Have you heard the term “talent intelligence”? Talent intelligence, as the name implies, is the process of collecting, analyzing, and using information about your market’s talent pool, both at your organization and in competing organizations. This type of information helps a company better understand the available talent pool and make data-based decisions. Having good data […]
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Creating, maintaining, and updating your organization’s Web presence is not typically HR’s job, but the HR team should have a vested interest in how the website looks and functions and how well it coordinates with the rest of the company’s online presence.
As organizations around the world begin to reopen, there are many things you need to do to ensure employees stay safe and healthy. One of these is to implement contact tracing.
Who would have thought that during a global pandemic, businesses would be looking to relocate or branch out in different countries? Well, according to over 80% of respondents in a new report, these businesses are now considering expanding their workforces by looking outside of their boards to find talent.
Every day, we go to work expecting to be able to do our jobs without harassment or unneeded stress. Unfortunately, not everyone is granted that opportunity. In fact, there were over 26,000 reports of workplace harassment in 2018 alone. Obviously, a problem exists.
Giving appropriate feedback to employees can help them meet performance expectations and let them know they’re doing well. This can, in turn, help keep motivation and satisfaction levels up.
Boomerang employees are those who leave, decide the grass wasn’t greener elsewhere after all, and want to come back.
A growing organization indicates not only bigger profits but also rapidly increasing job responsibilities for people working behind it. It’s not enough to recruit more people to do various tasks; it’s important to employ more HR staff to support your new hires.