Five Interesting Facts About Google’s New Job Board

In May, Google announced it was entering the hiring game by launching Google Jobs.   The Google job board appears whenever someone enters a search query in Google that is clearly job related.  For example,

By |Talent Management|

How to Create a Work Environment that Attracts Quality Workers

There are a lot of companies today trying to attract quality workers in their field. One of the most important aspects of success in any company is hiring the best workers possible. There are many

By |Company culture, Talent Management|

Find Out the Sweet Spot for Cognitive HR

Many experts agree on the fact that workplace has changed but HR methods mostly remain the same. The reason is outdated policies and tools used HR professionals that don’t meet the needs of the personnel

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How To Align Your People Plan With Business Objectives

It all starts with strategic context. Without clarity around the strategy of the organization, creating a "plan for people" and defining the role of talent management is not only difficult, it's impossible. Your people plan

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5 Recruitment Trends for 2017

According to a Jobvite research, HR professionals report it's becoming increasingly difficult to fill open positions, and 65% of recruiters claim that talent shortage represents the biggest challenge in hiring. Namely, as the labor market

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Effective Mentoring Practices And How To Implement Them

When we take a look at the challenges facing most organizations today we see an aging workforce, talent shortages, lack of succession development, lack of leadership talent, disengaged employees, and a mobile work force where

As an HR How Do You Manage an Unsatisfied Employee?

When you are an HR executive, you are expected to don many hats. One of the biggest challenges is keeping your company out of legal battles and knowing the role of human factors in production

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Is “Being Predictable” Essential For Remarkable Success?

You've heard these types of comments before as descriptors of an individual who attracts a positive rating from leadership and is viewed as someone with potential to go further in the organization. "He can be

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Accountability in the Workplace and How it Ties into Employee Engagement

Companies have been investing resources into raising the engagement of their employees for years, but despite their best efforts, many of these companies just don’t see the results they were hoping to achieve. In some

By |Employee engagement, Talent Management|

Why You Should Discuss “Proud Employee Moments” In Performance Reviews

Performance reviews don’t enjoy a great reputation. Employees dread them, managers hate conducting them and, generally, they don’t appear to be effective. In fact, 78% of HR managers say their annual performance review doesn’t improve

By |Employee recognition, Talent Management|