Improve Your Candidate Experience and Your Bottom Line

By on April 23, 2019

Your bottom line is being impacted by your poor candidate experience. According to the research firm Future Workplace, 64% of job seekers say that a poor candidate experience would make them less likely to purchase goods and services from the employer. Now, what are you doing about it? It’s just not enough to presume you know what your candidate experience is like. You need to find out. Have a...

Are Employees Bored or Distracted?

By on February 21, 2019

Are your employees distracted or bored? Both lead to underperformance and hurt your bottom line, but it is important to understand the difference so you know how to address each issue. In this two-part blog series, we will show you how to combat these issues. First, we are going to talk about distracted workers. Between office noise and smartphones, keeping today’s employees focused on their...

Keep Your Top Performers With These Five Tips

By on September 20, 2018

Top performers have options in this job market and while compensation plays a factor in keeping your top performers, it is not the only thing you could or should be doing. In fact, the lack of career advancement and professional opportunities is the primary reason employees give for leaving a company. Keep Your Superstars Engaged and Retained Give them responsibility: High performers will...

5 Things Your Managers Should Do to Keep Your Employees

By on September 4, 2018

A good manager can make or break your experience at an organization. I bet if you thought back on all of the positions you’ve held, you stayed longer at the ones where you liked your boss.   So it’s just silly when organizations blame their employee attrition on compensation alone. That just seems like a cop-out and isn’t doing your organization any favors. According to a Gallup poll, at...

Don’t Lose Your New Hire Before They Start

By on July 16, 2018

The top choice to fill your vacant marketing director position just accepted your job offer. You can finally relax and take a breath because your job is done. Or is it? An often overlooked step in onboarding is the critical time frame from the moment someone accepts the position to their first day. Sometimes called preboarding, this is a crucial aspect to make sure that your new hire actually...

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