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Maslow’s Hierarchy of (Work): Discover Professional Development

Last week we introduced how Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs can be used by HR departments to help understand what employee's need in order to achieve ...
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How Does Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Apply to your HR Department?

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs establishes a hierarchy of basic human needs. Maslow’s table prioritizes, in ascending order, the fundamental means of survival — food, clothing, shelter, safety — as they progress to the more sophisticated, intangible necessities for achieving internal growth — a sense of belonging, self-esteem, self-actualization. As an individual moves up the pyramid, they become more social and productive; each need contributes further to the individual’s full growth and potential. The same concept can also be applied to the workplace. What are the basic elements your organization needs to provide for your employees to successfully complete their duties, and what will you need to further provide in order to maximize individual contribution to the company and increase overall employee satisfaction?
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How Modern HR Technology Makes a Difference in Finding Great Employees

It’s a fact: finding and keeping great employees is challenging. 82% of business leaders don’t believe their companies recruit highly talented people, and of those that do, only 7% believe they can retain them. So, how do you recognize who’s a long-term A Player? What determines their aptitude for greatness within a specific organization? It’s not always about the candidates who stand out in interviews. Selecting and nurturing quality candidates goes beyond the interview process. Here’s how to pinpoint the specific traits of great employees, how modern HR technology simplifies the process, and how HR tech can help effectively onboard and retain your A players:
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10 Unique Candidate Screening Questions You Should Always Ask

We know you’ve seen them. The plethora of blogs, whitepapers, articles, and ebooks with advice about interviewing candidates. There are “how to’s,” “do’s and don’ts,” and, of course, “best practice” resources saturating the internet. Their titles insinuate that the interview process should be simple, so long as you follow a predetermined number of “quick and easy steps.”
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The Difference Between Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity is inviting people to the party, but inclusion is asking them to dance. Diversity and inclusion are often used synonymously, but that's a common mistake.
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Automate Your Interviewing Practices for Successful Hiring

When the job market is competitive, as it is now, candidates start making judgments about prospective employers from the moment they visit your career site. It’s no longer just about the candidate trying to stand out in a sea of applicants and wanting to make a good impression on you and your hiring team.
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15 Reasons Why Technology is Crucial to Diversity Hiring

Diversity hiring is hiring based on ensuring the process and procedure is free from bias based on age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and other personal characteristics that are irrelevant to their job performance.
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