Our attempts to improve engagement have been an epic fail.
Many organizations and survey software providers use the terms “employee pulse surveys” and “always-on survey” (or variations of always-on, such as “continuous feedback” or “real-time feedback”) interchangeably. While this makes sense on the surface, pulse surveys are technically more similar to annual employee engagement surveys than to true always-on surveys.
One of the most promising tools for truly measuring engagement is growing its presence in Europe and now entering the U.S. KeenCorp, headquartered in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, integrates its tool with company email systems to gauge how employees feel at any given moment.
Last night I had to sit my 14-year-old son down and have “the ‘talk”. It was uncomfortable, it should be, having “the talk” is never easy for parents and their kids. Unfortunately, this wasn’t “the talk” I thought I would be having with him. This talk was about what he needed to do to stay […]
Several years ago, data gathered from sociometric badges (wearable devices equipped with sensors) revealed something interesting about the Bank of America’s call center employees: Those with the fastest “average call handling time” were also the most social.
Smashfly, the enterprise recruitment marketing platform, released their 2018 Recruitment Marketing Benchmark Report this week and it’s loaded with data. As you can see from the image above, some things have gotten better than others! What’s up with Job Description and why the hell can’t we figure this out!? So, apparently, we are really against […]
Ahhh. The Olympics. The beauty. The drama. The similarities to our work world. The 2018 Winter Olympics are just beginning, but the anticipation of great competition and hyper-sports analogies are in full blast. And all the Tonya and Nancy memories. Seems like just yesterday. Therefore, it’s only fitting to highlight the talent trends between our […]
I’m not a great Catholic; decent I’d say. Decent enough to go to Ash Wednesday service after several months’ absence. Better late than never. I was inspired by the sermon, which gave the congregation some perspective on Lent, including how to personally reflect over this time. The sermon also touched on themes of forgiveness […]
In another sign that the recruiting process is becoming more convenient for job seekers, The Home Depot has rolled out a new way for its applicants to self-schedule in person interviews. The news comes on the heel of the retailers push to hire 80,000 positions for its traditional spring season. Tim Hourigan, EVP – Human […]
Incruit.com, a leading job site in South Korea, rolled out a big data matching service with a new algorithm that takes 3,000 search variables into account to curb irrelevant matches. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Incruit.com adds 3,000 search variables appeared […]
In one of the strangest corporate rebrandings we’ve ever seen, the Tel Aviv-based, AI-powered recruitment platform targeting Millennials, formerly known as Workey, is now “Gloat.” The post Workey changes name to Gloat. This is not a joke. appeared first on AIM Group.
Google has launched the first international expansion of its job-search product, moving into Latin America and working with a number of leading and second-tier recruitment sites and employers. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Google expands job-search product internationally into Latin America […]
The worst enemy of any recruiter or sourcer is not the candidate, hiring manager or competitor. Not even time is our biggest enemy. The worst enemy of every recruiter is a habit. Habits are far worse than any mistakes we make.