Tag: employee appreciation

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Gratitude

Business leaders are resorting to a variety of measures to offset the “Great Resignation” trend, including offering pay raises and more flexible work schedules and expanding employee health and wellness programs. Yet, CNBC reports almost half of employees are looking for a new job or plan to soon. So, what else can managers do to […]

How Amy Mosher Moves the Needle Forward as an Employee Advocate

Amy Mosher has been involved in the field of global human resources for more than two decades. For our latest Faces of HR profile, we sat down with Amy to discuss how she got her start in the industry, her biggest influence, as well as her thoughts on trends and best practices for the HR […]

7 Ways to Improve Workplace 'Experience'

As we know, a good candidate experience is great for business, however, your “experience” efforts shouldn’t stop with the jobseeker. In order to retain top talent, you should also be focusing on improving the employee experience as well.

Saying ‘Thanks’ More Often May Help Retain Workers

While the candidate experience is important in the recruiting process, how you treat your workers once the “honeymoon phase” wears off is of vital importance. Many companies are focusing on the employee experience to help retain top talent, but what does this entail?

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Thanksgiving: A Time to Be Thankful for Good Employees

All too often, the employment law advice that we provide as practitioners focuses on issues that relate to problem employees. You know these folks—they’re the troublemakers, the harassers, the pot-stirrers, the chronically absent, and the habitually tardy. They’re the underperformers, the rule breakers, the constant complainers, the leave abusers, the policy violators, the workplace bullies, […]

Can You Improve Employee Morale in Just 7 Days?

According to Author Donna Cutting, you really can. Here at the Recruiting Daily Advisor, we talk a lot about how to get the best candidates, how to conduct interviews, and how to get them on board quickly and effectively. But the easiest way to conduct recruiting is to not have to recruit as often in […]

And the award for employee excellence goes to . . .

by Dan Oswald If you, like me, were one of the tens of millions of people who watched the Academy Awards Sunday night, you saw a celebration of excellence in a profession. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was founded in 1927. And, according to its website, “one of the first Academy committees […]

People are people

It’s always good to remember that people are people. In our society, we tend to put people on a pedestal. Athletes, actors, musicians, and even business executives are revered and idolized. Consider how Michael Jordan, George Clooney, Elvis Presley, and Steve Jobs are perceived. Elvis—only his first name is necessary—is still the second best-selling artist […]

The art of Thanksgiving

by Al Vreeland We’ve become a nation of firefighters. Not the heroic sort riding red trucks and saving lives, but the frenetic sort running from hot spot to hot spot, handling daily crises in order of priority. And we usually don’t take time to appreciate the people who help us. So as we belly up […]