It’s hard to overstate the importance of genuine employee engagement. Employees who are engaged at work often work harder and smarter; encourage others to do the same, whether by word or deed; are less likely to leave for a different job; and may even act as brand ambassadors, even while not on the clock.
In 2017, a few major companies like Microsoft, SAP, and JP Morgan Chase decided to create the Autism at Work Employer Roundtable to swap best hiring and workplace practices for employees with autism.
Are you in the market for new learning and development (L&D) software for your organization? According to users and expert ratings, the following software vendors appeared on multiple “best” workplace training and learning software lists from 2018.
Finding the right fit for an open position can be a high-stakes game. Hiring and recruitment costs are high enough. When the costs of turnover are factored in, though, it’s increasingly clear that making the wrong hiring decisions can become extremely costly.
By now, it’s no secret that the learning management system (LMS) global market is booming (it’s currently worth more than $5 billion) and projected to grow at exponential levels over the next decade. And as it grows, you can expect to see certain evolving trends, and you’ll want to make sure that you’re monitoring these […]
Do you employ workers with Autism? If not, you’re missing out on bunch of benefits these workers bring to the table.
Job site FlexJobs has identified the top 10 job categories that have had the most flexible job postings in its database so far in 2017. The list, which includes company names, provides insight for employers struggling with how – or whether – to offer flexible employment opportunities.
As employers strive to prevent bias and increase diversity, technology companies are developing solutions to provide assistance.
Not that long ago, corporate alumni figured prominently in a company’s recruitment strategy. In recent years, however, this talent pool has fallen off the radar somewhat, and employers may be losing out on what these candidates have to offer.
Business leaders who have completed digital transformation projects across their entire organization report significant increases in employee engagement compared to those with more limited initiatives.