50+ Insights into Good Employer Qualities

An increase in revenue, better performance, a larger talent pool and more engaged employees are just a few of the benefits of being a great employer. According to SHRM, 88% of U.S. employees reported overall satisfaction with their current job. This is the highest level of employee satisfaction we’ve seen in over a decade, and there are well-defined reasons behind this. Is satisfaction not your company’s strong point? Read on to discover how you can cultivate a greater level of happiness.

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Talent Management, Company Culture, Candidate Experience

5 Best Practices to Keep in Mind when Building a Diverse Workforce

The following article discussing workforce diversity was originally published in October of 2015. It has since been updated to reflect new and improved statistics on building a diverse workforce as of October 2017. For more information about any of the topics mentioned, take a look at these related articles:

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Company Culture, diversity hiring

45+ Elements of Company Culture to Include in Your Strategy

Company culture is essential to the identity of your business and defines the environment in which employees work. It incorporates a variety of elements including work environment, values, company mission, ethics, expectations and goals.

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Company Culture

3 Benefits All Generations Value in The Workplace

There are as many posts about generational differences in the workplace as there are 17-year-olds at Starbucks discussing Game of Thrones battle strategies (dragons? no-dragons?). Friends, if you don’t know, that number is pretty big. So, today I thought I would flip the script and talk about what workers of all generations actually value. Specifically, what benefits make all generations want to follow their own Jon Snow (CEO) into a battle with the White Walkers.

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Attracting Talent, Company Culture

How to Return From Vacation Without The Stress

Coming back to work after a vacation is difficult. Whether your vacation involved traveling the world or relaxing in your own backyard, getting back to the hustle and bustle of deliverables, emails and phone calls is a shock to the system. Did you know 55% of American workers surveyed left vacation days unused in 2015? While many factors are probably to blame, 37% of American workers claim returning to a mountain of work as the top reason for not taking time off. However, taking a vacation helps relieve stress, refreshes your mind and body and leads to better productivity. In a recent survey, 73% of people that don’t take time off reported they experience more stress at work.

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Company Culture

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