Tag: professionals

Women in Tech: 5 Crucial Lessons for Leading and Succeeding in the Tech Industry

According to McKinsey & Company, women made up only 20% of the tech workforce just before the pandemic. And that number looks to be ticking downward. A year into the pandemic, as many as 2.5 million women, versus 1.8 million men, were lost from the U.S. workforce. This turn of events could potentially set back […]

What Is Asynchronous Training?

One of the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to their training programs is taking a one-size-fits-all approach. All new hires are required to attend the same training, often in the same sessions, on the same schedule, and using the same materials, etc. The problem with this approach is that not all people learn […]

How COVID-19 May Be Deepening the Class Divide in America

In the year since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the working world has shifted much of its focus to the question of remote work. What was once a rare (and often coveted) opportunity for working professionals has become the new normal, creating a potential permanent standard for millions of Americans and exposing the struggles of adopting […]

surprise

Avoiding the Temptation of the ‘Ta-Da!’ Moment

Some people love surprises, especially when it relates to gifts. The anticipation of giving or receiving a special present reaches its climax when the much-anticipated gift is finally revealed. It’s the primary reason gift-givers spend so much time and money selecting and wrapping presents.

3 New Habits to Eradicate Meeting Madness and Improve Team Communication

Great teamwork is more essential now than ever. Today’s teams face increasingly complicated challenges, and their success is contingent on efficiently and effectively working together. In other words, the core fundamentals of group collaboration and proper “enabling conditions” can still give teams a competitive advantage.

ethics

Getting Your Talent Acquisition Team to Hire Ethically

Tina lied about her college degree, Bob lied about his work experience, and yet your hiring manager still gave them an offer anyway. Where do you draw the line on lying during the hiring process? And how do you make sure your entire hiring team has the same set of ethical standards as your company?

job

How to Write a Job Post in 2020

January is a boon time for recruiters. Following the winter holiday season, many employees embrace the new year to change jobs and embark on a fresh challenge.

hiring

Healthcare Hiring: Expert Shares 3 Tips for Successful Recruitment

Nursing jobs account for roughly 8% of job listings, finds new CareerArc research. This percentage is based on the vast number of job posts CareerArc distributes for its enterprise clients across a variety of industries, including health care, retail, hospitality, finance, technology, and more. For talent acquisition professionals who specialize in healthcare recruitment, we’ve got […]

The Lunch Hour Is Not What it Used to Be

OfficeTeam recently released a survey exploring the true nature of the lunch hour in America. The findings show a landscape where lunch breaks are shorter, fewer workers take them, and when they do, over half use it to surf the net or social media.