• Top 5 Pre-Employment Testing Practices You Should Be Using

    Apr 12, 2016
    Hiring managers do not have crystal balls but are expected to be able to "pick the right ones." Learn how to objectively determine if a candidate will be a good fit for a certain job, management style, and company culture through the use of behavioral pre-employment tests. ZERORISK HR President Mike Poskey shares the top five best practices in a Q&A.
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  • Can Thinking in the Workplace Increase Retention and Customer Satisfaction?

    Apr 05, 2016
    How we view ourselves, others, and the world around us plays a big part in determining company culture, management styles, and job roles. Three thinking dimensions can help you create a strong work culture with educated hires and a positive environment. But what is intrinsic thinking and how does it affect you and your team?
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  • Do More Than Manage: How Engaged Managers Affect Employee Development and Performance

    Mar 29, 2016
    Managerial engagement is a critical success factor in any performance improvement incentive. When organizational values that support learning are expressed by managers, employees are more engaged in the transfer of learning to their jobs, resulting in improved employee performance. Successful organizations have values that encourage managers to do more than manage. Successful organizations have managers that are actively engaged mentors and coaches as well.
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  • Understanding How We Think: Why Companies Should Create a Value-Driven Culture

    Mar 22, 2016
    Learn how having a value-focused business culture can help organizations improve on decision-making and talent engagement.
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  • “Thank God It’s Monday!”

    Mar 15, 2016
    Work cultures with a lack of vision, team accountability, and consistent values can fall behind the competition. Implement the advice from Roxanne Emmerich, president and CEO of The Emmerich Group, to foster a competitive, productive, and successful environment. Wouldn’t you like to work where "Thank God it’s Monday" isn’t only heard on holidays?
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  • Build a Culture for All Generations

    Mar 08, 2016
    As the three generations of baby boomers, generation X, and millennials are coming together to work, management must create the right work culture to foster success for all. By defining each generation, you will better understand each group’s motivations, goals, and work ethic—resulting in a well-rounded and knowledgeable work environment.
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  • And the Award Goes to… Your Best Employees!

    Feb 23, 2016
    With the 88th Academy Awards just around the corner, we are reminded to continue to strive to hire the best employees over and over again. Through the application of benchmarking, a scientific process of subjectively and objectively assessing your employees, core competencies will be highlighted to help you continue to hire award-winning employees on the first try.
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  • Ordinary Greatness: How To Maximize Employee Potential through Culture and Leadership

    Feb 16, 2016
    People walk past greatness every day and do not notice it because of distractions, deadlines, and lengthy to-do lists, believes Pamela Bilbrey, the author of Ordinary Greatness: It’s Where You Least Expect It … Everywhere. When this happens in the workplace, she attributes it to a failure of leadership.
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  • Show Your Employees the Love for Valentine’s Day

    Feb 09, 2016
    Whether you're single, married, or would rather avoid the thought of celebrating Valentine’s Day altogether, there are people you can show "love" to (with no strings attached) that you may have never even considered! In the office, comments of appreciation and recognition of employees’ success can go a long way toward establishing a long-term relationship.
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  • Debunking Millennial Myths: New Study Cites Lack of Leadership Training, Not Laziness, as Cause of Job-Hopping

    Feb 02, 2016
    Millennials often get a bad rap when it comes to workplace behavior, with many employers citing laziness and lack of motivation that leads to frequent job-hopping. This perceived "lack of loyalty" among millennials has resulted in them being stereotyped as not suitable for long-term employment. However, companies cannot simply disregard millennials in the hiring process since they will comprise a majority of the workforce by 2017.
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