Monthly Archives: April 2013
What is the most important part of your company? Did you answer your customers? A customer of your company should be treated with respect and courtesy. Customers should always have a pleasant experience with your company. They are great assets to fuel your corporate brand and enhance branding through social media pages and word-of-mouth. A […]
77.5 million people are open to a new job. That’s a lot of people! This infographic breaks down who is looking for a job and why. What would be your top reasons for changing companies? Is corporate culture a large factor when you are looking for a new job? Click on the infographic to expand.
Are you looking for strong contributors to your team, that will bring talent and fit with your culture, and will bring their discretionary effort to your company’s success? Then you are looking for discerning job seekers, who choose to bring their talent and expertise to your company and who will create and contribute to your […]
We want to know. Could you live with a 4-day workweek? One of the biggest requests companies receive from their employees is a good work and life balance. The workweek is changing. The flexibility of employees and employers is becoming more common, with its positive (and negative) consequences. Employees have greater freedom from the rigid […]
Here at The Good Jobs™, we’re all about helping companies understand how to better leverage their culture and brand to find the best talent. So, I’d like to introduce you to a term that we use frequently here at The Good Jobs. One that can help you to better understand who you want to recruit: […]
Today was a big day for me. I met Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos and co-author of Delivering Happiness. Tony presented at the Hilton downtown. I expected him to be to inspiring but he kinda blew me away. A few years ago, his book helped me to imagine what is possible in a company by […]
Candidates with the best cultural fit in a company have more advantages than most colleagues. The teamwork, dedication, and engagement of employees who match the values of a company is greater than those who don’t match the company’s values. A thought-provoking article on ERE.net, separated types of employees into thirds. The high-performing top, the average […]
Want to learn more about how we connect job seekers and employers through cultural fit? Watch our video to learn more about what The Good Jobs can do for your company!
This infographic has the ins and outs of what employees want (and get) in a flexible work schedule. Where do you fall in the numbers? If you could choose between a flexible schedule or a work-from-home schedule, what would you choose? Tell us in the comments below!