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Workplace culture isn't guaranteed when you start, buy, or take over a company. It doesn’t exist solely in high-tech companies, or only in exotic locations. The fact is that building a solid office culture needs to be intentional and requires a lot of work from the company leaders. It’s a mindset that will resonate with employees when they watch their leaders lead by example. Happy leaders make happy employees. Happy employees are the first step to creating thought-leadership, industry altering innovation, and attraction of the most elite employees in any field. Need proof? Here are 7 hard facts you should know about employee happiness and how their satisfaction impacts your business.
Yesterday, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Announced it will start publishing a digest of key articles about equal opportunity laws.
Our friend, Amber Cowham, stopped by this week to help us understand the importance of background screening to the health and stability of your organization. Amber’s the Corporate Trainer at Verified First, where she and her team offer premier background and drug screening services featuring robust, customizable search solutions.
If you have not implemented HR technology with a company before, it can be a challenging and trying experience. It is not the same as training your employees on sexual harassment or OSHA rules. If you are implementing a new software to your employees, it is just that -- new. You might not even be familiar with the product, but you are trying to teach others.
As the economy has rebounded, the job market has started to heat up and recruiters are also starting to feel the heat. A recent study by SHRM found that over two thirds of HR professionals (68%) are experiencing difficulty recruiting candidates for full time positions. However, organizations that attract highly qualified candidates have a leg up over the competition. One way to make this a reality is to develop top notch recruiting content.
Now that you know how important a positive brand is, how exactly do you go about improving and strengthening yours? Some aspects are very organic, and take time to develop, but without setting guiding principles your brand message won’t be clear, enticing or effective.
Our friend, Toby Graham, stopped by this week to help us understand one of the biggest news stories hitting HR and the world of employee management. Toby’s the Director of Marketing Communications at Compli, where she and her team help organizations manage compliance activities across their workforce.