Category Archives: Retention

Transparency Can Equate to Happier Employers

October 2, 2014   

Here’s another one of those buzz words in the workplace – transparency. It’s not just the work environment where we’re hearing it thrown around – we also hear it frequently from our elected officials, from the media, and from just about anyone in a position of power. There’s a reason it’s a good word to […]

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Facing a Culture Problem? Take a Look at the 7 Steps to Turn It Around

September 30, 2014   

We just covered the top 7 red flags that may indicate there’s a corporate culture problem in your organization. If you’re an employee, as pointed out, it may be easy to see these red flags and share your complaints, but what if you’re the actual leader? Since corporate culture is generally believed to start at […]

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7 Signs Your Organization Has a Toxic Corporate Culture

September 30, 2014   

Think a negative or less than ideal corporate culture is meaningless? It’s not. You may have a small business and not even realize you have a corporate culture, but regardless of whether or not you recognize it, you undoubtedly have a culture, for the better or worse. Corporate culture encompasses so much of how employees […]

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Are Millennials Redefining How We View the Work Week?

September 24, 2014   

We’ve been hearing stories about the “flexible work week” from countries around the globe for quite some time. The concept of compressed work weeks is no longer for European countries now however, as Millennials lead the charge towards the concept of a more flexible work environment that starts with ending the concept of a 9 […]

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Thinking of Offering Telecommuting Options? Make It Work with These Tips While Avoiding Some Common Mistakes

September 24, 2014   

Telecommuting is one of those terms that’s on the tip of everyone’s tongues right now, from employees to employers. In our technologically-advanced world, telecommuting is bolstered by the availability of so many offerings from smartphones to Skype, and it’s a great talent management strategy, because it provides employees with a flexible work schedule, often a […]

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The Business of Wellness: Creating a Corporate Wellness Program That Works

September 22, 2014   

When we talk about some of today’s talent management and workplace buzzwords like flexibility and work-life balance, another topic that also comes up is the concept of a corporate wellness program. Employers are increasingly focusing on the creation and implementation of corporate wellness programs for a variety of reasons. Many of these reasons may focus […]

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Recruiting Trends You Should Know About

September 19, 2014   

If you’re interested in ramping up your recruiting efforts, you may want to take a page out of the book of some of the world’s top corporations, and incorporate one or more of these recruiting trends: Focusing on Your Employer Brand Building up a solid employer brand is quite possibly the biggest trend in recruiting […]

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Be a Leader When You Promote a Work-Life Balance

September 12, 2014   

Orbitz, National Instruments, Scottrade, Yahoo!, Chevron—what do all of these diverse companies have in common? A dedication to fostering a work-life balance for their employees. These are some of the companies recognized by Glassdoor.com for being in the top 25 corporations in terms of creating a work-life balance. Work-life balance is something we hear a […]

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Marketing to Millennials: Tips for Effectively Recruiting Through Social Media

September 12, 2014   

The influx of Millennials into the workforce is changing the way companies do business in every way, and that includes their recruiting methods. Social media offers extensive opportunities for attracting and recruiting the best talent, and it can be one of the top tools companies can use to remain competitive in terms of their talent […]

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Obtaining Value From the Exit Interview

September 12, 2014   

When an employee leaves a company, the exit interview, if it’s conducted at all, is probably hasty and is seen as more of a formality or technicality than an important part of the overall talent management strategy. If that’s the case, it’s time to rethink that view of the exit interview, and use it to […]

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