Tag: struggling

Employers Are Struggling to Manage Workforce Performance During COVID-19 Pandemic – Case Study for Download

Like so many organizations, Pulse Solutions struggled with employee performance appraisals and communications, challenges that have become even more daunting during the Covid-19 pandemic. Now available for download, the case study, Creating a Performance Management System that Works, highlights how AssessTEAM helped Pulse Solutions overcome its challenges before and during the pandemic by leveraging the right performance management platform to maximize employee effectiveness and…

Are You Struggling to Find Happiness at Work?

In 1942 Viktor Frankl, a prominent Jewish psychiatrist, was taken to a Nazi concentration camp with his wife and parents.  Three years later, when his camp was liberated, his pregnant wife and parents had already been killed by the Nazis. He survived and in 1946 went on to write the book, “Man’s Search For Meaning“.  In this great book, Frankl writes: “It is the very…

Why Employers are Struggling with Google for Jobs

This post was originally published on this site Why are recruiting teams struggling to make the most of Google for Jobs?  Employment data are everywhere.  Today most large companies have begun, largely out of necessity, to focus on the development and maintenance of their own career sites to ensure they provide a quality experience for job that makes it easy for job seekers to…

HR 101: How to Know When Your HR Team Is Struggling

Your HR team is the first line of offense when it comes to building a high performing workforce; they’re also caretakers of company morale. It’s vital to uplift your HR team by giving them the tools they need to manage recruitment efficiently, keep track of important documents, and create new opportunities for advancement. An HR team that struggles may not always raise the white…

Are You Struggling to be Happy at Work?

In 1942 Viktor Frankl, a prominent Jewish psychiatrist, was taken to a Nazi concentration camp with his wife and parents.  Three years later, when his camp was liberated, his pregnant wife and parents had already been killed by the Nazis. He survived and in 1946 went on to write the book, “Man’s Search For Meaning“.  In this great book, Frankl writes: “It is the very…

What To Do When Struggling With a Jerk at Work

Unfortunately, many of us will eventually have to work with someone we don’t get along with. Most of us will believe this other person is incompetent (or rude or dishonest or unqualified or whatever it is that we have a problem with), so we’ll spend the better part of the relationship simply wishing the other person would simply move along. Once we eventually part…