The work of a recruiter or hiring manager doesn’t end when you make an offer. The next step is onboarding, which is how you socialize your company’s mission and values and set new hires on course to succeed. Onboarding can be a big ...Read more
Discover some of the best solutions on the market to make sure tha ensuring optimized, engaged, and productive teams are a priority, while also learning about how and where to recruit the best talent.
More than money, people want a chance to prove themselves by working their way up and having a healthy work/life balance.
Explore how to create micro-learning experiences that aren't immediately forgotten, and how to balance simplicity and impactfulness in learning designs.
Gain insight into benchmarks for strategic onboarding and discover what organizations are doing today to measure, report, and predict the impact of onboarding efforts.
Most HR professionals chose a career in HR because they wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. In fact, “77 percent of HR professionals cited helping people as their primary reason for choosing the ...Read more
If businesses are to thrive in today’s economy, then finding and retaining qualified employees must be a top priority. Frequent turnover can damage a company’s productivity, negatively affect employee morale, ...Read more
Employees want to be recognized for their great work—and rewarded for it, too! Recognition and rewards confirm to employees their work is valued. And when employees feel valued, they are happier at their jobs and are more ...Read more
A dear friend of mine runs the IT Helpdesk at a company that shall remain nameless. Generally speaking, when an organization hires a new person, in today’s digital age one of the first priorities is to ensure that the new hire has access to all the technology necessary to do his or her job successfully. If I told you how many times my friend has learned that a new hire needs a laptop or iPad as much as a week after a person’s start date, you’d be shocked. Imagine being asked to learn a new job while spending an entire week without the proper devices.
A new study demonstrates just how much performance reviews are failing employees. Even so, those who use performance reviews defend the value they provide to their organizations.
Of the more than 1,900 U.S.-based employees ...