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How Focusing on Employee Experience is the Key to Engagement

Employee experience is one of those terms that’s just now gaining some traction in talent acquisition discussions, and some people in the industry ...
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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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10 Mind-blowing Statistics on Performance Reviews and Employee Engagement

Employees are constantly looking to improve themselves and are looking for timely, specific and helpful feedback. Don’t use the annual performance review as your only opportunity to tell your employees what's working and what's not. Daniel Pink, the Washington D.C.-based author says, "There's no way to get better at something you only hear about once a year."
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ClearCompany is Award-Winning, In Every Way

We are excited to announce that ClearCompany was recently named one of the Best Places to Work by Boston Business Journal, and we’re so honored. Just recently we won the Best HR Management Suite Software from G2 Crowd, which was amazing, and are now overwhelmingly amazed to be named and one of Boston’s Best Places to Work. We’ve worked hard to be the best. Our software has proven itself and now our team can have a well-deserved celebration, because it is their work that has helped us achieve this honor. It has become clear that as our platform has evolved and grown into an industry powerhouse, our workplace and team have also grown into a cultural force to be reckoned with.
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7 Tips to Straighten Out the Kinks in Your Employee Onboarding Process

It costs a lot of money to replace an employee. In fact, depending on job level and industry it can cost over 30% of an employee’s annual salary to replace them. That number climbs exponentially for highly educated executive level positions and that’s just the monetary costs! Losing a new hire reflects poorly on a company’s Quality of Hire metrics and sends a ripple effect through the recruitment, hiring and management practices of the company. Let’s not forget the impact it has on employee engagement and morale.
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Professionals Share Their Thoughts on Employee Engagement

Employee engagement, the vital organ to the workplace. Without it companies face many roadblocks. Those roadblocks? Higher turnover rates, lower productivity and more dissatisfied employees. A shocking 60% of employees lack the elements needed to be highly engaged in the workplace. How do we harness the power of employee engagement for the better good of our workforce (and company)? Professionals in the industry weighed in to tackle that very question, not from a software or platform perspective, but from the viewpoint of practical ideas that all of us can implement tomorrow.
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The Link Between Employer Branding and Employee Engagement

Employers have lots of concepts to juggle. Time-to-fill, return on investment, employer branding, turnover, engagement. Sometimes these concepts bleed together, and sifting through them for the right plan of action can be difficult. But while these concepts can be repeated so often they lose their meaning, when they all click, when those crucial links between ideas are made, they can make for better decision-making.
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