As GE’s Jack Welch said, “Hiring great people is brutally hard.” According to Harvard Business Review, a surprising number of managers get it wrong, resulting not only in lost dollars but in lost opportunities to hire the best talent. This is because some leaders don’t put the same strategic thought and time investment into recruiting … Read More »
The recruitment industry has adopted LinkedIn as its the primary source of information. The professional website is used by 95% of global recruiters, so it’s important to maximize the impact of your profile.
If you are a small or medium-sized business that may be seeking new employees, it’s also important to remember that many job-hunters follow … Read More »
Mental health prevention, and support are key factors in all workplace environments. In the past mental health stigma has kept people quiet, living in agony, pain, depression while maintaining or taking absence from their jobs. This stigma around mental health at work, impacts both employers and employees.
Today, we support the mental health campaign launched by … Read More »
“What I Learned on My Disney Vacation” is an interesting read drawing out conclusions regarding fairness and equality in all areas of ones life.
The article discusses how people’s reactions to perceptions of fairness are more important than the physical realities of their life and conditions of the society they live in. The article’s points to … Read More »
When a new generation enters the workplace, it can be the source of worry and skepticism, so it’s not surprising there is some watercooler discussion about the latest cohort on the cusp of earning a livelihood – Generation Z.
Already, in one recent poll, 36% of managers thought Gen Z would be harder to manage, and … Read More »