Thirty-five percent think the system is unfair, inaccurate, or flawed. That’s over one-third of the workforce! Most managers see stacked rankings positively.
It’s not only good for employees to weigh in during the recruiting stage, it actually helps managers make great hiring decisions. Employees bring a casual vibe into the interview.
Not all applicant tracking systems are created equally. We want to cut down the time it takes us to manage applicants, but also need to keep ourselves in it.
In our study, we found some major differences in how employees perceive performance reviews at small v. large companies. Here are 4 ways to improve them.
Here are 3 reasons why employee recognition is a huge way you can be strategic and impact your company: engagement, retention and measurable business value.
Let’s work together to make performance reviews valuable to all—and it will be a stepping stone for all of to do even better, more productive work!
48 percent of buyers are still using manual processes for their HR software needs. We all want to be more efficient and effective in our jobs.
More men feel performance reviews are “very valuable” (57 percent of men to 46 percent of women). More men than women find them “effective” as well.
HR shouldn’t be an afterthought. Most companies aren't too small for HR. It’s one of the most valuable positions to be filled in a growing company.
Here are 4 reasons why you should take a similar approach and celebrate your company’s founding: telling your story gets people invested, inspire great work
Because our workplace has changed, performance reviews must change. Leaders know now that their companies’ success depends on employees.
Here are some LinkedIn mistakes applicants cannot do on LinkedIn: Add people willy-nilly, stalk companies, ignore privacy settings, lie about a skill,
5 employee engagement strategies for HR to ensure employee success. Overcome one of HR's biggest challenges by improving employee engagement with these ideas.
Here are 7 ways to conduct job interviews in a way that makes applicants feel like they’re having a conversation with a friend, not deflecting questions.
Your employees will know they made the right decision in choosing your company. If onboarding continues, you’ll find greater ROI on your new hires.
Every employee must understand your company’s brand. Here are 5 ways to focus on your brand and recruit brand advocates during the onboarding process: