Workplace Culture

How Early Retirement is Affecting Recruitment (Hint: It’s Not Good)

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Recruiters face a multitude of hurdles when it comes to hiring today, like combating historically low unemployment rates or retaining finicky millennials. As if these things weren’t difficult enough, there’s a new emerging trend that will only add to the mix – it’s called FIRE.

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Four Surprisingly Simple Ways to Show You Appreciate Your Employees

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In a tight labor market, a lot of emphasis is put on attracting the perfect candidate. What benefits can you offer that set you apart? Will your sign-on bonus be enough?

Once you do persuade good talent to join the team, the fun part begins – keeping them engaged. Blogs like TINYpulse and HR Bartender discuss employee surveys, which reveal that employees just aren’t always that engaged. We could talk about weighty things such as better health insurance, or empowering employees to increase engagement, but those take time and are hard to do right. So how about simple things that you could do today? After all, why should demonstrating your appreciation only happen a few times a year?

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Recruitment Roundup – HR Refresh

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! This week we hit the refresh button on HR and recruitment. From new rulings in court, to new structures in the workplace, now is a good time to take a step back and reevaluate current policies and procedures. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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The True Cost of Offering Unusual Perks

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In today’s tight labor market, offering industry standard salary + benefits is not enough to land you top talent. Companies big and small are turning to unusual perks in order to secure the candidates they want. Adding a slew of perks may sound like a pricey nightmare, but what is the actual cost of adding them? It depends widely on the perk, but it might cost less than you think.

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Recruitment Roundup – Change is in the Air

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! The weather’s getting warmer, trees are blooming – it’s safe to say change is in the air. This week, we’re all about change in the workplace, ranging from retraining employees to managing your Glassdoor reviews. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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Recruitment Roundup – The Ways of the Future

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! This week we’re giving you a look at the future of HR. Well, okay, maybe not exactly a look at the future – rather, tips on how to be more successful in the times to come. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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“It’s Over” – When Face-to-Face Communication Reigns Supreme

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Technology in regards to workplace communication has been a hot topic ever since business practices started evolving. What used to once require an international trip can now be done via Skype. Hiring practices that used to include newspaper ads have now shifted towards online job boards and even text messages. While things seem to get more convenient with each technological evolution, what does this mean for our communication skills in the workplace? Well, it means we can now use technology to do what we don’t want to do in person– like fire an employee.

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Recruitment Roundup – 3.9.18

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! This week is a mixed bag of topics, because it’s always good to switch things up. From candidate recommendations gone wrong to recruiters describing themselves inaccurately, this week is full of fun reads. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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