We’ve heard the term a thousand times by now: “workplace culture”. However, when was the last time you stopped to truly evaluate yours? Whether you’re a startup CEO establishing it at your own business or a first day new-hire gettingContinue reading
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Good on Paper: Employer Brand & The Candidate Experience
Recently, my blogging has been centered around a theme of New Year’s resolutions. But what comes after the New Year? Valentine’s Day. So, in the name of love, I pivot. I’m going to call back from not too far backContinue reading
Repurposing Consumer Marketing Tactics for Recruitment Marketing Tactics in A Post-2020 World
Prior to the extraordinary circumstances of 2020 – much of what we deemed “recruitment marketing” could reflect much of the same tactics we use to promote our brands. We wanted both consumers and job seekers alike to want to beContinue reading
Can Employers Trust Employees to Work Their Own Way?
The modern-day workplace requires a lot of flexibility. Employees want more than a regular paycheck. They want to have autonomy, work-life balance, make meaningful contributions through their job and, most importantly, they want company trust. Running a high-trust company meansContinue reading
4 Tips to Building a Workplace that Attracts Top Talent
We spend half of our lives at the workplace, between tasks, teamwork, shared lunches, and brainstorming sessions, to meet expectations. That’s why our work environment influences so much. Our performance, mood, and drive to work towards better results all dependContinue reading
The Secret Weapon For Your Millennial Retention Strategy
Employers are realizing that putting total control of retirement decisions in the hands of their employees was a bad idea. Older employees are delaying retirement due to underfunding of their retirement portfolios and market volatility. The end results are increasedContinue reading
Hey Employers, The Number of People That Want to Work on Thanksgiving Will Shock You!
Go Ahead and Stay Open on Thanksgiving, Your Employees Don’t Care! Back in 2012 when big box stores announced that they would be opening on Thanksgiving to allow shoppers to get a jump on their holiday shopping, American workersContinue reading