• Cleared for Takeoff: Atlantic Aviation Automates Hiring Process

    Sep 13, 2016
    Although it may sound like a covert operation, applicant tracking system (ATS) integration results in a more efficient, consistent hiring process and a better candidate experience. Find out how Atlantic Aviation automated its hiring process by integrating its ATS with the ZERORISK Hiring System.
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  • Place Your Players in Perfect Positions To Score

    Sep 06, 2016
    Just as each football player on a team specializes in a specific position, each employee in an organization fills a particular role. However, if employees are not able to use their strengths in their given roles, the individuals and the company both fail. Success is more easily achieved when individuals work together as a team, and each player has the skills and ability to excel in his or her job position.
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  • Giving Back: Why Companies Are Choosing To Offer "Cause Days"

    Aug 23, 2016
    As companies try to appeal to the giving nature of younger generations who are passionate about volunteerism and making a social impact, "Cause Days" are becoming embedded into company cultures. Organizations can use these volunteer days to make a difference by giving back to worthy community causes and also to attract millennial talent.
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  • When the Stars Align: How To Sync Human Capital and Business Objectives

    Aug 16, 2016
    Aligning the human capital strategy with the business strategy is a key challenge facing chief executive officers and senior business leaders. When it occurs, great things can happen—for the employees, the company culture, and the bottom line. Learn how to identify areas of improvement, discover training needs, improve the hiring process, and assess your corporate culture by implementing a human capital audit.
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  • Going the Distance: Staying Connected with Remote Workers

    Aug 09, 2016
    Thanks to advancing technology, more and more employees are working remotely. How does this affect team communication, and what can organizations do to keep distance employees from feeling disconnected? We asked one of our own remote workers for her insight, and we offer tips for establishing effective communication with distance employees.
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  • Keep Them Interested on the Job! Three Tips To Increase Employee Engagement

    Aug 02, 2016
    As revealed in a 2013 Gallup study, the majority of American workers are not engaged in their work. Besides lacking passion and drive, these employees are less productive and are negatively impacting their company’s bottom line. However, organizations can take action to increase employee engagement, and ZERORISK shares how it keeps its employees interested.
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  • Welcome Generation Z: Recruiting Tips for the Next Wave of Employees

    Jul 26, 2016
    On the brink of a generational shift in the workplace, organizations need to recognize the characteristics and learn the career desires of generation Z, the newest generation to enter the workforce. By having a better understanding of generation Z, companies will have greater success in recruiting and hiring a new generation of employees.
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  • Top Four Myths of Behavioral Pre-employment Testing

    Jul 19, 2016
    The hiring process can be compared to a classic case of bait and switch: what you see is not always what you get. Using pre-employment testing takes the guesswork out of the hiring process, but many organizations are still not using it. Why not?
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  • Building a Team from Scratch: How To Hire for a Growing Business

    Jul 12, 2016
    As a startup scales and accelerates, the need for additional talent increases as well. Pre-employment tests can be a valuable tool during candidate selection by providing insight about whether or not candidates are appropriate choices for positions, mirror the company’s culture, and if they will be able to grow with the startup as it develops into a larger organization.
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  • Give Them a Break: Why Vacation Days Are Good for Employees and the Bottom Line

    Jul 05, 2016
    Americans have created a culture that values working but does not recognize the benefits of taking vacation days. When employees take time away from work, organizations see increased employee productivity, reduced costs, and improved employee morale. Additionally, when American workers do not use vacation days, the U.S. economy is negatively affected. To reverse this trend, organizations can create a company culture that supports employee time off.
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