How to Battle Bad Reviews Mallory Brown, Associate Marketing Manager, Programs at Glassdoor
Work stinks...Unless leaders care. Don’t believe us? Then check out the first finding of our recent survey, directed by the WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce. It says that when employees believe their leaders are trying to create a more human workplace, culture metrics increase. Or to put in another way, unless leaders care about their company’s culture, work stinks. Read the first eBook from our survey, “The ROI of Recognition in Building a More Human Workplace.” And learn how you can make your workplace more human. And one that definitely doesn’t stink.
Learn how to build a better candidate persona with Paul Hebert, contributor to Fistful of Talent and Andre Boulais from Jobvite. They will outline what is a candidate persona and why you need them to improve your recruiting process
Skillsoft took a look at the top trends that will impact talent and learning efforts in 2016. For a number of reasons, it’s a pivotal time for the HR industry to make its move. However, the landscape of work is changing fast and the most adept pace-setters will adapt to take advantage of the top trends. At the same time, companies need to be cautious of industry trends that may be overhyped. This infographic provides a balanced view of practices that will keep your talent and learning strategy moving in the right direction.
The best part being with different colleagues is we learn a lot from them. Good or bad, sooner or later, better or best, we learn something unique from the different personalities working with and around us at our workplace. Read more interesting content, at www.thecareermuse.co.in - We intend to inform and inspire recruiters, job seekers and anyone with an interest in the workplace and HR technology. Hope you enjoyed reading the Infographic. Feel free to share your feedback with us at @CareerBuilderIn
Trinh Tu, Research Director, Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute delivered this presentation on the Impact of poor skills: Employer perspective at ’Improving basic skills: An international perspective on a UK dilemma’; an Academic Conference sponsored by the Department of Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) and Ipsos MORI’s Social Research Institute held on 14 January 2015.
This space-themed SlideShare shows how intranet analytics can help you increase adoption and engagement of your intranet.
In this webinar, we discuss the skills and competencies employers value the most in the 21st century.
The Evolution of Recognition: And 3 Truths that Will Never Change O.C. Tanner, number 40 on the 2015 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, helps organizations create great work environments by inspiring and appreciating great work. Thousands of clients globally use the company’s cloud-based technology, tools, awards, and education services to engage talent, increase performance, drive goals, and create experiences that fuel the human spirit.
How to Hire the Wrong Talent. 9 steps to help you breeze through the recruitment process without a care. Hire talent the right way. Learn the art and science of recruitment.
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Compensation is one topic that we can be unsure how to communicate. This webinar shares important research on the why communicating compensation correctly is so important and how to do it so that it drives strategic outcomes.
Companies with engaged workforces vastly outperform those without, but only 32 percent of US employees are engaged—despite how many studies prove its importance. What prevents us from engaging employees, and are there practical solutions to improve engagement? Join BambooHR and Jobvite as they deconstruct what an engaged team looks like, how to build one, and how to sustain one.
A look at what millennials care about and what drives them to do their best work. Want more content like this? Follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/PeopleSparkHQ or subscribe to our blog at http://blog.peoplespark.com
Happy holidays to everyone reading this. Officevibe wishes all of you a beautiful holiday. Enjoy it with your family and friends. Here are the top qualities that Santa looks for when he recruits elves to work at the north pole. Read more on our blog: https://www.officevibe.com/blog/santa-recruiting-infographic Learn more about Officevibe Solutions To Make A Greater Workplace: https://www.officevibe.com/
Full recording: http://bit.ly/1mcEgQD This slideshare shows why our employees are often be distracted and how to get them back on track. By looking at what drives employee engagement, your teams will learn how to "be in the zone" more often.
Farai Chideya, author of ‘The Episodic Career’ offers practical advice for today’s job seeker. Learn more at http://books.simonandschuster.com/The-Episodic-Career/Farai-Chideya/9781476751504?mcd=vd_slideshare Since the Great Recession of 2007–2009, America’s work landscape has changed dramatically. Many people experienced long-term unemployment that eroded their savings, and the globalized economy means that not just jobs but entire career tracks are created and destroyed in front of our eyes. We’re living in an age of rapid disruption where we can barely adjust to one new reality before a new new reality comes along. So how are we supposed to live a rewarding life—working fulfilling, stable jobs that also cover our monthly expenses—in such a chaotic economy? In ’The Episodic Career’, Farai Chideya explores the landscape of employment in America. Profiling the rich, the poor, and people from every strata in between, Chideya seeks to understand the many kinds of work we do—for example, not just job fields, but whether we seek to build institutions or seek social change while earning money. In addition, Chideya provides a self-diagnostic tool to help you find your work/life “sweet spot.” You’ll see how different types of people have navigated their careers and forged their own paths even in times of hardship. As a young reporter at Newsweek, CNN, and ABC, Chideya realized that her working-class Baltimore childhood and factors like Ivy League education affected how people viewed her, and she takes a frank look at stereotypes, employment discrimination, and how to create healthy workplaces. Ultimately, she asks how we as a country can sustain the American Dream. Knowledge of the workplace is power over your career. ’The Episodic Career’ provides the big-picture vision of the world economy, as well as the particulars of salary, family, health, and lifestyle that you need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.
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Employee appreciation or recognition is the timely acknowledgment of a person’s or team’s “beyond normal” effort, result or behaviour that uphold the company’s goals and values. It can be formal or informal depending on the situation. Appreciation is not learned overnight. In order to be more effective, you need to understand the psychology of praising others and apply it on yourself too. If done right, employee appreciation can be catalytic, causing dramatic positive changes that affect your entire company’s culture. Why do employees need to be appreciated? Kelly Mannard, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer of Northern Trust, puts it clearly this way: It’s human nature to want to be valued! Most employees respond positively to appreciation because it confirms that their efforts are valued. It gives them that sense of achievement for a job well done — a “pat in the back”. Read more at >>> cake.hr
This is part one of two installments on how to effectively coach employees. This lesson defines what coaching is by explaining what it isn’t.