Five Things I learned at the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference

By on October 1, 2019

This summer, I had the privilege of attending the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. Held in my favorite US city, Philadelphia (which is also the location of our East Coast Office, so I might be a little biased), in addition to networking with awesome professionals and eating delicious lunches, I also left with an abundance of knowledge shared by colleagues in the recruitment marketing...

5 Signs Your Employer Brand Needs an Update

By on September 25, 2019

Why does anything ever need an update? Because it has unwanted fine lines and wrinkles. Cue the facelift analogy. Below are five (plus one bonus!) very clear signs that your employer brand may need a mild tuck, lift or refresh (not necessarily a Dolly Parton re-do, but we have that ability if that’s what you’re into).   1. Hiring trends are peaking or dropping, and the reason why is a total...

Departing Employees: Regret, Learn and Be Better

By on September 25, 2019

For better or worse, I don’t think there are many jobs in the corporate world where you come in, do your work and go home. I guess that says a lot about our culture and our attitude toward work, but if there’s an upside, it’s because of the emotional effort, engagement and investment that’s required, you end up forging deep relationships with the people you work with. I always bristle at the...

Prioritizing People Over Profits

By on September 10, 2019

The Business Roundtable, an association of over 180 chief executive officers of America’s leading companies, recently released a statement that could change the business world. You can read the full statement by clicking the link above. But the point of the statement is to show their commitment to the following: Delivering value to our customers. We will further the tradition of American...

How to Bring the Power of Agency to Your Workplace

By on August 27, 2019

I am working my way through the exceptional: The Power of Agency: The 7 Principles to Conquer Obstacles, Make Effective Decisions, and Create a Life on Your Own Terms by Dr. Paul Napper, Psy.D. and Anthony Rao, Ph.D,. The main hypothesis of the book is that a lot of the negative feelings we have today: being overwhelmed, always needing to be “on,” anxiety and lack of real connectedness are due...

How to Capitalize on Boomerang Hires

By on August 9, 2019

One of your top performers is coming back to your organization and your team — you couldn’t be more excited — but how do you capitalize on their return and keep them around this time? We already know the benefits of boomerang employees including a lower cost-per-hire, shorter recruiting cycle and known strengths and capabilities, but ensuring boomerang hires’ success is another story. Ideas to...

Do Your Employees Feel Like They Belong?

By on July 29, 2019

While diversity and Inclusion have long been topics in the talent industry, belonging is also critical to this conversation and, until the last few years, has been overlooked. Employees who feel like they belong are more engaged and more committed to your organization. The trick is understanding what gives employees a sense of belonging and implementing initiatives to support it. How to create a...

Exactly How Your Company Culture Should Impact Your Employer Brand

By on July 17, 2019

Short answer: Company culture should (and will) significantly impact your employer brand. Long answer: Company culture is a phrase we hear a lot, but it rarely is used in a neutral context. It’s either in reference to a negative current state of affairs or an aspiration that is actively being cultivated. So, before you decide how your culture should impact your employer brand, be sure to do some...

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