Month: November 2020

Ready, Set, Recruit: Great Company Culture Begins With Recruitment

Most candidates ask their potential employers in-depth questions about the company during an interview. According to Gallup, “high-quality” candidates tend to ask questions that focus on a company’s culture and whether its values align with their own. But does culture begin with the company and end with its workforce, or vice versa? The answer is simple: People

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Ready to Initiate the Digital Transformation in Your Organization?

The pandemic COVID-19 is the biggest challenge of our lifetime, but there is also a positive side to this pandemic. It has accelerated the digital transformation across every industry. Organizations have started investing heavily in remote working and ensuring that employees can work from their home productively.In a truly short time, organizations and employees face

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How to Find a Mentor When You’re Working Remotely

There are plenty of perks working remotely, the snacks, the bunny slippers, and the in-home commute. But there’s a certain social ease that office life invites. Those face-to-face meetings, lunches, and happy hours with colleagues and contacts are important social and networking opportunities. They keep our professional communication skills honed and sharp. A lot of business

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The 5 secrets to a great workplace induction process

Death, taxes and staff turnover. Nowadays, whatever your industry, it’s a fact of business life that employees will come and other employees will go. The good news is it’s a situation that can be harnessed by senior managers and HR to inject new energy and ideas, inspiring your team to even greater heights. Yet it

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Teaching Business Ethics for Better Corporate Culture

In a competitive business environment, there is often temptation among companies, their employees, and executives to cut corners to further their own interests. In the short term, bad actors may see their efforts rewarded; however, in the long term, most are found out, and the consequences can be tremendous, including bad publicity, fines, and even

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Making Inspirational Hires: How to Identify a Candidate Chemistry Match

The most critical aspect of being a successful business leader is building a company that inspires innovation and productivity. Your ability to identify bright people with the right skills who fit into your company culture is an art worth mastering. One wrong person can negatively affect your culture. You can work well with almost anyone

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New Study Finds Gig Work May Serve as a Social Safety Net

No one wants to find themselves staring down the barrel of a pink slip — just ask the tens of millions of Americans who lost work this past spring as the COVID-19 pandemic hit. New research, however, suggests the gig economy may be able to take some of the sting out of unemployment for many workers. In “Gig-Labor: Trading Safety Nets

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