This is the second part of a two-week series on motivating millennials in the workplace. For more information on millennials, please see the first part of the series. Now that millennials are entering the workplace, companies need to find fresh strategies to increase employee satisfaction for this generation. Here a few tips on engaging millennials […]
Data tells a story. A story of what is really happening with your recruiting, but often it is buried deep, and spread about in different places, scattered across the internet.The challenge now for recruiting teams is to find ways to mine this data, and translate it in to something useful. From a technology point of […]
With full time job openings increasingly replaced by temporary or part time employees, contractors or outsourcers, new “gig” sites are starting to crop up – platforms where folks offering a fee-based service can find clients.
U.S. workers with depression miss an estimated 68 million additional days of work each year compared with those who have never been diagnosed, resulting in an estimated cost of more than $23 billion in lost productivity annually.
Target uses theoretical scenarios to teach its supervisors how to deal with, for example, workers who are scared of Muslims, or Latino employees who blame supervisor criticism on racism, and many other situations related to diversity and discrimination that may come up in the workplace, The Huffington Post has learned. A 49-page internal document obtained […]
Second summer release Qandidate.com now available. We are pleased to announce that we have launched our second release for the summer. Qandidate.com is one of the fastest growing free recruitment solution and has welcomed more than 1250 companies since the launch in February 2013.
The state of PC sales shows that you are missing the boat by not putting job seeker technology to use in your mobile recruiting efforts.
Shipping software firm ShipWorks was originally based in two offices but that did not work. Discover how its founders opened a new sanctuary of creativity.
Researchers have been testing the “prisoner’s dilemma” — a classic thought experiment in which partners must choose between betraying their partner or collaborating with them — on real convicts. Surprisingly, real-world inmates were much more likely than university students to cooperate with one another to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
A helpful approach to design is to have desired behaviors drive benefit structure decisions and let the budget drive benefit level decisions.
Environics Communications in Toronto provides new workers with a “family tree” that includes staff photos and an office map. It also hands out a quiz that encourages new staffers to learn personal details about colleagues. The quiz asks questions such as “Which Environics employee met Taylor Swift backstage at a concert?”
As CEO of a marketing company, I have the opportunity to work with clients large and small to implement LinkedIn-based, employee-first social media programs.
If you’re not getting any bites on your resume, then today’s career expert Q&A might be just what you need. Laura Lee Rose joins us to explain how job seek…
Disgusting employee antics at fast-food restaurants are getting out of hand. The latest horror story comes from Columbus, Ohio, where two “sandwich artists” have been fired from Subway for behaving in particularly unartistic ways around the food. One reportedly urinated in a bottle and froze it in the company freezer.