• HR Data Security: What You Need to Know to Protect Sensitive Records

    Dec 19, 2017
    As technology becomes more sophisticated and as we become more connected through the Internet of things (IOT), there are more security risks for HR departments. Read what you should be aware of to protect employee and candidate data and what policies your company needs to adopt to ensure records are secure.
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  • Improve the Hiring Process: Why You Should Put the Candidate First

    Dec 12, 2017
    Companies that rely on traditional hiring methods or a traditional way of thinking about job candidates will be left behind in the marketplace. Your company needs to shift to improving the hiring process by serving candidates, creating more opportunities to attract top candidates, become an employer of choice, and gain market share over competitors. Also, read these statistics about today’s candidates and learn about future technology that will impact your hiring.
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  • 5 Ways to Use Recruitment Analytics For Your Next Hire

    Dec 05, 2017
    Some job boards are limited in their ability to provide information that your company needs to make reliable, accurate hiring decisions. Instead, consider the importance of recruitment analytics in the hiring process to ensure you find the best fit for your opening to reduce hiring costs and increase your profitability.
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  • Why Your Small Business Should Invest in Management Training

    Nov 28, 2017
    Small business owners know the importance of retaining market share and remaining profitable. Instead of trying to find the next investment in technology or software that will generate positive ROI, look at your managers. Do they need training to drive more business for your company? Consider why your next investment should be management training to continue growing the capabilities of your company.
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  • When is Your Employee Ready to be a Manager?

    Nov 21, 2017
    As part of your regular work responsibilities, HR managers should evaluate individual contributors to determine which employees have managerial potential. Read this article on how to evaluate the core competencies of individual contributors to decide which employees should be groomed for managerial positions and how to avoid making a huge mistake during this process.
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  • Performance Evaluation: When to Retain and Train Managers

    Nov 14, 2017
    There are three important scenarios that dictate personnel action related to managers: retain and train, retain and reassign, or release to the market. This article details the role of emotional intelligence helping your company decide what action to take with managers, the success of a company that followed this process, and how your company can grow through implementing a plan for addressing blind spots with managers.
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  • Why You Should Invest in a Manager Development Program

    Nov 07, 2017
    There are significant benefits to investing in a manager development program. The key is remembering that managers are not fancy chess boards sitting idly collecting dust in their office. They require training to better lead their direct reports, increase employee engagement, and deliver compounding growth for your company. Find out why you should invest in manager training to ensure that your company generates positive ROI from your workforce.
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  • Action to Take if Your Employee Does Not Fit Company Culture

    Oct 24, 2017
    You need to be aware of employees who do not fit the culture of your company. Then, once you discover the signs of a lack of cultural fit, you need to take action. Read this article on what action to take at each important step of the process to decide whether to retain and reassign or dismiss the employee.
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  • Cultural Fit by Industry: How do you Determine if an Employee Fits Your Company?

    Oct 17, 2017
    There are important nuances in each industry that help determine cultural fit in employees and job candidates. Find out what these nuances are across major industries of automotive, banking, construction, health care, and retail. You will also learn how to measure these nuances in your employees and candidates to determine whether they are the right fit for their role or your company.
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  • How to Assess Cultural Fit When Interviewing Job Candidates

    Oct 10, 2017
    Companies that do not assess cultural fit when interviewing candidates create turnover risk and could see declines in productivity and team morale. This article explains why it is vital to measure the emotional intelligence of candidates before making a hiring decision, the benefits of following the results of an assessment, and the risks of going against the results.
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