Tag Archives: hiring

Purpose Drives Culture And Engagement

Employees seek recognition. A recent blog piece on TLNT argues that employees perform better when recognized for their hard work and dedication to a company. Obviously true, right? If you are an employee that works hard every day and puts in extra time and effort into your work to never be thanked, or even noticed, […]

Put Culture In Your Job Postings

A recent article from ERE.net discusses what sets great job postings apart from mediocre job postings. It implores that all job postings should have at least one line about the company, a detailed description of the exact responsibilities, a short list of requirements, and salary information. These four proponents of a job posting are necessary […]

Culture Brand vs. Employment Brand

What defines a culture brand? What defines an employment brand? Is there a difference? Companies want to compete in brand. What employer has the best brand? A brand that appeals to job candidates is the goal for any company that wants to attract talent; brand is important. But how do you determine a company’s true […]

A Texas Company That Develops Within

The need for skilled labor is increasing. The amount of skilled workers, however, is decreasing. One company in Texas is reversing the loss of these skills and reeducating people to fill the gaps. The IT hosting company, Rackspace, is creating an educational plan for those who need the skills to work at their company. It […]

Keep Your Employees

Every company wants to keep their employees. A high employee turnover is costly and time consuming. According to GetHired.com, the total cost of hiring an employee is upwards of $18,795. That’s just for one employee. Blogger at TLNT, Mark Toth, explains how to keep employees happy and engaged. He breaks it down into six words: […]

Never Settle

In today’s economy, there a variety of reasons why someone could convince themselves that they should take the first job they are offered, despite it being a mediocre position. “At least I can start here and work my way up.” “A paycheck is better than nothing.” “I might not get anything else for a while.” […]