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Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 4

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Today, in part three of our series we’ll look at the types of assessment, trends and observations, tips for buyers, and tips for sellers.   Assessing Values in Online Technology Ten Things We Learned Part Four   This article and study was co-authored by Zachary Harper, Tejal Raval, Anum Malik, and Michael Kannisto.   Series Overview   In part…

Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 3

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second Today, in part three of our series we’ll look at the types of assessment, trends and observations, tips for buyers, and tips for sellers.   Assessing Values in Online Technology Ten Things We Learned Part Three   This article and study was co-authored by Zachary Harper, Tejal Raval, Anum Malik, and Michael Kannisto.   Series Overview   In parts…

Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 2

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second “In the world of psychology, there is a view that a correlation exists between personality traits and performance (behavior). After some research, we were also able to make some sense out of the notion that behavior could correlate to values. However, we struggled to understand the correlation between values and personality.”   Assessing Values in Online Technology Ten Things…

Assessing Values in Online Technology

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second “Here’s what we were wondering. Since values play an integral role in company identity, we wanted to know if any commercially available online tools existed that could measure someone’s core values.” - John Sumser   Assessing Values in Online Technology Ten Things We Learned Part One   This article and study was co-authored by Zachary Harper, Tejal Raval, Anum…

iHire Urges Employers to Embrace Core Values During Uncertain Times

Survey shows that more than 60% of employers have a set of core values, but nearly 16% of employees don’t believe their company truly follows and upholds them Frederick, Maryland – April 14, 2020 – Recruitment marketing leader iHire urges employers to embrace core values as they navigate uncertain times. According to the company’s 2020 Core Values in the Workplace Survey, more than 60% of employers have a…

Sourcing for Values

I like sourcing for a lot of reasons. One of them is that you can approach anyone you want, so your possible candidate pool is enormous. Unfortunately, many people aren’t a fit or a positive addition to your company. As a wise man once said, there’s someone out there for every open req you have.

Are Your Company Values Helping or Hurting?

Core values: the words that propel a company to great heights. Simply place them on the “about us” tab on your company website, hang a sign on the break room wall, and periodically send an email as a reminder – right?  I think we all know it doesn’t happen that way. The purpose behind the existence of company values seems elementary in concept, but…

Your Company’s Values Are NOT Your Company’s Employer Value Propositions

It’s an easy misconception, really. After all, the word “value” is part of the phrase “employer value proposition”. But, just as having the word “strawberry” in “strawberry ice cream” doesn’t make those two things the same, having the word “value” in “employer value proposition” does not mean those two things are the same. The major difference between values and employer value propositions. Most companies are going…

Recognition Can Help Connect People to Your Values and Mission

When it comes to mission and values, there are two ends of the spectrum. On one hand, you might be thinking: “Of course I care about my company’s mission and values!” As an HR professional, this is music to my ears; our goal is to align employees with a company’s mission and values so we’re all marching “to the same beat of the drum,”…

HR Roundtable: Making Values Real

Steve was particularly excited about the October Cincinnati HR Roundtable because the topic was trying to take a look at how companies can get company values off of plaques on a wall and into the hearts of employees. To get everyone ready to discuss the topic, we started with these three starter questions:

Cultural Meltdown: When Values Don’t Match Workers’ Day-to-Day Reality

“If there is one job that I as CEO must do for our team members, customers, communities, and shareholders, it is to be the keeper of our company’s culture. It is the role of all team members to understand our culture, internalize it, live it, teach it, and reinforce it.” — CEO John Stumpf, from Wells Fargo‘s statement of values If workplace culture is really…

How Whole Foods Market Lives Its Values

69% of employees who posted on Glassdoor would recommend the company to a friend. Whole Foods has been ranked among Fortune magazine's top 100 companies to work for for 17 straight years. All employees are eligible for stock options at 6,000 hours …