Sun.Apr 16, 2017

3 Keys to Building a Collaborative Relationship with Hiring Managers

ClearCompany HRM

The relationship between a recruiter and hiring manager is an interesting one. Both roles are a necessity to making a strategic and suitable hire, yet it’s not uncommon to struggle with finding the right balance when searching for talent. Recruiting & Sourcing

Recruit Better: Employee Discount Programs and Taxes

HR Bartender

Here on HR Bartender, we’ve talked about the partnerships HR needs to have in the organization with finance, risk management, and marketing…just to name a few. One very important partnership that we haven’t spent much time covering is the partnership between human resources and payroll.

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The impact of good and bad onboarding experiences

Ceridian

Paul Jelinek – Director of Product Management, Ceridian. As a recent new hire at Ceridian, I’ve gained a whole new appreciation for everything that goes into bringing a new person into an organization.

Continuing Education & Technology: Equipping Your People to Tackle the Future

Everwise

Robotics, artificial intelligence, and other technological advances are changing the business world. It is easy to say that people need to keep learning throughout their careers to stay ahead of the technology curve. However, the practicalities of this can be daunting. This is evident in The Economist’s f i n d i n g that on-the-job training is shrinking.

When Social Media Meets Employer Branding: Your Guide to Doing it Right

A strong and authentic online presence can mean big things for your company’s employer brand—from driving employee engagement to showing potential candidates how awesome your culture is. We created this quick and easy guide to help get you started.

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Know Your Culture, Show Your Culture [#MMCCon]

WorkXO

WorkXO and 5:00 Films & Media are partnering to explore the intersection of culture and video in a new project for associations, launching at ASAE's MM&C Conference in Washington DC on May 2-3.

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Reflective Practice for Career and Personal Development

EmployeeConnect

What is Reflective Practice? The simplest definition of Reflective practice is reflecting or thinking about your actions. It is similar to the concept of learning from one’s experience, where one reflects on what he or she did, what happened, and take a decision in future based on the learnings from the experience, as to how he or she would do things differently the next time. It is part of basic human psychology to reflect on what has happened.

Don't Be Afraid of Homework

WorkXO

Homework sounds like a drag, but it is a critical part of doing culture work--and of leadership in general, for that matter. So ask yourself, are you willing to do what it takes to be a leader

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Interactive Quiz: What Does Your Desk Say About You?

Get Hppy

On any given workday, how often do you let your eyes ( and brain ) wander?

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Creating the Ideal Candidate Experience

Modern job seekers have high expectations when applying for jobs. Download Newton’s guide for creating the ideal candidate experience to learn how you can attract top candidates and drive them to apply to your positions.

Staff Underperformance: Cause, Effect and Solution

CakeHR

Staff underperformance has a wide-spread knock on effect within any organisation; from decreasing team morale to losing business and ultimately money. The simplest of reasons could be causing staff underperformance and sometimes the simplest of solutions can make all the difference. I confess, I‘ve been an underperformer at certain points during my career I confess, I‘ve been an underperformer at certain points during my career and after taking time to look back and assess what caused me to.

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I had a fling with my new boss’s then-husband, my team isn’t using the gift cards I gave them, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I had a one-night fling with my new boss’s then-husband. The company I work for is going through a merger with two others. Some people have taken retirement, but other than that no one has been let go. Locations and departments are changing, and people are moving around and being promoted. I am about to have a new boss. We have a history. I used to work with my new boss’s husband. We had a one-night fling and somehow she found out.

How to Overcome Challenges in Travel and Expense Management?

Empxtrack

Today, business travel has become a common thing. Global expansion of a business significantly increases travel expenses for the company. Increase in Travel and Expense Spending.

Embracing a New Business Strategy or Tool? Don't Forget About Culture

Cornerstone On Demand

If there's one thing for certain in today's business world, it's change. Technological migration, global expansion and shifting business models are commonplace in today's economy, and harnessing these disruptive trends requires big ideas and strategic execution. Yet, one important aspect to consider as your company embraces large-scale overhauls remains widely disregarded (even while it sinks the best of us): company culture.

The definitive guide to choosing the right applicant tracking system

Choosing an applicant tracking system should be exciting, not confusing. We've developed a quick guide to everything you should look for while going through your selection process, to free you from the stress often associated with choosing a new ATS.

Business Intelligence Methods HR Departments Should Leverage

HR C-Suite

Human resource personnel have a monumental task. It's their responsibility to hire, retain, and handle all affairs related to company employees. According to one estimate, 46% of new hires quit within 18 months. Issues like this fall on HR since recruiting and hiring costs the company money.

Get Tagged !!

Everyday People

Do you remember playing Tag when you were a kid? I think every child since the dawn of time has played Tag at least one time.

Outside Magazine & REI Team up for "XX Factor" Issue

i4cp

To celebrate the many achievements of women on all fronts, Outside and REI have teamed up to put out the May 2017 issue of Outside that features (and is put together almost entirely by) women.