Tag: business

interview

Best Practices for Hiring Via Video

In March, organizations around the country made the decision to send many employees home to work, thinking this would be a temporary situation—a few months at most. But now, as fall draws near, it’s clear that the situation has become far from temporary, with many employers—especially in the tech sector—indicating that employees will have the […]

succession

3 Ways to Improve Succession Planning in Your Organization

For many employers, risk management includes succession planning. One goal is to avoid or reduce business interruptions and maintain momentum toward achieving your objectives. Another goal is to avoid the unnecessary loss of knowledge and experience occurring when valuable personnel depart suddenly and unexpectedly.

remote

What Is Zoom Fatigue?

Have you heard the term “Zoom fatigue”? Even if you haven’t, there’s still a good chance you’ve experienced it lately. Zoom fatigue refers to the phenomenon of feeling inordinately exhausted and/or overwhelmed or stressed out after attending meetings via videoconference.

future

COVID and the Future of Talent Management

In a recent survey conducted by Paycor, business leaders were optimistic about the future. Nearly half expect the economy to bounce back, 96% received some form of government aid, and almost half are planning to hire full-time employees this year. And yet the suddenness and volatility of the moment are causing real anxiety.

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How Decentralization Could Lead to Increased Diversity in Tech

The racial reckoning of 2020 has forced nearly every major company and publicly traded entity to address the inequities within them and perpetuated by their activities. While Big Tech has responded with pledges to commit millions of dollars to diversity and inclusion funds and initiatives, it remains to be seen whether this money will have […]

learning

Digital Training Can’t Afford to Be Seen as a Luxury

COVID-19 forced many organizations to pivot to digital learning within a matter of days. In March, most thought they’d be offering instructor-led courses again in a few months. Now, we’ve realized COVID-19 isn’t going away—it’s our new normal.