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How to Lose an Employee in 10 Days

on Mar 4, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Janine Comito | 0 Comments | managers Employee Engagement Management
Are you inspired by the headlines about harsh, take-no-prisoners leaders? Want to really show your employees who’s boss?
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How to Build an Effective Employee Welcome Package

on Feb 28, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Danielle Freedland | 0 Comments | Onboarding hiring Welcome
Up to 20 percent of employee turnover occurs within the first 45 days an employee joins a new company. The $3,000 to $43,000 price tag for each such departure makes onboarding an essential aspect of HR service and a significant influence on employee engagement and retention. Creating a welcome package for new hires is one way to reduce turnover by helping new hires feel excited about joining the company and calming their nerves by providing clear expectations, outcomes, and goals for their first day. A well-thought-out welcome package can leave a lasting impression and empower new employees in their roles.
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Exit Formalities for Offboarding: The Employee Exit Process

on Feb 26, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Kent Peterson | 0 Comments | Exit Interviews Offboarding
Adios. Farewell. Sayonara.
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Back to Basics: What Is Continuous Performance Management?

on Feb 19, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Aaron Kinne | 0 Comments | Performance Review Management
Why am I so passionate about continuous performance management?
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Recruiters, Adopt an Infinite Mindset in 2020

on Feb 12, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Ira S Wolfe | 0 Comments | Recruiting Recruitment Improvement
According to author and TED speaker Simon Sinek, “a worthy rival inspires us to take on an attitude of improvement.” That’s part of what he calls the infinite mindset. This infinite mindset is what Sinek believes differentiates businesses that think ahead versus those that live in the past. “Business is a journey without a final destination,” he says. “The goal is not to win but keep playing.”
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Internet Job Postings Pose Legal Perils for Employers

on Feb 5, 2020 9:30:00 AM By | Tory Summey | 0 Comments | Legal hiring Job Posting
Today, social media platforms, including Facebook and LinkedIn, allow employers to target their job listings based on various characteristics of the users they wish to reach. As a result, employers can theoretically identify better candidates while expending fewer resources. However, these ad platforms have drawn the ire of certain plaintiffs’ law firms and, more recently, the EEOC. 
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4 Ways to Build Workplace Diversity

on Jan 29, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Sarah Lewis-Kulin | 0 Comments | Diversity inclusive Fairness
According to Glassdoor, 67% of job seekers consider workplace diversity an essential factor when considering employment opportunities. More than 50% of employees want their workplace to do more to increase diversity. 
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Why Leaders Should Encourage Employee Autonomy

on Jan 22, 2020 9:30:00 AM By | Baili Bigham | 0 Comments | Employees Managing Management
Despite all we’ve written on the subject over the years, micromanagement continues to plague organizations everywhere, and at some point in your career, it’s likely you’ve experienced some form of it.
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The Business Impact of a Mature Hiring Process

on Jan 15, 2020 10:15:00 AM By | iCIMS | 0 Comments | Recruiting Recruitment
The recent spike in mergers and acquisitions, the Internet of things (IoT) and technology-centric business transformations have organizations moving faster than ever to achieve strategic initiatives. To keep pace and effectively execute against operational goals, a strong workforce is essential.
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Are You Supporting Your Remote Employees?

on Jan 8, 2020 9:45:00 AM By | Ultimate Software | 0 Comments | Employee Engagement Remote
According to a worldwide study, approximately 70 percent of global employees worked remotely at least once a week in 2018, while 53 percent telecommuted closer to half the week. These figures are significantly higher than studies from previous years, where Gallup found that 43 percent worked from home at least sometimes in 2016 (and 39 percent in 2012). As telecommuting acceptance and the number of remote employees continues to balloon, employers must learn to appreciate the significant value remote employees bring and support their unique needs. If you have ever worked from home, then you know how it feels when you are truly supported as a remote employee and how it feels when you aren’t.
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