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Employee engagement is the result of active, people-oriented leadership. It’s not a marketing problem. It starts with work culture, and more specifically, how leaders treat the people within their organization. The former CEO of GE, Jack Welch, sums up the importance of employee engagement pretty simply: “It goes without saying that no company, small or large, […]
We traditionally think of professional work-from-home jobs are limited to positions such as freelance writers, call center reps, and the self-employed of course, but USA Today recently wrote an article that included 20 surprising professional level positions that made telecommuting an option, ranging from titles like “Senior Branding Expert” to “Sports Analyst”. Crazy right? Actually, […]
Startups have lots of challenges. Having a partner who believes in you, trusts you (and who you trust) gives you a great competitive advantage.
The recruiting tactics that worked when employers held all the cards are losing their effectiveness as the Talent War intensifies. Unfortunately, as recruiting gets harder, most employers are operating under the misconception that they simply need to invest more time and energy and finesse in yesterday’s tactics. There are at least three reasons that turning […]
If your candidate makes the most of the interview process, expect them to ask you a handful of questions when you give them the opportunity to. And if your company culture isn’t visible to the public eye, your candidate is going to use the Q&A portion of their interview to find out what it’s like. Are […]
What makes you happy? Is it your best friend? A long walk? Tacos? All of these things can make us happier throughout the day and can be incorporated into your company culture to create a happier work environment. Employee disengagement is costing the economy an estimated $550 billion in lost productivity, according to Gallup. They […]
HR managers are becoming increasingly aware of a growing body of potential employees known as passive job seekers. One recent study found that 74% of working Americans would leave their current job if a better opportunity arose. What constitutes a “better opportunity” varies from person to person, of course, but the three most commonly cited […]