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When Measuring Performance Management Begins to Hurt More than Help

Performance management is a vital part of the employee experience. When done correctly, performance reviews should motivate employees to improve ...
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How Modern is Your Recruiting Process?

In the recruiting industry, competitive advantage is everything. From the perspective of candidates and top talent, the way you communicate to the technology you use to recruit sets your business apart from your competitors. They help candidates weed out who’s who in the industry, and what companies they could see themselves working for in the future.
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HR Supercharged: How Modern Tech is Changing Work

Recently, we evaluated the findings of Bersin by Deloitte’s High-Impact HR research. Technology has made quite the impact on both what tools are being used in modern HR departments, as well as what features and functionality users expect. Take, for example, the Cloud. In a 2014 IDG survey, only 24% of enterprise organizations migrated or planned to migrate HR functions/applications to the Cloud. However, it is now estimated that over half of enterprises will rely on cloud-based or hybrid platforms for HR by 2020.
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5 Reasons to Consider Implementing Flextime

Thanks to technology, it’s now easier than ever to connect with your friends, family and coworkers with nothing more than a mobile device and an internet connection. With less need for the amenities of a traditional office, comes less need for the traditional 9-5 work schedule. One survey of marketing and advertising executives found that 76% of companies offered some form of flexible work arrangement. There are more than a few reasons a company might incorporate work-flex and remote options within their employment structure. The benefits, in most cases, outweigh the challenges. Of course, “flexible” takes on different meanings based on the needs and structure of the business.
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The 4 Proven Pillars of an End-To-End Talent Management Solution

Your recruitment team has a pretty obvious goal: source, hire and retain the best talent that will grow with and support the company. What isn’t so obvious is just how that team gets to the end goal. There isn’t a simple, one-size fits all answer, but there are solid solutions to common problems and barriers. We used to turn to multiple tools to hire and manage our teams, but this often proves inefficient. Gone are the days where siloed solutions effectively stand on their own.
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10 Recruiting Mistakes You Have to Read to Believe!

Whether you’ve been a jobseeker in the past or have worked with other recruiters both in and out of your company, chances are you’ve had your fair share of not-so-friendly circumstances. Even the best recruiters and hiring managers make mistakes, but what’s important is making sure you take the steps necessary to treat candidates with respect and dignity.
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Do Your Performance Improvement Plans Cover These Bases?

Performance management is an essential part of employee development and company success. It takes careful planning, tracking and analyzing to help employees achieve their goals. An employee gets hired because a hiring manager believes they are the best person for the job; the expectation is not that an employee will fail. Unfortunately, performance doesn’t always go as planned.
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