When Hiring for Culture Fit, Make Sure You Aren’t Sacrificing Diversity

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In 2015, the Harvard Business Review published tips on hiring for culture fit – less than a year later, the publication featured an article warning that hiring for culture fit can thwart a company’s diversity efforts. Diversity also impacts a company’s bottom line.

Seven Steps to Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion Metrics

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When it comes to this concept, the success of diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs is no different. A lot of D&I practitioners may gleefully note that there is no lack of metrics in the diversity and inclusion space—but which will move the needle on performance? Magazines, consulting companies, and a host of other groups use their own metric systems to determine who will get recognition awards and ascend to the top of their employer of choice lists.

3 Must-Read Digital HR and HR Tech Articles of September 2018

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The top articles of September feature a business case for onboarding automation, an article on the pipeline opportunity for diversity in tech, a piece on the importance of hiring for soft skills, and a video with our experts explaining what excites them about Organizational Network Analysis (ONA).

HR 3.0 Puts the “Human” Back in “Human Resources”

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As told to HC magazine , Willyerd says that if HR 1.0 There’s a big emphasis on diversity. Future-Proofing HR Through Integrated Mentorship, Recruiting and Retention Efforts. When companies release the next major version of software, it’s easy to mark the transition.

What Google, Adobe, and Cargill Changed About Their Performance Management Strategies

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It has been named the number one “Best Company to Work For” by both Fortune magazine and the Great Place to Work Institute a total of seven times. The company was able to cut voluntary turnover of employees by over 30%.

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How to manage millennials effectively and keep them engaged at work

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The workplace is now being led by ‘Millennials’ who do not have the same approach regarding work as Baby Boomers, Gen X and Y managers and rather than fight it we need to find a way to work with it to maximise productivity and retention. In my experience as an HR advisor having worked in a range of industries with a diverse client group, millennials need recognition and are confident they can climb the ladder, often more than is the norm in a workplace run by Baby boomers and Gen Xers.

A New Management Mindset: 6 Keys for Greater Staffing Stability

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Can you separate these toxic individuals from the new hires, or is it time to separate those individuals from the organization completely, if they are causing more employee turnover? Today’s workforce is extremely diverse not only in regards to race, religion, gender, generation, etc.