing wrong? Well, the only way to answer this question is to ask questions of your own. … read more

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Jun, 14, 2016

Improving Job Application Experience: Why You Should Care

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The job application process can be nerve-wracking, harrowing and just plain stressful. In addition to worrying about making a good impression during a face-to-face interview, there are many other aspects of the job search that can push one’s cortisol levels through the roof. Today’s job applicants often have to endure endless background checks, skill tests, … read more

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Jun, 01, 2016

How to Make Your Company a Great Place to Work

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What makes a company a great place to work? Is it budget? Flexible schedule? Employee benefits? Surprisingly, it’s actually none of the above. In fact, many companies considered to be great workplaces have almost nothing in common. What unites them is the shared understanding that their employees are their most important resource. Building greatness isn’t … read more

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May, 17, 2016

Does Employee Satisfaction Improve Company Value?

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Most companies these days deploy a lot of resources to track and measure customer satisfaction, but employee satisfaction rarely gets the same attention. However, the happiness of a company’s employees also plays a significant role in the profitability and wellbeing of a business. Despite it being somewhat well known that employee satisfaction improves talent recruitment, … read more

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May, 02, 2016

Get On Board With Onboarding

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So, you’ve gone through the grueling hiring process and you’ve finally selected a candidate. You’ve negotiated salary, talked benefits, and they’ve accepted your job offer. The contract is signed, and the start date is in two weeks. This is great, since business is booming and you’re incredibly busy – the reason you needed to hire … read more

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