The Covid crisis has caused many of us to change the way we do business, and also change how we manage our employees. So, how can we change our perspective on managing these new gaps and inconsistencies in the workforce?
No company gets anywhere without its employees. They’re workhorses; pillars of your company community; excellent sources for a bad joke or smidge of water cooler gossip. But that’s not all. As influencer marketing exits its infancy and saturates the promotional sector, more and more companies are starting to realize that employees can advocate for your brand. How does this work, exactly? … Read More
Most industries and business sectors, these days, use technology to improve productivity and accuracy. So it’s no surprise we find tech becoming ever more deeply involved in HR, recruiting and talent acquisition. Using much of the same information and similar techniques to those used to predict consumer behavior and find the right “audience” to buy your product, employers can parse … Read More
Sometimes, it feels like we have been talking forever about the Baby Boomers and their impact on everything in North America, from shopping to home buying to the structure and makeup of the workforce. Well that is about to change – and we will need to adapt to it. In our employee engagement research and special studies done by firms … Read More
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Hiring quality, productive employees is one of the biggest boosts an organization gives itself, and the results are priceless. Hire wrong, and the same organization can suffer huge financial losses, a tarnished reputation, and even be subject to negligent hiring lawsuits. How can you keep the right people, and avoid those who are unqualified, or just not a cultural fit? … Read More
(NOTE: This post was originally posted on HiringSmart.com by Sue Edwards) This generation of Millennials has a laundry list of expectations about their new hire experience. They are looking to be “onboarded” thoroughly. They want to feel connected to their work. They are looking for meaning. They need constant coddling and feedback. Are you and your managers up for it? … Read More