HR professionals focus much of their attention on conserving the organization’s workforce – mainly employees to reduce turnover. High turnover equals wasted money. According to a recent survey called the 2012 Global HR Viewpoint Report, which analyzed data concerning . . .
Despite the various topics I speak about, I’ve recently had many requests for me to speak on ‘Bridging The Gap’ – helping HR professionals understand CEO’s and vice versa. I believe it’s been such a popular topic, because it hit’s home. I. . .
In our last two Career Site Optimization posts, we walked you through shifting your perception of hiring to one that is marketing focused, and we also helped you build a solid metrics foundation by introducing you to Google Analytics. Now that you know what your goals are and how. . .
People have a desire to work for companies with positive brands. What happens if your brand message is not being communicated properly? Failure to have the right message about your company can lead to a number of problems with the recruitment of employees to retaining employees. . . .
Millions of dollars are spent each year to create a unique employer brand. Every business wants to be the next Google, Nike, or Apple. Obtaining the right image in your industry will help your company recruit easily as people want to work for your organization. As HR professional. . .
There are some employees that are considered toxic to the workplace. They destroy the morale in the workplace, and often create an environment that is polluted for their peers. Removing negative employees and team members can improve team morale in a number of ways. What is a Tox. . .