5 Everyday Things You Can Do Now to Make Your Employees Feel Appreciated
Use these 6 Paragraphs to Say the Right Things About You
What Labor Day Could Mean to All of Us
What happens when your number one job candidate turns down your best offer? Here’s what happens: you’re suddenly breaking all speed records to reach back out to Finalists Two and Three (and maybe Four). But if they were so great, they may no longer be available. And if they’re no longer interested, you’re starting all over again, re-working your network for the same job. The repeat calls, emails, postings, conversations and negotiations cost you time, money and credibility.
The Right Way to Woo Your Competitor’s Rockstar Employees
Does your Office Design attract top candidates (or repel them)?
Who Moved the Remote?
It’s no secret that telecommuting is a growing trend across most industries. In fact, despite recent decisions by a handful of organizations like IBM to call their remote workforces back to the office, telecommuting, it seems, is here to stay.
I follow two studies that explore turnover in the IT world. The Tech Career Outlook report by Spiceworks, asks IT professionals how they feel about their jobs, workplace satisfaction, salaries and future prospects. The second, the Tech Leavers Study, conducted by the Kapor Center for Social Impact and supported by the Ford Foundation, begins with this provocative headline: “Unfairness-based turnover in tech is a $16B a year problem.”
We are kicking off our 4th Annual “Walk a Mile for a Smile” in an effort to raise awareness and donate to Smile Network International.
You’ve sifted through stacks of resumes. You’ve found that elusive, perfect specimen of a candidate. Even better, they’re just as interested in the job as you – and the hiring manager – are in them. Best of all, they ace their interviews, leaving their competition in the dust. Your client is happy. You’re happy. And you pull together a great offer. It’s all systems go.