Tag: Winner

Energage Names Paycor a Winner of the 2021 Top Workplace USA Award

CINCINNATI, Feb. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Human Capital Management (HCM) company Paycor today announced it has earned the 2021 Top Workplaces USA award, issued by Energage, a purpose-driven organization that develops solutions to build and brand Top Workplaces. This is the inaugural year for Top Workplaces USA, built on the program’s 14-year history surveying more than 20 million employees across 54 markets for…

EBI Honored as Silver Stevie® Award Winner in 2020 American Business Awards

EBI Honored as Silver Stevie® Award Winner in 2020 American Business Awards Employment Background Investigations, Inc. earns Silver Award in the Company of the Year Category (Owings Mills, MD, 5/18/2020) – EBI, Inc., a modern talent acquisition solutions provider, is proud to be named the Silver Stevie® Award Winner for the Company of the Year category in the 18th Annual American Business Awards. The…

Catching up with Pitchfest winner Ben Brooks of Pilot

Six months ago, the HR technology community was preparing to make its annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas for the HR Technology Conference & Exposition®. And CEO and founder Ben Brooks of Pilot was polishing his pitch for Pitchfest. Read more. The post Catching up with Pitchfest winner Ben Brooks of Pilot appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

This Wharton ‘Startup Challenge’ Winner Wants to Improve Your Internal Hiring

Startup Twine, created by Wharton MBA 2017 graduates Joseph Quan and Nikhil Srivastava, beat out 28 other semifinalists to win the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Entrepreneurship’s first “Startup Challenge.” Twine’s software uses algorithms with the goal of aiding companies in determining internal candidates to fill open positions in hopes of increasing employee retention and reducing the cost of new hires.

5 Leadership Rules That Will Make You a Winner

During an election season or a corporate crisis, the word “leadership” is used probably more than any other: as a prescription for better government, long-lasting prosperity, or higher profits. So if you’re a manager or executive leading the charge, what are the unwritten rules to achieving these best outcomes every single time in the worst of times? Here are five.