Tag: HR professionals

Brand

Employer Branding Strategies for the COVID Era

The employer brand is an essential component of your recruiting and talent acquisition process. A company’s brand helps define the type of culture that’s in place and showcases what it’s like to work there. A strong brand is vital for attracting top talent, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, is branding as important as it […]

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5 Ways to Keep Morale High as Offices Start to Reopen

Change can be difficult to manage, even when it’s carefully planned out. There are so many stakeholders in both large and small organizations that it can be difficult for HR departments to keep incentives aligned while making major changes to the business.

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HR Problems: Drinking While Working from Home

With many Americans still working from home during self-isolation, our everyday habits have drastically changed in order to accommodate our new daily routines. For some, this may mean waking up a few minutes later or perhaps juggling work and homeschooling the children, but others are using this newfound freedom as reason to have an alcoholic […]

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Recruiting the Class of 2020 Won’t Be the Same Due to COVID-19

Congrats to the class of 2020! On behalf of everyone everywhere, we want to be the first to apologize for how your final year of school ended! Graduation ceremonies have been canceled, and you won’t get the same experience of walking onto the stage and getting your diploma handed to you, but fear not: You’ll […]

Recruitment

Virtual Recruitment Is Here—Are You Prepared?

Raise your hands if you’re working from home! We’re going to assume most of you raised your hands. Now, raise your hands if you were prepared to implement an entirely virtual recruiting process at your company or organization in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic?

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4 Ways COVID-19 Has Impacted Collective Action

As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc around the globe, one of the top concerns is what constitutes an essential worker or business. Those are critical specifics to iron out, and national and regional leaders have weighed in to clarify. Most say necessary work can continue, as long as employers take precautions to keep people safe.