Category: Infographics

This topic includes any graphical representations of research, best practices, and other HR related content.

High-Performance Team Maintenance in a Remote World (Infographic)

The world of remote work has brought with it all kinds of new models and approaches, as well as allowing opportunities to refine older strategies. We thought we would share with you an infographic that can help leaders understand how to operate high performing teams that work remotely.

Infographic: When Do Job Titles Matter?

When it comes to posting job ads, using generic job titles yield a higher number of applicants. Why is that? Because jobseekers are searching for titles they know, like Marketing Manager or Truck Driver. If you’re using trendy titles that align with your company culture, and nothing else, good luck getting candidates in the door.

Unusual Behavior in the Workplace: What to Ask to Minimize Legal Risk

When an employee is acting “strangely,” a supervisor or manager might innocently ask him or her questions that could lead to legal liability for your company. When it comes to managing mental health in the workplace, it’s important to train supervisors and managers on how to engage with an employee whose behavior is affecting job […]

Transforming Talent Acquisition in 2020 (Infographic)

The way you recruit talent in 2020 will need to change if you want to stand out among your competition. It starts with HR and IT departments collaborating to digitize the application process. As we know, most jobseekers have turned to their mobile devices to search and apply for jobs, and if your application process […]

Traits of a Good Manager (Infographic)

We talk a lot about what skills or traits your workers need in order to help your organization succeed, but what about the people that lead these workers? A good or bad manager can make or break your team’s success, so what should you be looking for when hiring and developing your managers?

Top Tips for Asking Great Questions (Infographic)

Whether you’re in the C-suite or an entry-level role, knowing how to ask great questions improves your creative thinking and demonstrates your listening and comprehension skills. It also shows that you are engaged and eager to learn, says Barbara Davidson—a Senior Content Writer and financial guru for NetCredit.