Yesterday’s post covered how you can better vet recent college grads. Below is more information about how you can mold them into high performers once they’re a part of your organization.
Tag: employee development
It’s not uncommon for companies to promise professional development to job applicants during the hiring process. Employee growth programs carry enormous value and are often a given in bigger, more developed companies. They stem from organizational culture and values, take years to build, and have dedicated HR teams that refine them on a daily basis.
Last year, 74% of employers claimed that they were going to hire recent college graduates. And you can expect this to remain a trend in 2018, too, as competition to acquire new and progressive talent will continue in coming years.
We’ve been talking recently about the subject of employee discipline—arguably one of the least-comfortable aspects of any manager’s job. In a previous post, we talked about the importance of having clear policies for employees so that they know what type of actions and behaviors are counter to company policy, as well as what the consequences […]
Multitasking is often viewed and held up as a positive for professionals. We see those who multitask as able to successfully juggle multiple important tasks at once and, importantly, handle them all effectively and efficiently. But many observers in fields from business management to human resources to medicine argue that we should have a much […]
In yesterday’s article, we discussed what the career constellation is and how it represents a new paradigm in career trajectory. One that focuses on the lifelong compilation of experiences, capabilities, and skills instead of the old straight-line progression of job or role.
It’s hard to find a hotter topic among business and HR leaders than the “future of work.” The uncertainty surrounding the full impact of cognitive technologies, Robotic Process Automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and machine learning has many speculating about the impact on workers, given the opportunity for replacement.
Training and retaining effective leaders for your organization is much more important than you might think, especially in a workforce where approximately 70% of employees are actively disengaged. Not convinced? Here are some shocking statistics to consider:
While we’d all love to work in an environment where everyone gets along and everything always runs smoothly, the reality is that conflict and disputes are a regular part of life in any organization. Shared resources— human and nonhuman—get scarce, priorities differ, and differences of opinion over the appropriate goals of the organization and how […]
Continued from yesterday’s post, here are more tips for training, engaging, and developing your employees in an era of distractions and big data.